A drive home

Here is an accelerated video of part of my drive home from Warburton to Jameson.
The drive was a few days after some rain so it was very green.

Watch out for the truck

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George Tambassis, Pharmacy Guild President interviews Robbo

If you follow the blog you would know the Pharmacy Guild President, George Tambassis, came and visited me a few weeks ago and he wrote this piece on The Challenges of Bush Pharmacy

As well as that piece George also interviewed me. See the agonising the seven and a half minutes below.

George Tambassis, Pharmacy Guild President interviews Robbo

Zebra finches in the heat

It’s been hot this summer in outback Australia. Our average this month will be 5C more than the usual January average at about 44C.

The animals out here are really feeling it. Especially the bird life. My veranda has become a refuge mainly for zebra finches but also a few budgies and other birds. Half a dozen finches are dying each day along with a peregrine falcon, an immature crow and owl and a few budgies. There are owls flying into my trees through daylight as the trees in my yard have thicker leaf cover than those in the bush without a drop to drink.

I have a veranda around three sides of the house with masses of zebra finches along two sides. Here’s a short video with the zebra finches in one corner taking off when my troopie goes past and a second flight when the dingo runs up to the veranda.

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