The Central Australia Rural Practitioners Association has a yearly conference. This year, rather than holding it at Alice Springs it was held at Katherine.
The theme this year was ‘Child Health – A team effort‘
The change in conference location, or perhaps the topic seemed to have given it a new lease of life with a larger number of participants than usual. I didn’t go this year but asked someone who did attend what it was like.
This is the best conference summary I have ever heard.
‘Fraid I’m not good at conferences, too impatient.
Darwin was warm (32) & Katherine hot (36) & steamy (70%).
There was a rodeo on apparently, but it was obviously held a way out of town as we saw/heard nothing of it.
But we could smell the cows from time to time!
And we only saw 1 cowboy.
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