Unapologetic insolence from an aging subversive

Unapologetic insolence from an aging subversive

Thursday, 21 February 2013

Big Chooks






























There are worse things than sitting in the sun at 7am at Cunnamulla.

It's a balmy twenty something degrees, there's a gentle easterly wafting, and the light is gentler than it will be later in the day.

We're off to St George today - "we" being two newly-graduated therapists traveling with me beginning their careers supporting kids with disabilities in schools out here. Three hundred kilometers of pretty boring ten foot bitumen has to be negotiated before we get there.

Traveling with them is refreshing. It's great to see the world I've grown familiar with through younger eyes. They notice a lot of stuff I take for granted, like the families of emus (Cunnamulla chooks) we encountered yesterday near Wyandra.





5 comments:

cav said...

Is the horizon always like that in QLD?

1735099 said...

It's the well-known Wyandra effect caused by the unique magnetic field in the area.

Anonymous said...

Probably taking a right hander at a speed not comensurate with the driving conditions.

1735099 said...

You've got to be kidding - no bends (left or right) on this road.

Anonymous said...

Can only guess what was going on in the rear seat then.

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