Journeys

Birds and Brunch at Jerrabomberra Wetlands

Jerrabomberra Wetlands (www.jerrabomberrawetlands.org), 4 kilometres from Canberra’s city centre, is an area of pools, waterways and grasslands teeming with native and migrating birds. The former agricultural lands were regularly subject to flooding.  The filling of Lake Burley Griffin and the work of the Jerrabomberra Wetlands Trust has transformed them into a wonderful resource for Canberrans.Continue reading “Birds and Brunch at Jerrabomberra Wetlands”

Stories and articles in progress

Meanwhile, a long article about Revolutionary Paris is simmering away on the back burner, as are several stories originating from the novel I intended to write but didn’t when I was in France.

A novel

I’m currently working on a mystery/romance novella set on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela in Northern Spain. The narrative includes some contemporary events of June-July 2012: Spain’s borrowing of ten billion euros from the EU Central Bank, her win over Italy in European Cup, and the real-life theft and subsequent recovery of a medievalContinue reading “A novel”

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