Rain

Outing #39: The wet Season is finally here

Means I get to collect runoff from the tents’ fly for drinking water because I’m too lazy to walk to the creek, and because brown rainwater isn’t so bad once you’re used to the gritty bits.

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The Rainforest Journal: Outing #19 – Day 6 & 7

(Wednesday 28-January-2015) Day 6 It irks me a little that I’ve a gap between Day 2 and this post, but what can you do? I have some photos from these days but owing to the bad weather they were pretty uneventful as concerns animals Anyway. IT NEVER RAINS, ONLY POURS. The rain has not stopped […]

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The Rainforest Journals: Outing 15 – Day 7

Storms, Currawong and a young Lyrebird practices his singing.

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The Rainforest Journals: Outing #15 – Day 2

Featured Image Monday, 1st December 2014 @11:43am Whether there was Possum activity last night or not I don’t know because I fell asleep before they visited – if indeed they did. Of course it was raining all night so hearing them approach – with the usual crunchy footsteps – was not possible since the ground […]

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The Rainforest Journal: Outing #15 – Day 1

(Sunday 30-November-2014) @4:45pm Alright I’m here, and although I won’t be writing a full monolog every day I have to mention that there are no rat-chewed holes in the tent at all this time. It’s also started raining so that’s nice; nothing like the surround-sound patter of rain-drops tapping at the tent fly, and I’ve […]

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