So something rather tragic happened as of late. No, nothing absolutely tragic- but still…. A few months ago, the ‘F’ button on my mini Bluetooth keyboard died. I learned to live with it, and life went on. But last night, no doubt due to severe over-squishing during transportation, half the letters on my keyboard decided to no longer work.
I tried to type a few paragraphs, going back and inserting every missing ‘A’, ‘S’, ‘D’, ‘F’ and ‘G’ that was missing, but it was starting to feel like I was on a fast track to the local psych ward. So for the sake of my mental health, I’m ditching the keyboard and using it as an opportunity to develop my photography skills instead…
But first. A little backtracking. We were reunited with our bubs and set off once again from the red letterbox. A very cruisy part of the trail indeed….
Getting to know Canberra…
Little did I know that once we got to Canberra, we would be hanging around for over a week. Well, we HAD been warned. There had been a monstrous amount of rain, causeways were flooded, campgrounds were closed, and the way through NamAdgi National Park was blocked by the flooded Naas river. We would just have to wait for the weather to fine up a bit and the rivers to recede. So…. What does one do in Canberra in such a situation??
Visit the museUm…
Catch up on homeschooling ….
Get Saddles checked and refitted….
Feed up the bubs….
Feed up the humans….
See the sights…..