Trekking With the T-K Couple

Mambray Creek
Southern Flinders Stop-over or Stay

[Last year, the T-K Couple camped in the Southern Flinders at Mambray Creek; just a few hours by car from Adelaide and one of the beautiful sites often overlooked as travellers journey north.

Many thanks to Mohamad Al Karbi for giving me the opportunity to share the T-Team’s adventures in South Australia.]

On this overcast spring day, we journeyed along Port Wakefield Road; our destination Mambray Creek in the Southern Flinders Ranges which is about a three-hour drive from Adelaide. Market gardens, car yards, paddocks and the occasional hotel flitted left and right of us, and we reminisced our ventures into the Flinders Ranges.

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Black Mountain Open Space Park California

Firstly, I want to reach out and thank Mohamad for allowing me this opportunity to be an “Around the World” guest author on his blog. This has been truly an honor.

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T-Team Series — Mt. Sonder

The Waves of Mount Sonder

G’day, Lee-Anne Marie here from Australia. First of all, heartfelt thanks to Mohamad Al Karbi who has offered the opportunity to post the T-Team adventure series for all to enjoy travel in Australia.

In this episode, the T-Team admire the wonder of Mt Sonder in the MacDonnell Ranges; scenery that inspired famous indigenous artists such as Albert Namatjira, and also artists like me. The challenge, to rise early enough to capture the sunrise on Mt. Sonder.

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iA Writer

iAWriter-00This is not a sponsored post. I just loved this application and I think bloggers might love it too.

I talked earlier about Markdown – Please refer to Formatting our posts. I noticed that there are a lot of people use HTML in formatting the posts.

When you want to write, I assure you that you can do it using any application: Notes applications, MS Word, Apple Pages, Google Docs, or even a text file.

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Wish I can do more to support them

The ex-husband of a close friend of mine has passed away few days ago. He left wonderful children behind filled with pain and sorrow. In order to support the kids (this might mean a lot to them), I’m posting this here for those interested in:

  1. Writing condolence on The Obituary Page (https://forestfuneralhome.com/tribute/details/15384/Jason-Laing/obituary.html)
  2. Attending the Celebration of Life or just stop in – Friday at: McKay Park, Toronto (detailed address is at the link above).

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