On the way to Uluru, a mesa rises from the plains—Mount Conner. Mysterious, and seemingly inaccessible, yet the manager of Curtain Springs Station granted the T-Team permission to explore this rise above the terrain.
I noticed on our trip to Central Australia in 2013, Mount Conner tours were available.
Again, many thanks to Mahamad Al Karbi for offering the opportunity to share my outback Aussie adventures on his site.
This topic is too huge to be discussed in one post. These are quick notes only in a simple way:
I apologize in case this post doesn’t fit well into this blog or its readers’. I’d like to consider it as a message from a loyal customer to Microsoft in a hope they stop their stupidity!
I’m not going to talk about the applied limitations on Outlook.com and OneDrive (such as, quotas and bandwidth) in favor of paid Office365. I also won’t mention that Cortana forces the use of MS Edge… I’ll just discuss a case about Bing:
Ladies and gentlemen,
it is an honor to be read by you this fine day. A big “thank you” goes to the owner of this site – Mohamad, who was gracious enough to invite me to write a guest post. My blog mainly consists of news related opinion pieces and creative writing, so I thought this post would be a nice change of scenery. Without further ado, I invite you to take a journey with me to Tunisia, a country which I visited over a decade ago, but still remember fondly.
G’day, Lee-Anne Marie here with more adventures from the T-Team. This time our safari into Central Australia way back in the distant past, 1981.
Many thanks to Mohamad Al Karbi for offering the opportunity to share the T-Team’s story.
This is my first time I share in WP one-word prompt contest. I thought of many words related to “dominant“.