Jigija Fire Training Program

I learned all about Aboriginal Cultural burning practices up in the Gulf of Carpentaria. You can read all about it at www.jigija2018.wordpress.com

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Samoa

I visited Samoa and you can read all about my adventures at the blog www.samoa2018.wordpress.com

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A day in Bendigo

The first people to discover gold in 1851 in Bendigo were Mrs Margaret Kennedy and Mrs Julia Farrell, wives of workmen on the Ravenswood run. Bendigo had 5,600 gold mines and produced 700,000kg of gold, making it the richest gold field in the 19th Century and it still ranks 7th in the world today. The good news is that there is still plenty of gold out there.

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Tree Change

It has been a very long time since the last blog post and a lot has happened this year so to bring you up to speed read on people.

The biggest news is that Michael and I finally managed to buy our own home. It is a special place in a sleepy gold town called Tarnagulla. Most people don't know much about this part of the world so
click here to get more info.

This is a picture of our house.

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Crack a Fat

I am performing in Crack a Fat Circus on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st, January 2012 at the Mebla Spiegeltent at the Docklands.

Book now as tickets will sell out fast. Check it out!
http://www.midsumma.org.au/events-calender/icalrepeat.detail/2012/01/20/1451/-/john-henry-presents-crack-a-fat-circus

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