When I first bought the van, I really did not know what to expect. But I liked the idea, the kids loved the idea. It made them think of the Mystery Machine from Scooby-Doo. So we bought it. The van was an instant hit. The kids could sit in different rows to help prevent fights. . . . → Read More: The Van is for Sale
The Muslims in Xian, who are officially known as the Hui ( 回族, حُوِ ذَو) people, have quite a different appearance and culture from the generic stereotype of a muslim in the west. Still they Follow their own version of the muslim faith and use Arabic writing in a Chinese world. The food they have . . . → Read More: Photo Mondays – 2012 April 30 – The Xian Muslims
It is World Youth Day 2008 and Catholics from all over the world are walking across the Sydney Harbour Bridge. The hallowed game of cricket is played in the early morning on this most unusual of locations.
This image is available as a print or as a Mug on Deviant Art. Click on the image . . . → Read More: Photo Mondays – 2012 April 23 – Cricketing Mug
A bit of an experiment. My furst iPhone 4 case on Red Bubble. I am pleased with the result.
My third great grandfather, James Blackman, had a farm located between Richmond, NSW and the River on the flood plain. I think it is this property that he is offering for sale. I have stood next to the lagoon.
The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser Sunday 29 May 1808 . . . → Read More: James Blackman sells some land