Monthly Archives: March 2016

Housekeeping is a Friday afternoon thing

The albatross, I like to think of it as My Albatross, is doing some housekeeping.  It is that time of the week.  Friday afternoon.  The day is done, the week’s work is done, or at least as done as it … Continue reading

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Coming live to your screens

In this age of reality TV, usually based on a completely false premise like competitive cooking, might I commend to you RoyalCam: For those who don’t know, NZ has the only mainland breeding site of the Royal Albatross. Perched on … Continue reading

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Autumn has arrived

Autumn has arrived.  “What happened to summer?”  I find myself asking. With only me to answer, it seems like lots. Firstly, due to timing of a minor operation on my finger, I could no swimming for much for the first 2 … Continue reading

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Flying the flag

It is interesting observe a renewed round of opinions on the purpose and therefore significance of a national flag. Had discussion on the role of a flag in a modern democracy taken place before the design process started, NZ may well … Continue reading

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