As sunflowers bloomed in Singapore glows, koi nestled fake pond shores as the butterflies flew restricted in caged walls. Having spent days (or maybe weeks) in airports over the past few years, the Singapore airport was something different. Something next level.
Returning from Tasmania, my mind pondered back to farming. Not just our family farm, but to the future of farming and how our nation’s technology and innovation improvements pushed people away from the land. Through the stories of hops and lamp lighters, it’s clear in my mind that improvements don’t always improve fairly. That many are displaced due to efficiencies, creating more burden upon other industries and often places.
Holidays in Tasmania provides a new chance to restore passion, finding clarity in what I’m trying to achieve in this Corporate Country life
This week was unlike many before- one of the first weeks since starting the blog that hasn't involved a motel room (although did involve a day trip to Sydney). The week started with a trip back to Nabiac for the markets, cutting firewood and then the cattle sales. After a quick chat to Loryn's horse friends that plough their fields by horse, I ducked over to the goods and chattels sale and picked up this new coat rack (below) and some new ornaments for inside.