Great visit.

Thanks to you both Tannon and Dion for your great diverse and inspiring visit. We enjoyed bush walks, slashed lantana, bunkered down during the 40 degree days and waited for the edges of the cyclone to pass. Tannon and his patience in photographing insects, snakes and plants showed me I need a camera update. 

We walked the Night Cap track to smell the herbicide use before we viewed its destruction. Other than the disappointment to see the herbicide use in a beautiful viewing spot ( it would have taken 2 of us 2 hours of manual labour to slash, pull and mulch this site. As it is now the “offending plants” will be all back in 6 months) it was a stunning 3 hour trek.

https://www.independent.co.uk/environment/pollution-chemicals-hormone-disruption-whales-reproduction-gender-a8798376.html

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/feb/27/police-indifference-to-gay-hate-crimes-led-to-failures-of-justice-report-finds

http://www.starobserver.com.au/news/national-news/new-south-wales-news/interim-report-of-nsw-parliamentary-inquiry-into-lgbti-hate-crimes-released/177906?utm_source=Star+Observer+Newsletter&utm_campaign=e50644a5ad-SO+Newsletter+Wednesday%2C+February+27%2C+2019&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_01815abd36-e50644a5ad-119389633

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