Welcome back. Well, the process to replace a failed disk enclosure was long and tedious. 99.9% of the time was spent backing up 2 terabytes (2000 gigabytes) of data (twice), restoring it, and backing it up again. At long last we’re back on the air.
Now we continue this year’s Outback trip !
This striking building is the headquarters the labour union movement that had tremendous influence on the running of Broken Hill.
We were on the lookout for a specimen of Sturt’s Desert Pea when walking around the flora and fauna sanctuary at the Living Desert near Broken Hill. We originally walked past a stand of peas but found them later.
[I’ve been having problems with the disk on which my photographs reside. It’s currently operating but may not last much longer. A replacement is being sought].
An interestingly textured rock at the Living Desert Park near Broken Hill. With a Butcher Bird just left of centre.