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Tag Archives: history.
Some thoughts on ways to improve the respect for elders by learning and understanding how they lived in their early life.
The Hutt River Province is ceasing to exist after 50 years. I visited the province and met the late Prince Leonard on April 1st, 2013 and have the evidence in my passport. Continue reading
Mary Durack wrote of the harsh life in northern WA in her books, the most popular being Kings in Grass Castles, which detailed the living in that area. Continue reading
Silverton – New South Wales It came up on my Facebook today – a reminder that I was in Silverton, New South Wales December in 2012. It brought back a lot of memories. Over the years our family had driven … Continue reading
China is very much popular in the media at the moment – as much for the political issues, as its 70 year celebrations and the issues with the USA.
Just a few thoughts on the idea of alcohol making one more creative – back in 353 that is what some writers explored.
The first bridge over Bramble Bay was built in the 1930’s – but now there are two modern bridges for vehicles. Continue reading
Some reminiscences of the year of the Moon Landing. 1969 was a big year for the world and our family. Continue reading
I am concerned that a family member won’t be interested in collecting/saving the family history documents. Continue reading