Monthly Archives: January 2011

Warrumbungling in Oz

  It’s my last day in Warrumbungle National Park, a few hundred miles inland from the east coast in New South Wales and edging up toward the subtropics. Usually this is a dry, brittle place, but this year it’s humid … Continue reading

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Snakes and High Water

   I’m camping now in Warrumbungle National Park, in the northern part of New South Wales, a couple hundred miles inland from the coast. This isn’t all that far from the huge floods in Queensland. I’ve always avoided going inland … Continue reading

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Holy Cow! Encounters Goes Down Under

I’m on a cattle station in New South Wales in Australia, working on a program about cows. I had an excellent time this morning with a little herd of about 35 black Angus cows and their calves, grazing in a … Continue reading

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Full Moon and Roaring Tides

For a recent Encounters program about Tide, I made a solo trip by skiff to Sergius Narrows, about 30 miles north of Sitka, Alaska.  It was one of those great, beautiful adventures.  Everything went perfectly, including the weather–two days of … Continue reading

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