I’ll be in Deniliquin from May 18 to May 22, although I dare say that transport is going to be interesting seeing as I’m car-less at the moment (although being car-less does have its advantages…one of them being that I get to invoke my passion for ranting about buses).
You can expect some news headlines from Deniliquin, Echuca and surrounds to to appear here over the course of that week, much like they did last time, although what else I will do with this blog during that week remains a mystery, much like what I’ll do when I come back to Canberra, but such is life I suppose.
I have enjoyed working with James Scott on the 1WAY FM breakfast show this week so I will consider, if James is interested, turning that into a more permanent arrangement, although if I do that, then I doubt that I will continue doing the morning show as well…it’s just too draining spending five hours (give or take half an hour) on the air and then spending more time producing the show for the next day, especially when I’m doing it on a voluntary (read: unpaid) basis.
I wonder if anyone has noticed that my quiz questions mostly come from me hitting the “random article” link on Wikipedia over and over until I find an article from which I can form an interesting question. Today’s questions “Bayble Island in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland is actually two islands, so why is it referred to as a single island?” and “who is the Prime Minister of Poland?” might have been a bit of a giveaway on that front.
Tired, rambling and having trouble spelling, time for bed I think.