Old Possum’s Wall of Practical Cats (Arizona).
A partial solution to my duck-avoidance programme.
"Laziness is nothing more than the habit of resting before you get tired."
The rural idyll of my sister - her three men and a lake - even though my youngest nephew is still oblivious to the lake.
It was so difficult to say good bye to Africa and Barberton Valley. I’ll be back.
Since time immemorial, or, shall I put it, all the way across the multiverse, Bill Phillips and I have been arguing, privately and publicly, about THE interpretation of quantum theory. Sometimes it is so delightful to disagree.
Instant noodles in Beijing. My modest attempt to escape formal dinners and inevitable Peking ducks.
Flying close to the Swaziland border reminded me that this small African kingdom has one of the most “regulated” airspaces in the world. About a year ago, Sabelo Dlamini, one of Swaziland’s top civil aviation officials has cautioned all witches to keep their flying brooms below the legal 150 meter altitude limit or face stiff penalties. Local press had a hard time discerning whether or not Dlamini was serious, for witchcraft is no laughing matter in this part of Africa. I have great sympathy for the local witches; flying that low in the mountainous region requires lots of skill and concentration.