Not all home invaders are bad. Sometimes, especially when they have four legs, a wet nose and an enthusiastically wagging tail, they're an incredibly welcome visitor to my home on four wheels. Say g'day to Pip and Mavis.
Day 210: Having the Tables Turned on Me – Interviewed on Really Good Radio
It isn't often that I end up the one being interviewed instead of the other way around. But who can ever say no to the amazingly talented and committed fellow First Nations broadcaster Troy Benjamin. Not me, for sure!
Day 203: Inconsiderate and Filthy People at my Home in Bundoora Park
It's no small wonder that vanlifers have a bad name. Especially so when those who have no respect for the environment and community leave such a mess behind them in a public park. Shame!
Day 144: Stuck in the Mud on Gunditjmara Country and Some Goat Poo Coffee!?
CMR travels to Gunditjmara country to meet with the Traditional Owners, gets stuck in the mud and experiences the amazing flavour of goat poo coffee (not really, but it's a damn good story).
Day 50: COVID-19 jab, Darebin Council and Bundoora Park (Wurundjeri Woi-wurrung Country)
A great day spent back in Darebin in Banyule, meeting up with awesome people and - the highlight - getting the first COVID-19 jab.
Day 49: Staying put at Point Leo (Boonwurrung/Bunurung Country)
Day 49 being spent at Point Leo in Victoria, catching up on a backlog of administration and article writing.