This is just a brief announcement to explain that as this publishes I should be off on my travels again. This time I’m going further than ever before (no, I’m not travelling by standing on the shoulders of giants). I’m off to…
Yay, and I’m doing it without first having to break any laws. The official reason for this is to do some work: finish off writing some papers we started years ago (if we have the time, we might prod bulbous squidges with a sharp stick), and also perhaps start some new stuff that we won’t finish for another half decade. Of course, the real reason is to
make GrrlScientist really jealous see a new country, and take photos of bits of it.
So, for the next couple of weeks I’ll mainly be in Townsville, which seems to be most of the way up the eastern side of Oz. I’ll also be in Cairns for a couple of days, to build another small pile of rocks.
The Original Cairn, which I will be nowhere near
I’ll endeavour to blog about my travels there (Day 36: First draft of Introduction completed, almost out of fingers. Hordes of budgerigars still at the windows, desperate to show us their new cycling tricks). So, ironically, I might actually do more blogging whilst I’m away: when I’m at home I’m constantly being distracted by hordes of parrots desperate to remove my fingers because I didn’t scratch their head correctly. And as for the rams…
Whilst I’m flying, your homework is to read up on why my beliefs are now protected in the UK workplace. If you don’t hear from me for 5 weeks, it probably means I decided to take the boat.