Friday afternoon drinks on the patio near the lake at the National Library. Canberra put on a sunny and surprisingly warm day. It was a gorgeous end to the week.
Australian Parliament from the car on Friday afternoon.
There was a terrible fatal accident involving a truck, three cars, and many people right near where I live yesterday morning. It’s on a patch of the Monaro Highway where, recently, I’ve seen a car run off into a paddock, a huge truck overturned, and, a few weeks ago, it was the exact spot we nearly got cleaned up by an aggressive male driver who ran a red light several seconds after ours turned green. And that’s before mentioning the endless kangaroos/foxes/wombats/possums that have been hit by vehicles and now line either side of the road.
We had to drive past the scene yesterday (and will have to travel past there twice today), and it wasn’t a pretty sight.
The Monaro Highway is the thoroughfare for interstaters going to and from the Snowy Mountains, the country, and Sydney, and is also where all the reckless ute-driving workmen (who’ve never met a road rule they won’t break) travel from early morning through to late afternoon.
I had a lot of posts this week, with all the news floating around!
The Bridgertons are coming to television!
RITA Awards 2018
A Buffy Remake?
Dear Canberra Writers’ Festival: Barnaby Joyce is NOT a writer, and you know it
The Trump Effect on Books
On this day: Prisoners of War in Ukraine
20th Anniversary of Ever After