It was so much his favourite spot, the grass didn’t have a chance to grow. The hole left in the heart is tearing me apart at the moment but I have already learnt lots about what it all means to me, why we got him, how we loved each other, what we learnt from each other and how we lost you.
With no regrets because I did and gave my best.
Calming “It’s okay boof, don’t worry, everything will be okay” sounds like he’s saying it back to me now. #kirothehusko #husky #huskylife
Thinking of doing the next step in my #wheelchair #adaptiveexplorer project and start publishing reviews of things wheelchair users can do to explore Australian outback and wilderness areas in a short magazine format.
With my love of creativity and exploring around #Australia , the natural world from astronomy to fishing to geology and many things in between.
I hope to share the beauty in the small things I find and share #accessibility information in case you or someone you know wants to try it out for the first time.
It will start small and close to Melbourne and victoria, but as I get to do and see more, I can write and photograph more remote locations that a wheelchair can get to.
Also means my book design skills from my current projects will just help it be more polished as I learn more along the way!
Because no one’s independance should be an untested status quo. Time to grow those wings!
Welcome my new buddy Kahū . A NZ Native Kakariki bird. Named after the Māori name for Harrier Hawks and for her cool bright red mohawk (and everyone knows I like puns). Once they finish growing, she has white flight feathers and orange under her wings too. Commonly they are green, blue and red, this is one of the other color variants.
Will be training her as she grows up to be able to spend time out of the cage so you’ll see more of her over the coming years I hope. It’s been a while since I’ve kept birds but it’s one of my old hobbies I’m getting back into.