25 – 27 May 2020
As of 1 June, life will return to some sort of normality here in New South Wales. NSW residents will be able to take a holiday, pubs and restaurants will cater to up to 50 patrons, the kids will all be back at school and outdoor sporting facilities will reopen. In fact, live sport returns to Australia as early as tomorrow, with the National Rugby League kicking-off again (albeit with no crowds initially). So things are definitely looking up.
In the meantime, this is my first post for a few days after some torrential wind and rain – here are some of the highlights.
Before coronavirus in Australia, there were the bush fires. They absolutely devastated the Australian bush across New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland and killed over one billion animals. Tory has spent the past couple of rainy days creating pouches for some of these injured animals – I helped out briefly.
The weather at the start of the week was awful. After not really leaving the house on Sunday or Monday, I decided to make a run for it (literally) once the clouds parted on Tuesday morning. The damage from the storm over the past couple of days was pretty substantial, but it was great to get out and about.
Last, but by no means least, I enjoyed an alfresco circuit session at Graham Reserve Oval on Wednesday and was joined by my furry friend Bernie and his dad Ben. Note: that’s Bernie under my legs in the main image.
After a few rainy days, the sun is due to come back out tomorrow. Very much looking forward to some sunshine ahead of the last weekend of lockdown.