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Canberra Countryside and Communities

November 13, 2009

hanging with Leigh and SunshineWednesday I hopped on a plane to Canberra to spend some time with the creative and energetic Leigh Blackall and Sunshine Connelley, their two magnificent pooches, Lego and Mina, and spend an afternoon with some communities of practices folks in national government here in the capitol city. After I arrived, Leigh and Sunshine took me out to the beautiful Murrumbaidgee River, about 30 minutes outside of town. We swam in the river and had a nice BBQ dinner in the warm afternoon sun. The water was just cool enough and the current not too strong to allow us to wallow in the shallows. It was a perfect antidote to being in planes and conference rooms, well peppered with conversation.

Thursday, we headed again out of town to Braidwood. Man, I could fall in love with this town. Between the Bread Dojo bread (Matt, you are an amazing baker), the beautiful setting and community spirit, one could be tempted to bid on the old hotel and pub up for auction. heh! Then we high tailed it back to town, allowing me to walk into my appointment just on time and have a great afternoon talking about the ideas surfaced in Digital Habitats and wrestling with the challenges of working in a government organization.

Then it was off to the airport and on my way to sunny and unseasonably warm Adelaide! Mike Coglan met me and we then went out to dinner with the energetic Brad Beach and John (whose last name I did not quite get. Mike as has a great shot of Brad here. You can see John here.)

3 Comments leave one →
  1. November 19, 2009 8:08 am

    🙂 it was nice to have you Nancy, you reinvigorated our goal to live in Braidwood.

  2. November 19, 2009 10:43 am

    Nancy, I am so sorry I missed you. If you loved Braidwood then Mongarlowe is for you!

    Best wishes


  3. November 24, 2009 10:47 pm

    I did love Braidwood. I did NOT love missing you, but enjoyed catching up with your team at LearnTel 2009 in Mooloolaba!

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