THE MORNING I left for Asia I got out of the car at home, walked through the front door, exclaimed loudly “OK THE DOG IS AT THE KENNELS!” and promptly dropped my iPhone on the wooden floor of the living room. Continue reading
It’s the last day of the year and I can’t thank anyone who turns up here enough. Having people read, share or comment on KCB is awesome. Here’s a look back at a few favourite moments from the first year of keeping it boring, in no particular order.
Without fail if you’re hanging out taking photos at ANU (I don’t even go there), someone you know will run into you and ask what you’re doing. A friend of mine bumped into Nagesh and I busy moving this construction gear around to get a good photo before the sun totally disappeared, this post is for you Milly!
The last few months of the year always the fastest. Once the monotony of winter ends and the and the spark of spring turns up, everyone is excited to go out and get some. Uni is ramping up, the days are getting longer, summer sports are begging and everyone is looking for reasons to make up for missed time spent indoors. I can’t say it’s any different for me, here are a few shots from the last week.
Is ride to work day. But on the 16th of October every year, we get to celebrate it…
It’s finally nice enough to just wear a shirt and shorts and still be comfortable riding around at dusk. Perfect golden hours in perfect temperatures.
This tearjerker hit my inbox on a rare, yet familiar feels-like-spring-but-it’s-still-August morning:
Sully’s creek and the greater stormwater drain network of the Inner North are a blast when it’s dry out. If you can dodge the sludge that perpetually inhabits the middle of the drain then you’re good to go. Nagesh, Ben and I spent a Saturday ridin’ round and gettin’ it.
Exhausted from clicking buttons on my camera, I called it a day once we reached Mt. Ainslie. We rode back into town, met up with some friends, drank a Coke each and headed our separate ways. Sure beats lazing around sipping skinny lattes!