- Mountaineering Expedition to climb in NepalNovember 6th, 20135 months to go.
Climbing Mountains and Travelling the Australian Outback
I'm on a journey to climb one or more of the world's 8,000 metre mountain peaks, and if all goes well an attempt on the summit of Mt Everest.
And when I'm not climbing, travelling and enjoying the Australian Outback!
One of the things I like to remind myself of each and every day, is there are no ordinary moments; no ordinary people; no ordinary lives...
Top Posts & Pages
Author Archives: Baz - The Landy
Is there a better way to spend a Saturday afternoon than down at Bronte, eating fish and chips by the ocean…? photo: Baz, The Landy
During these past few days following the passing of Janet’s father, I have been pondering on the cycle of life, death, and grief… Surrounded by his loving family, Archie peacefully slipped away from us last week, while Clare, his partner … Continue reading
Strewth, where does he get all that crazy energy from
Ever had a next door neighbour that you wish would just go away? You’ll know the ones I’m talking about, loud, unruly, parties until all hours, beer bottles chiming to the sounds of cheers! Mind you, it almost sounds fun … Continue reading
Like an acorn planet years ago, Our little fella has started to grow, With each passing day, another night gone, We wait patiently ‘cause it won’t be long, He’s a special little bloke, Part of you and me, We’ll love … Continue reading
Visit the Australian Outback in the warmer months, especially after rain and most likely a billion flies will join you. And yes, I meant a couple of billion. It is a funny occurrence, they turn up at the crack of … Continue reading
Janet, my partner, is a lover of Australian Wildflowers and spends countless hours in the Australian Bush, observing, photographing… The Australian Outback, you’ve got to love it! Photo: Janet O’Malley
With my recovery coming along and after a fortnight off work I decided to return to the cut and thrust of foreign exchange dealing this week. And don’t let on to my colleagues, but I’ve been missing them and the … Continue reading
When traversing the harsh and barren landscape of the Australian Outback, Australia’s indigenous aboriginals used mound springs for their water supply. This one was photographed near Coward Springs, along the Oodnadatta Track… Photo: Baz, The Landy