ColumnistsPeter Nelson's TravelsPeter Nelson’s travels – more from Australia Peter Nelson’s travels – more from Australia December 24, 2014 Pelicans on a morning break. Enjoying the solitude of a bay on the south coast of Victoria. Typical Australian pasture land. Everything looks similar to Canadian pastures, but in fact, it’s all different somehow. The building styles are different too. You’d never mistake this shack for one built in North America. A swarm of dragonflies. The worms that live in eucalyptus trees do very artistic work. When we lived in the old farmhouse, I had to get up very early to hitch into town for my job, and got this atmospheric shot of the morning mist. Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Related Peter Nelson’s travels – Australian photos December 23, 2015 Peter Nelson’s travels – The end at Land’s End January 1, 2016 Peter Nelson’s travels: Land’s End Cornwall England December 23, 2015 FOLLOW US FacebookTwitter Latest 10th Anniversary AGH Run for Women’s Health, June 10 February 7, 2023 Vallentyne Bake, Tuesday, February 14 February 7, 2023 2 bedroom furnished apartment for rent, downtown Almonte February 6, 2023 Swing dancing at Equator, February 7 and 21 February 6, 2023 Fatal snowmobile accident on Ramsay Concession 12 February 6, 2023 I don’t know the same things you don’t know February 6, 2023 From the Archives Enerdu: A time for leadership Enerdu protest in Almonte is lead story on CBC and CTV news Proceeds from all-terrain vehicle draw to benefit AGH emergency department Winter wines AGH still seeks board members, deadline May 14 Message from Mayor Lowry: “Do the right thing” Mississippi Mills to carry out fire hydrant flushing Gardening in Mississippi Mills: Finally, Spring is in sight!