Monday, January 01, 2007

Uncertain future...

I'm not sure what will happen to my blogging over the next few months.

On the 4th of January, I'll be leaving Sydney to work as a research assistant near Fogg Dam, south-east of Darwin. To me this is super-exciting, I'll be able to see so many great things as well as begin to immerse myself in the world of research.

I don't know what to expect in terms of computer and internet access when I'm there, though I'm sure I'll be taking heaps of blog-worthy photos and discovering new things. I'm considering starting a separate blog in order to share these things as well as record what I'm doing and how I'm going up there for whoever would be interested in that (friends and family mainly I suppose). Alternatively, I might just stick the odd piece up here and not bother with a new blog. Or I might not even be able or inclined to blog while I'm away, in that case you'll hear from me when I get back.

So... stay tuned. Not too sure what's going to happen, but if I do start something separate I shall announce it here.


Snail said...

It's not as if it's the middle of nowhere.

Oh wait, yes, it is.

Good luck! Looks like 2007 is going to be a sensational year for you.

Geoff_D said...

Good luck, David. I'm sure you'll find some way of keeping us all informed of your doings. I'm sure there'll be some sort of electric interwebthingy up there.

huntervalley said...

David, good luck with your pursuits.

I have been enjoying reading about your nature observations. Your photography is superb.


Anonymous said...

Best wishes to you David, daresay this will be the beginning of many away postings you'll have in your alloted time.
Your destiny calls, I'd suggest you start putting together ideas for your first book lad.



ps August 2006, Teaser III, the mystery remains unsolved.

Anonymous said...

What a New Year's surprise for this reader!
You can put away childish things like this now.
I'd be sucking it all up in the North and laughing at those who need the wacky wide web for their nature fix.

Of course I hope you manage to dodge most of the evening storms when you're out frogging/toading/snaking or whatever - and that the funguses leave your lenses alone mostly.

Best wishes, tadpole. You're doing a big metamorphosis now.

sarala said...

Have a good trip and we're looking forward to your photos when you get back on the net.

Podzol said...

Have a great time David. I spent a fortnight at Jabiru while at uni and loved it.
I think a Fogg Dam Blogg would be a great idea! Please?!

fiery said...

All the best David - I think I understand a little better now...

I hope you have a great and successful time away.

Oh, and don't forget to have fun! :)

Shorty CreeKI said...

David, what a wonderful step out.

I think again of those early years when you were part of our Centre's Teaching Team.

Thankyou yet again ... and all the best.


jj said...

It's March and some serious weather up your way .. and wondering how you are doing.