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5 03 2009

I once did know a girl named Grace; I’m wukkin’ on de levee.
She done bring me to dis sad disgrace; O’ wukkin’ on de levee.

Ways of Knowing Nature: “Perception reflects Action.” One 3-day Bushwalk.

I been wukkin’ on de railroad (or levee) All de live long day;
I been wukkin’ on de railroad Ter pass de time away.

Outdoor Living and Travel Skills: Two bushwalks, One rockclimbing trip, One paddling trip.

Doan yuh hyah de whistle blowin’? Rise up so uhly in de mawn;
Doan yuh hyah de cap’n shoutin’, “Dinah blow yo hawn.”

Bush Environments: “Not all who wander are lost” (J.R.R. Tolkien). One 6-day bushwalk, One 3-day bushwalk.

Dinah won’t you blow, Dinah won’t you blow, Dinah won’t you blow your ho-o-orn;
Dinah won’t you blow, Dinah won’t you blow, Dinah won’t you blow your horn?

Field Experience A: One rockclimbing trip, One paddling trip.

Someone’s in the kitchen with Dinah, Someone’s in the kitchen I kno-o-o-ow,
Someone’s in the kitchen with Dinah, Strumming on the old banjo;

And I’ll be sitting in on some classes of Outdoor Education Concepts, taught by Ginny, the woman who led the meditation I walked into in Bendigo Center on my first day in Australia (post ‘Desire: connect to surroundings’).

And singing, Fee, Fi, Fidel-e-i-o, Fee, Fi, Fidel-e-i-o-o-o-o,
Fee, Fi, Fidel-e-i-ooooo, Strumming on the old banjo. (The Levee Song)

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