The murders of Jim Barclay and John Bamford in late 1917 at Wonnangatta Station near Myrtleford in Victoria is a fascinating mystery. The book covers the theories and paints a picture of the setting with historical stories about many of the locals of the time.
Category: Glenn’s Blog
After recently buying a basic financial calculator from Ebay I noticed it had an “MU” key. Read on to find out what it does.
I got lured to iPage by their many ads and the insanely cheap price of $40 for twelve months including a domain name. But it's not worth it. Read on to find out why.
A look at the gentlemen behind the popular image of Queen Victoria. It's a good case study of how biased editing can shape a public figure's image.
Last time we did the Lilydale to Warburton rail trail we left out half of it. This ride Kyle and I did the entire length making it an 80km day. Related Images:
A story about defence, intelligence and crisis management in the middle of an attempt to start a conflict between North and South Korea; and even Japan.
Skimpy is an auto biography by Kellie Arrowsmith, a "skimpy" bar waitress. Outrageous true tales of crocodiles, snakes and pulling beers in the top end.
A walk not too far from Eltham, the wonderful Masons Falls Circuit in Kinglake West.
A collection of funny and witty articles by Jeremy Clarkson that were first published in The Sunday Times.
An excellent introduction to learn how to drive a steam locomotive, plus railway safe working.