I'm on a road trip at the moment, so I haven't been able to write the posts I want to write, because I only have my iPad to write these posts on and it drives me bonkers to write a post on this thing, but since I'm staying in room 216 at the moment and I was listening to this podcast numbered 092(216) and David Plate raved on about the number 216 in his talk in my last post, I thought I should repost a link to the talk I listened to last night for readers who may be interested -
September 29, 2016
September 24, 2016
Great talk by David Charles Plate on FreemanTV.com
Listen to it by clicking on this link -
September 20, 2016
|Eden 237 km to go?!|
|Room 237 from the movie version of 'The Shining'|
Road Trip #2
|This was my first glimpse of Eden, as it was night by the time I arrived|
But to my surprise there was an "unintended garden" in Eden that was quite stunning.
This garden is probably the most "east of Eden" you could get incidentally.
In this garden of Eden though there is a memorial to men of the town who lost their lives at sea.
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Notice how the memorial seems to be a place beyond the pines?-)
Mt Thompson: The Place Beyond the Pines?
Which in hindsight hits home, since my father was cremated at Mt.Thompson last Friday.
It certainly is worth a stroll out to the east of Eden to contemplate life and the unintended garden that awaits you there.
But it was the killer whale museum I had come to here to see, not the unintended garden of Eden.
Because I had just seen the Chris Hemsworth movie,
'In The Heart of the Sea' when my ex-wife had sent the divorce papers to me through from her lawyer, so I bought a bottle of
'Devil's Corner' sparkling wine to celebrate the unshackling of the chains since it was the year 2015 and the number 15 tarot card is "The Devil" card.
Ironically Chris Hemsworth owns a house on the same coastline as Eden, only his place is right up near the top of NSW .
I found Chris's movie about whaling enlightening, as shipwrecked is the only way you can end up when chasing the great white whale of your youth;-)
|Notice the life preserver on the wall?-)|
Going With the Flow in Devonport on My Last Day in Tasmania