Posts Tagged ‘sydney’
Posted in Notes from the Road, tagged bikes, climate change, cycling, Melbourne, Melbourne-sydney, photography, Powershift 2009, ride to power, sydney, touring, travel, youth led change on July 15, 2009| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Notes from the Road, Sustainable Living, tagged black bream, bok choy, carving, chicken, cooking, DIY, Dorrago, fishing, fishing float, recipes, Sustainable Living, sydney, tackle, Up Your Jumper!, wood on June 5, 2009| Leave a Comment »
How we rocking? Well this interviewing, talking, thinking about sustainability, design, life, it’s gets tiring at times. A good way to get it all up and rocking along again I’ve found is to do a bit of cooking, or have a bit of fish… and just in time for the weekend too.
I’ve uploaded the first(of maybe more) Up Your Jumper! DIY episode. How to make a fishing float! Check it out. Some pretty deep insights in that nutshell.
Also if your hungry, check out Recipes from the Road. I’ve put up a couple more recipes to give you some ideas in the kitchen. Bok Choy Chicken, and a recipe for how to cook up a few Black Bream, direct from the Swan River, Perth.
All adds to the Up Your Jumper! mix.
Posted in Notes from the Road, Renewable Energy, Sustainable Design, Sustainable Living, tagged Australia, climate change, Powershift '09, promo, Sustainable Living, sydney, youth led change on June 4, 2009| Leave a Comment »
Just got a link to a promo video that’s just been put out for Powershift. Check it out below. Pretty slick.
Also if you’re keen to head along to Powershift, but haven’t got around to registering yet, get onto it before midnight Saturday. Earlybird registration ends then, and if you get in early it’ll save you $25, which is always handy. Bargain really…