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Hopefully the title of my post is self explanatory. I'm going to be hard pressed to just make the 7kg carry-on limit (I bought extra allowance just in case, never been able to 'pack light') let alone bringing food and such to EGA. I'd be really grateful to hear from anyone that is familiar with the area (EGA people I'm sure can help.) A fellow SAB buddie mentioned buses from the conference site into Eildon? That would be great! I know it's just a three (four) day conference but I have never managed the art of ''packing light'' - what if I wanted those shoes to match those jeans? Hahahaha, silly me dumbass girlie shit. Yes, I've had a 'few' glasses of wine, I was so tremendously overwhelmed earlier this afternoon I couldn't settle myself the fuck down. And I'll probably see this post tomorrow and cringe hard - hoping fellow SAB'ers can relate. I hope everyone is having a wonderful Friday night!
I just wanted to post a quick message the all the SAB members. After a period of being away from the SAB forum due to travel and a few issues in my life I have returned with a rekindled passion for ethnobotany and gardening in general. I forgot how much i love this community and conversing with genuine likeminded people. I really enjoy siting down with a cuppa and browsing all the different threads, having a good chuckle at some of the comments and learning about a whole range of interesting techniques, discoveries and ideas. Im at stage in my life where i really appreciate the little things, such as the time i get to spend in my garden, catching up with friends and spending quality time with my family. I have recently become involved with our local community garden and it is something I thoroughly enjoy and look forward to every week. I just want to say thank you i guess, to all the members here, for making this such a great community. And a big thank you to Torsten for putting in the hard work required to keep this place up and running. I'm sure for a lot of us it is a big part of our lives and it is hard to imagine there being no SAB. Its one of a kind really. So thank you all for making this place what it is.