Taking the train back to Bairnsdale was beautiful. Christmas came with a lot of personal challenges so the ride back was a chance to breathe and prepare for what was to come. My ass was feeling a lot better, up until I had gotten to Bairnsdale the aches and pains had just grown and grown. So the rest was well needed. I hadn’t had a chance to train for the before I left so it was a matter of just get on the bike and go. Just keep pushing! Continue reading “Ride Update #2”
So I made it down to the south point!
Not without dramas though. It’s a 40Km walk up and back from the campground which essentially is an overnight walk. That’s all good but I’m not geared up for an overnight walk. Parks Vic were adamant that even though there was a vehicle trail most of the way down there, bikes were not permitted. Continue reading “Down to South Piont”
The troublesome house renovations are coming along, slowly but surely as they say. The biggest part of preparations. The biggest hold up is the floor in the dining area and passage. Getting the old tiles up was a nightmare but after 3 days of blood sweat and tears they’re up! Continue reading “Preparations For The Ride”
So why Autism? Why choose to support Autism Victoria (Amaze)? Well that’s pretty simple, since having a child effected by Aspergers, a low-level form of Autism, it’s been a big part of my life. This has lead us on a steep learning curve trying to understand what it is and how to deal with it. Continue reading “Why Autism Victoria?”
What is the Autism Spectrum?
Autism is a neurodevelopmental condition which affects the brain’s growth and development. It is a lifelong condition, with symptom that appear in early childhood.
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Having a son with Asperger’s doesn’t mean he’s sick or there’s something wrong with him, he doesn’t have some kind of disorder. He just thinks differently, he processes the world differently. We’re all different in our own ways. Asperger’s is more a way of grouping people who are different in certain way’s. If that makes sense. Continue reading “Dealing with Aspergers”