Sage Advice

July 14th, 2006 by Ross

Some useful tips and sound advice.

“Don't eat the yellow snow.”

I've no idea who to attribute this to but it seems like a good idea so just go along with it. Ok, moving swiftly on...

  • 1. Don't put your hand into dark holes. Always good advice but with spiders, scorpions and snakes it is especially so in Australia.
  • 2. Don't leave chocolate visible when Tucker is near - ever. Mabye this should be number 1.
  • 3. Have good map. Asking people for directions is only possible if there are people around.
  • 4. Always carry a stick. Or a 7 iron, I find it's the most versatile golf club.
  • 5. Do not attempt to use local slang, unless you are a cunning linguist and good in a fist fight.

I'll add to this list as I go. If you think something is missing email me and we'll discuss my rates for your advice.