7 Sep 2014

It's a mad,mad world.

There is a Japanese garden attached to the local regional art gallery.It is not a national park-there are no gorges,or fast flowing rivers or waterless deserts or crocodiles.Or leaking nuclear power stations or unpatrolled surf beaches .No, just a small Japanese garden with the sort of things you expect to find in the standard Japanese garden like a shallow carp pond,some rocks,some stunted shrubs ,some concrete lanterns and some raked white stones.But look at the risks you need to be aware of.Common sense has left the building.No wonder Australian amateur motor sport along with many other activities is slowly drowning in a sea of risk minimisation strategies and high vis vests.

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