Back in NT

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plane at yilpara

The Wandering Lintons have returned once again to the Top End. After a year of travelling, locuming, relaxing and growing our family, we found ourselves looking north and moved back to Nhulunbuy about four months ago. I am working both at the local hospital doing GP Obstetrics, and at Laynhapuy Health flying into a number of homeland communities for GP outreach work.

Territory Day fireworks over Cape Wirrawuy,
Territory Day fireworks over Cape Wirrawuy,

I’m starting to feel outnumbered by the Wandering Linton girls – there’s three of them! Their life here revolves around the pool, friends, kinder, chooks, church, and usual generalised chaos.

at Marcus and Esther's wedding
at Marcus and Esther’s wedding

We enjoyed a recent visit to Victoria for a family wedding, despite having to visit the nearest op shop for woolen jumpers to deal with the cold shock.

After a long hiatus on this blog I’m hoping to write a bit more frequently. I’ve been thinking a lot about language and communication, so expect some ramblings about that. The dry season here is exceedingly pleasant, so hopefully we can share some photos from the stunning place we live in.

Thanks for stopping by.

Andy is a GP obstetrician living in remote Northern Territory, Australia. He is totally outnumbered by girls in his family - one wife, 3 daughters, 2 chooks.

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