VandemonianVagabond(or Tasha) is a member in Australia . She has been a member for over 6 years (2,200 days).
Hi, I'm Tasha. I'm a 42 year old Canadian, currently living in Tasmania, Australia with my Spanish partner, Miguel, and our geriatric cats, Blue and Mia. I enjoy hiking, camping, geocaching, astrology, morris dancing, crochet, book binding, website design and adventure activities (ie. skydiving, abseiling - although a bit less so as I get older).
I'm happy to receive any type of postcard you want to send, including hand made postcards made with love and care. I would rather not receive free / ad cards, unless they're spectacularly amazing.
If you want some ideas, I particularly like
* single view cards of your country
* fauna - especially frogs, lizards, ferrets, and birds
* flora - especially orchids, succulents and cactii
* botanical illustrations
* unique or interesting postcards
I'd love lots of unique or beautiful stamps if it's possible for you (I collect stamps and maxicards). The cards I've tagged as favourites are ones that I like, not ones I've received already.
I prefer postcards to be written on and stamped, but I like maxicards to be blank and in an envelope (if possible).
When you write on your postcard, I'd be thrilled if you include the date and tell me something about yourself, your city, your country, your culture, your dreams, your pets, your favorite food, your favorite quote... Anything! I love connecting with people around the world and the more you write, the smaller the world becomes :) It makes me a bit sad when the postcard only says "Happy Postcrossing" so please take the time to write something meaningful if you can.
If you're waiting for me to log your postcard, please be patient. I only go to my postbox once a week, or once every two weeks, so sometimes it might take a little bit longer for me to receive your postcard. Feel free to contact me if it seems that I may have forgotten to log yours!
I'd love to direct swap maxicards (unwritten and in an envelope), minisheets or mint stamps. Due to the high Australia Post international rates, unfortunately I have decided to not direct swap standard postcards. Here's what I currently have available for trade https://www.flickr.com/photos/98459554@N07/collections/72157661965018716/.>