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 WHEEEEE!!!! 07/Jan/17 4:30 AM |  |
 Veni, vidi, whee whee!!! 07/Jan/17 4:31 AM |  |
 Morning all, I don't think it's Kathy's grandson Chase but he is cute. 07/Jan/17 6:09 AM |  |
 Wow ,on the second page already! Plum, I don't need to look , anywhere there is snow is too cold for me. 07/Jan/17 6:13 AM |  |
 Can't play too long today as I have to Torryn proof the house before 9:30 , he finds so many places to get into mischief. His brother Bridei was the same as a one year old. 07/Jan/17 6:18 AM |  |
 1.44 07/Jan/17 6:20 AM |  |
 Good morning all. Here is today's fore and aft puzzle. I managed 24/26 this time. Your task is to take a row of letters from column D and place it between a pair of letters in columns A and B to make a word used in the English language which is similar in meaning to the word or words in column C. More... 07/Jan/17 7:51 AM |  |
 Good afternoon to all! This is a rather heady picture today! 07/Jan/17 8:53 AM |  |
 All the chatter about emojis and hieroglyphics yesterday took me back to the old days. A number of us used to exchange messages in Morse code. Nothing devious, just fun. Several folks spent time accessing Morse code site to figure out what we were saying. Ah the old days. 07/Jan/17 8:57 AM |  |
 First day without freezing rain or snow this week. It was a nice break. 07/Jan/17 8:58 AM |  |
 Good Morning all. 07/Jan/17 9:01 AM |  |
 .. / - .... --- ..- --. .... - / .. .----. -.. / -.. --- / - .... .. ... / ..-. --- .-. / .- -. -.-- -... --- -.. -.-- / ..-. .-. --- -- / - .... . / --. --- --- -.. / --- .-.. -.. / -.. .- -.-- ... .-.-.- / .. / -. . ...- . .-. / .-.. . .- .-. -. . -.. / -- --- .-. ... . / -.-. --- -.. . --..-- / .--- ..- ... - / --. --- --- --. .-.. . -.. / .- / - .-. .- -. ... .-.. .- - --- .-. .-.-.- 07/Jan/17 9:04 AM |  |
 Not fair, Keith - and Greg! 07/Jan/17 9:11 AM |  |
 Good morning by the way. 07/Jan/17 9:11 AM |  |
 Maybe Mr P can figure out the morse code messagefter all it was part of his job as an air navigator. 07/Jan/17 9:13 AM |  |
 Hal and Peter should be able to as well. 07/Jan/17 9:14 AM |  |
 All that talk of snow, I have to tel you it isds a brilliant day here - Mr P is out mowing the lawn! 07/Jan/17 9:18 AM |  |
 ....ahhhh to have visible green grass! 07/Jan/17 9:45 AM |  |
 Keith's morse message..... 'I thought I'd do this for any body from the good old days. I never learnt morse code, just Googled a translator.' 07/Jan/17 9:55 AM |  |
 Close enough, Peter. 07/Jan/17 10:34 AM |  |
 Never learnt morse myself either. I use the 'Keith method'. In the navy the only morse code users were the sparkers and the bunting tossers. 07/Jan/17 11:02 AM |  |
 More mysteries 'sparkers and bunting tossers'. Wireless operators and semaphore operators? 07/Jan/17 11:19 AM |  |
 You're correct, Wombat. The rest of us spoke English. 07/Jan/17 11:23 AM |  |
 I can see it from here! 07/Jan/17 11:23 AM |  |
 One more to go then......Whammo! 07/Jan/17 11:24 AM |  |
 Clickety click! 07/Jan/17 11:24 AM |  |
 My work here is done.....now for Wombat's poozle! 07/Jan/17 11:25 AM |  |
 1:46 Good morning one and all! We've seen this photo on here before, a long time ago. 07/Jan/17 11:29 AM |  |
 All submariners understand is: 'Ping... ping... ping.' 07/Jan/17 12:27 PM |  |
 In the Boy Scouts, Morse Code was the roadblock that kept me from getting to First Class. I couldn't seem to get it memorized, and gave up on becoming an Eagle Scout because of it. 07/Jan/17 12:32 PM |  |
 I bounced a ping or two off a few bubbleheads. We even surfaced a Kilo class off the coast of Cuba back around '65 or '66.Interesting difference in slang, Peter. Sparkers/twidgets bunting tossers/sigsIt was always good policy to follow the sigs ashore. They'd spread out around town to More... 07/Jan/17 2:37 PM |  |
 The code stopped me short at 2nd class too, Keith. My #1 son made it to Eagle though. Morse wasn't a requirement by then. It was even on the job description for ping jockey but never enforced. 07/Jan/17 2:40 PM |  |
 Night all. 07/Jan/17 3:02 PM |  |
 Well, a Girl Potato and Boy Potato had eyes for each other, and finally they got married, and had a little sweet potato, which they called 'Yam'. Of course, they wanted the best for Yam. When it was time, they told her about the facts of life. They warned her about going out and More... 07/Jan/17 5:49 PM |  |
 For the you Yanks, Richie was a successful captain off the Australian cricket team and later became a cricket commentator for many years. He was famous and well respected in the cricket world 07/Jan/17 5:52 PM |  |
 Jeb, December '66 I was running out of Halifax on the Osiris. We were standing in for the Canadian boat Ojibwa, which had broken down. We did her part of an exercise mainly off Bermuda. I recall one part of the exercise was that we were to surface 'in distress' in the middle of a group of More... 07/Jan/17 6:05 PM |  |
 So now Yam is a widow spud, is she Peter? 07/Jan/17 7:09 PM |  |

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