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 I have to type another post so that we turn the page.... 19/Jun/09 8:20 PM |  |
 And then one more to finish the CP! 19/Jun/09 8:20 PM |  |
 2:03, hi all. 19/Jun/09 8:50 PM |  |
 Good morning. Pretty flower. 19/Jun/09 8:54 PM |  |
 Some of you chocoholics may appreciate this. An individual slice of 'Moelleux au Chocolat' -moist chocolate cake bears the following instructions'consommer rapidement apres ouverture''eat quickly after opening'. Duh we need to be told...... 19/Jun/09 9:24 PM |  |
 You really do wonder sometimes. I say that as I stuff myself with after dinner mints after having had two crumpets with raspberry jam for supper. The ironic thing is that I forwent a latte for a Pepsi Max to try and reduce the calory intake. 19/Jun/09 9:32 PM |  |
 Oh saylz I know what you mean. In UK last year I watched as a lady in the café in Kew gardens ordered a cream tea, you know scones, strawberry jam and clotted cream and then get quite upset with the cashier because they were out of diet coke and she couldn't drink the normal on her More... 19/Jun/09 9:48 PM |  |
 It's interesting that what you call a cream tea is called a devonshire tea in Australia. I like them too but usually have a Twinings Lady Grey tea with them. 19/Jun/09 10:01 PM |  |
 But Tassie has connections with our West Country Launceston is the name of the county town of Cornwall 19/Jun/09 10:08 PM |  |
 Oh I forgot Devonport 19/Jun/09 10:09 PM |  |
 Heading home - with visions of chocolate cake and scones in my head! 19/Jun/09 10:14 PM |  |
 I lived in Devonport Tasmania for 25 years.I was CEO of the City Council. Took a retirement job in Hobart three years ago. That's where I met Princes Charles and Princess Anne. 19/Jun/09 10:18 PM |  |
 Is Charlie half a Princes -s 19/Jun/09 10:18 PM |  |
 Didn't spend time in Devonport but loved Hobart. We also loved the north western area of Tassie from Stanley to Sheffield and all points in between. 19/Jun/09 10:24 PM |  |
 There is not really very much to see at Devonport. As the name suggests it is mainly a commercial port with the peripheral transport and bulk storage facilities. There is certainly some beautiful countryside between Sheffield and Stanley. When the kids were young we used to take them driving every Sunday. 19/Jun/09 10:47 PM |  |
 Nite all. 19/Jun/09 11:06 PM |  |
 I remember visiting the murals on the town walls and driving around looking at the wonderfully inventive post boxes 19/Jun/09 11:07 PM |  |
 Good morning, all. 19/Jun/09 11:59 PM |  |
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