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12/Sep/10 7:14 PM
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Sorry I didn't respond sooner, Gerry, but my son is here visiting and I was chatting with him.
I'm sure you'll work it out soon and we'll see some lovely photos of the famous Broome sunset.
12/Sep/10 7:14 PM
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Aren't you glad I'm back from Sydney?
12/Sep/10 7:15 PM
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In the past few weeks I have gone through the Archives backward till Dec.last, about 300+ puzzles,and I am not appreciably faster.I will try your solution,CP. (I found the smilies,now to find the elusive spellcherk!)
12/Sep/10 7:29 PM
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Is this what an Ice-cream Sandwich looks like?

12/Sep/10 7:49 PM
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Afternoon all..
12/Sep/10 7:50 PM
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Hi Rolanda,how's the weather in Perth?
12/Sep/10 8:06 PM
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Chilly Billy Gerry... Rained overnight, other than that it was a noice sunny day.
12/Sep/10 8:20 PM
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and up in Broome?... Not that I really want to know how warm it is up there.
12/Sep/10 8:21 PM
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35ºC today.Low humidity though.Not unpleasant.It might rain later this week.
12/Sep/10 8:31 PM
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35C is a tad too hot, personally I like a noice Sunny, Spring Like Day, with a Temperature of around 25C.

12/Sep/10 8:36 PM
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It will get down to 23ºC tonight.T.V. says 2º down south.BRRR. I spent a winter in York and then summer in Kulin,very extreme,-3º in York and 40-45ºC in Kulin.No thanx.25ºC is just right for this Goldilocks.
12/Sep/10 8:49 PM
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Bit late doing the puzzle.
12/Sep/10 9:24 PM
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1.57 One of yours, Keith?
12/Sep/10 9:30 PM
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Rolanda and Gerry - we had a day like that today - nice sunny spring day - 24c! Just right
12/Sep/10 9:39 PM
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Today in summary....

Easy – The Red Dog Saloon. Complete with fire hydrant. How thoughtful.

Chris – First out of the starting blocks today. Had to have a second shot though.

Old Hickory/John – Trail along.

Anne – Is up More...
12/Sep/10 9:48 PM
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Today in summary.... continued

Gerry – Posts a link to an ‘ice cream sandwich’. Over to you Karen is it or is it not?

Rolanda/Gerry – Exchange weather forecasts.

Until tomorrow.......
12/Sep/10 9:49 PM
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Yes lovely day here too CynB. I managed to get out in the garden this afternoon.
12/Sep/10 9:51 PM
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Good evening everyone! How did your sundays go? Horrible weather here in perth again! Windy and cold! :(!
I hear the weather is better over east though Viv?
12/Sep/10 9:54 PM
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Rolanda, where abouts in perth are you? What do you rekon of the weather at the moment where is this summer i hear so much of!
12/Sep/10 9:56 PM
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Evening Aussie.chick, I would be happy with Spring first before the summer heat hits us..
It was cold and windy today, brrr.
I live South of the River, and you live.....

Cynthia.. Today was not as bad as when you and C was here a couple of years ago.
12/Sep/10 10:06 PM
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I would appriciate any warmer weather at all Rolanda, I thnik we havent had a day over 20 degrees for about 3 weeks now!! Brrr! I live in the northern suberbs but work in the city.
12/Sep/10 10:30 PM
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Gerry, that is what homemade sandwiches look like. Here is a link to what commercially made ones generally look like
20*C is 68*F right? It's amusing what you guys describe as 'cold' and 25* would not be Spring temps but Summer temps for us 'topsiders', although our Texans would probably relish some 75* 'summer temps'!
12/Sep/10 10:48 PM
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Hi Shannon!
I totally understand what you mean, I don't think we can really complain, but us australians are a lot more used to hot weather then cold! For us a day with 17 degrees highest temp is pretty cold!
12/Sep/10 10:53 PM
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Hey Phantom - I didn't know one of the seven dwarfs lived at my house.
12/Sep/10 11:17 PM
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Shannon that is a Monaco Bar,Used to be an Eskimo Pie, many years back.Yumm.
17ºC is too cold for me.Brrrr.I would have to turn the fan off and put a sheet on the bed.
12/Sep/10 11:21 PM
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Haha Gerry, rub it in why don't you!! I haven't been so cold in years!! This is my first winter in perth, previously spent 4 years in Thailand where it doesn't go below 25!!!! I bet Broome is pretty much the same!
12/Sep/10 11:26 PM
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Yes,I'm half-way between Perth and the Equator,seasonal tropics,with a wet and dry season.
12/Sep/10 11:32 PM
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