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all.
20/Jun/17 12:00 AM
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Good morning and goodnight all
20/Jun/17 12:03 AM
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Is that a koala?
20/Jun/17 12:04 AM
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Yes it is HalT, But not its first choice of leaves though
20/Jun/17 12:15 AM
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Your LPOTD yesterday was downright poetic, Hal, suitable after Wombat's posting of an actual poem.
20/Jun/17 12:48 AM
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Unusual and sweet.
20/Jun/17 1:58 AM
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everyone!!!
20/Jun/17 2:09 AM
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20/Jun/17 2:10 AM
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Saved a crayfish this morning while on my run! He was on the pavement with his claws towards me! I figured he must have been dropped by a predator, around here could be a coyote or egret. I picked it up and ran to the nearest water spot and dropped it in! Looked rather happy to be back in the water.
20/Jun/17 2:13 AM
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I have those koala clips all over my house, on lamps, on the electric breaker box, on top of the television. Cute to put a flower in, I guess using a thin glass tube for water. Best thing I bought in Australia, aside from the teapot spout strainers that do not exist in the United States. The koalas are far cuter.
20/Jun/17 2:19 AM
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Looks like a plumeria (frangipani) blossom in it.
20/Jun/17 2:20 AM
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Good morning.
20/Jun/17 3:18 AM
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It's very cold in the house this morning.
20/Jun/17 3:19 AM
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We turned the heater off before we went to bed and the temperature dropped a lot - 7 *C.
20/Jun/17 3:22 AM
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Poor heater - it's now working hard to bring the temperature up to a reasonable level.
20/Jun/17 3:23 AM
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Yes, I know it is probable more efficient to leave the heater on sleep cycle where it turns on when the temperature drops past a certain level, maintaining a cooler but not lots colder temp, but I have difficulty convincing the other occupant of the house of this logic.
20/Jun/17 3:28 AM
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I have one of those koala clips from Australia, too.

I just got home from playing cards. We ended early today because they are calling for severe thunderstorms this afternoon. A meeting I was supposed to go to this evening has been canceled. Now watch. We won't get anything.
20/Jun/17 5:21 AM
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Good mAen, good people. I have to keep an eye on the clock today as I've dropped Skye off to train as a professional pizza purveyor and need to be prompt in picking her up.
20/Jun/17 6:54 AM
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Good mAen 🌞🌦?? Heat wave has passed and windows are open -
20/Jun/17 6:54 AM
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Powerful poem, Wombat.
20/Jun/17 6:55 AM
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I am a seasoned train picker upper ! Son takes the train 6 days a week - song there?
20/Jun/17 6:55 AM
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We've had cold thunderstorms and hot sunny skies today. Different times today, but all in one day.
20/Jun/17 6:57 AM
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I love traveling by train. I've been fascinated by trains since I was little and could hear the train whistle from miles away. My mom used to 'lose' a children's book about a train - on top of the refrigerator - just to take a break from reading it to me when I was little.
20/Jun/17 7:03 AM
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Ha ha - you can tell what my mind is focused on ! Maybe having to sleep part of the night in my car - the boys snoring is our pain !
20/Jun/17 7:07 AM
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My favorite train song is 'City of New Orleans' written by Steve Goodman as recorded by Arlo Guthrie.
20/Jun/17 7:09 AM
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I'm watching a hummingbird visiting orange tiger lilies. The chicory is in bloom. I love the banks of chicory that line the roadways around here.
20/Jun/17 7:17 AM
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mymare - I'd invite you to come nap on a hammock near the chicory and lilies and hummingbirds, but you'd need to take a train and I'd have to meet you at the station to pick you up. And I snore, too.
20/Jun/17 7:19 AM
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CP, I feel your winter pains. Our household temp can fluctuate that much between having just stoked the woodstove and waking up to discover that no one got up to stoke it in the middle of the night.
20/Jun/17 7:22 AM
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Actually, it often varies that much between daytime and nighttime summer temps, too, but I don't mind at all as long as the temp is 66F or higher.
20/Jun/17 7:25 AM
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Morning all, seems the koala clip is popular overseas.
20/Jun/17 7:30 AM
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Here y'ar Plum - an Aussie train song......

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=flivgHFlvt4
20/Jun/17 8:40 AM
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Plum, A more gentle train sung on board an Australian icon by an Australian artist. When I was about nine and lived in Fern Tree Gully, we used to hear it blow its whistle as it finished its journey from Gembrook to Belgrave and then on to FTG. It now terminates at Belgrave as suburbia has More...
20/Jun/17 10:21 AM
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Judith Durham was the lead singer for the Seekers, Australia's answer to Peter, Paul and Mary.
20/Jun/17 10:25 AM
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Loved the Seekers, Wombat. Still do.
20/Jun/17 11:00 AM
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That's something we certainly agree on Peter. Are there any songs about the rack railway from Queenstown to Strachan?
20/Jun/17 11:19 AM
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Chris might like to do the Puffing Billy Great Train Race sometime if he hasn't done it already. It is 13.5 km long and the train takes just over 1 hour. Details on Google.
20/Jun/17 11:29 AM
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We were on Puffing Billy in 2003 (I think). It was a wonderful trip!
20/Jun/17 11:46 AM
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2:08 Good morning one and all!

I went to see the Seekers in Perth a number of years ago. They are brilliant singers and entertainers.
20/Jun/17 12:22 PM
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Hmmm. 'Bout time to turn the psge.
20/Jun/17 12:38 PM
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Bye, bye page 1.
20/Jun/17 12:39 PM
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