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 Good Maen, good people. 23/Oct/17 12:00 AM |  |
 The rain and cold weather start tonight. We get one more day of and no-jacket weather. The descent towards winter starts tonight. At least the projected clouds and rain could protect us from a first frost until November arrives. 23/Oct/17 12:07 AM |  |
 Ha. I started the post, put my phone down, did some stuff, picked up the phone and continued writing the post and accidentally repeated myself. That's okay, I guess. No one seems to be around to notice. 23/Oct/17 12:10 AM |  |
 Hmm. I wonder if I can make a top of the day cp? What shall I talk about? We have gotten this delivery of firewood split and stacked and are awaiting the next load. As it's late in the season that load won't be as pleasant to take. Are of as this first load was. 23/Oct/17 12:14 AM |  |
 We had company yesterday, so we had good food, games and movie watching. And I got a call from a parent who wants to help 4-H by stepping up into project leadership. All around, a good day, though a tad exhausting. Now, off to church. 23/Oct/17 12:17 AM |  |
 Hello Plum. 23/Oct/17 1:10 AM |  |
 Good morning Plum & Joe along with all topsiders who follow later, have a grand last day of summer. When our hosts arise and make an appearance, good day to you, too! 23/Oct/17 1:31 AM |  |
 RIP Holden-manufactured autos! 23/Oct/17 1:33 AM |  |
 Morning. 23/Oct/17 2:13 AM |  |
 everyone!!! 23/Oct/17 2:21 AM |  |
 Everybody! I got here late today and find many others missing also! 23/Oct/17 2:24 AM |  |
 Having a great breakfast! Pineapple coconut pancakes with pureed strawberries as syrup, bacon, AND fresh pineapple from my plant! Gave one to a neighbor and still have one growing! 23/Oct/17 2:25 AM |  |
 Good morning to all! It's a lovely day here in Ottawa! 23/Oct/17 2:29 AM |  |
 Nice tree with an unusual name. 23/Oct/17 4:33 AM |  |
 Good morning all. Enjoy your winter. I'm off to lie on the beach in the shade of the palm trees and have the waiter bring me a maitai on a silver tray. 23/Oct/17 4:57 AM |  |
 DotCom, I think all of us northern top-siders will need a bit of that Mai Tai to tide us over to Spring!!! 23/Oct/17 5:53 AM |  |
 Meanwhile, we'll just enjoy our last warm day of Autumn! Ahhhhhhhh! 23/Oct/17 5:54 AM |  |
 1.56 23/Oct/17 5:57 AM |  |
 Since those days mean Box Elder bugs around here... I'm going outside to wreak havoc with my dish detergent & water spray. 23/Oct/17 5:57 AM |  |
 Morning all, last month when we traveled to Robinvale it was like a sea of yellow along the side of the road with the spring flowering wattle in bloom. 23/Oct/17 6:12 AM |  |
 1:27. Good morning everyone. 23/Oct/17 6:14 AM |  |
 Suzanne,Jack and LeeB 23/Oct/17 6:21 AM |  |
 mAen, Joann, watza cootamundra wattle? 23/Oct/17 6:28 AM |  |
 Google knows all:Acacia baileyana or Cootamundra wattle is a shrub or tree in the genus Acacia. The scientific name of the species honours the botanist Frederick Manson Bailey. Cootamundra Wattle is a bushy shrub or small tree, 3-10 m high with smooth grey to brown bark and silvery to blue-grey foliage. 23/Oct/17 7:33 AM |  |
 As opposed to Golden Wattle, Australia's national flower. 23/Oct/17 7:34 AM |  |
 Also opposed to the fact that the Cootamundra is native to New South Wales, is widely cultivate, but is considered a weed of roadsides and woodland. It flowers from June to September. Those would have been the sea of yellow Amelia saw along the roadways. 23/Oct/17 7:50 AM |  |
 Cootamundra Wattle - John Williamson......enjoy https://youtu.be/AN_AqUK_3LM 23/Oct/17 9:42 AM |  |
 Cootamundra is a town in the Riverina area of New South Wales. 23/Oct/17 9:44 AM |  |
 Thank You Amelia from Medowie!! 23/Oct/17 10:19 AM |  |
 As I look out the window here I can see several Cootamundra Wattles. They are prolific seeders and thus can become weeds. But they are truly splendid when they are in full bloom and a welcome harbinger of Spring. 23/Oct/17 11:04 AM |  |
 G'day all. 23/Oct/17 12:58 PM |  |
 Here are the answers to Saturday's poozle.ANAGRAM .. SAME LETTERS. DIFFERENT WORD BUSHFIRE .. WILDFIRE CIVILISE / CIVILIZE .. SOPHISTICATE DARJEELING .. TYPE OF TEA EVOKING .. CALLING FORTH FABLE .. LEGEND GERMANY .. DEUTSCHLAND HYPNOTISM .. More... 23/Oct/17 3:28 PM |  |
 Sorry, missed it earlier - Jack! 23/Oct/17 7:21 PM |  |
 Off to the doctors tomorrow - he is removing a couple of 'foreign' growths on my neck. Hopefully the head stays! 23/Oct/17 10:35 PM |  |

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