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 HELLO PAGE TWO!!!!! 25/Jul/17 11:50 AM |  |
 Now I can go to bed. Night all. 25/Jul/17 11:52 AM |  |
 Here are the results of the short ECCO poozle. Okay it is poozle time, a short and simple ECCO puzzle. It is an ECCO puzzle about countries. Don’t forget that the last letter of each word is the first letter of the next. The number of letters are indicated. F - - - 4 SOUTH More... 25/Jul/17 12:32 PM |  |
 Night Hal. 25/Jul/17 12:33 PM |  |
 Well what luck, I have arrived at 44, the number of legs on 22 sulpher crested cockatoos - they're screeching just outside the house at the moment. 25/Jul/17 12:37 PM |  |
 I took to long to reach 44, but I'll have to settle for 45, and now 46? 25/Jul/17 12:38 PM |  |
 Good Night Hal and all the other East Coasters. 25/Jul/17 12:39 PM |  |
 Wow! You're so lucky Wombat! Imagine having 22 cockatoos outside, schreeching. All we have at the moment are the bluejays & robins. 25/Jul/17 12:40 PM |  |
 Believe me Snowbird, 22 screeching cockatoos outside ones window is not funny. 25/Jul/17 1:04 PM |  |
 I'll go with the bluejays and robins. 25/Jul/17 1:05 PM |  |
 ''Old age is fifteen years older than I am''~~~ Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes 25/Jul/17 1:46 PM |  |
 Help me! I landed in 'area 51'... 25/Jul/17 1:47 PM |  |
 But then you escaped to area 52 DoA, so nothing to worry about. 25/Jul/17 2:21 PM |  |
 I'm inclined to agree with Peter, especially when they decide to descend on our pistachio tree and eat all the fruit. 25/Jul/17 2:23 PM |  |
 In fact they prune thee tree. They bite off about a foot of the end of the branch, hold it in one claw and eat the fruit. 25/Jul/17 2:26 PM |  |
 We don't have blue jays in Australia, but we do have a variety of robins, yellow breasted and a variety of reds. They are fairly rare in the Canberra area. 25/Jul/17 2:29 PM |  |
 Now I can claim a CP and go back to my novel. 25/Jul/17 2:30 PM |  |
 An interesting question, how many Chinese cities are larger than the largest US city? Actually I have some doubts about the data base as it includes Brisbane but not Sydney or Melbourne. 25/Jul/17 4:02 PM |  |
 Probably a Queensland data base, Wombat. Unreliable one day erratic the next! 25/Jul/17 4:26 PM |  |
 Y'know I could continue posting from here...... 25/Jul/17 4:26 PM |  |
 Tara caught a mouse the other day. My son hates mice and thinks she's terrific. 25/Jul/17 4:28 PM |  |
 As soon as you mention walk she gets so excited she runs around the house throwing her toys in the air. 25/Jul/17 4:30 PM |  |
 Given her size, (She is small for a greyhound but big enough) surprisingly she never makes contact with any furniture......but her toys do! 25/Jul/17 4:32 PM |  |
 She met up with a couple of whippets today. Fact whippets are not as fast as greyhounds. 25/Jul/17 4:33 PM |  |
 She handles small dogs and puppies OK but cats and possums have no place on the planet according to her. 25/Jul/17 4:34 PM |  |
 Clickety click.... 25/Jul/17 4:35 PM |  |
 My work here is done. ECCO poozle tomorrow - All about birds.....the feathered type DOA! 25/Jul/17 4:36 PM |  |
 'Unreliable one day, erratic the next'. I can't wait to catch up with a Queenslander.I love your Tara stories too, keep them coming.I used to have a Whippet car, but I sold it to a man who had a whippet called Whippy. Fact. 25/Jul/17 4:43 PM |  |
 1:36. Good evening everyone. 25/Jul/17 7:48 PM |  |
 Wombat and any other Aussie that is aware of Greyhound Coaches (They have nothing to do with the US company - no relation).Greyhound started when a fella called Penfold ran a service from Towoomba to Brisbane many years back in the 20s. The vehicle he used was a Whippet which has a running More... 25/Jul/17 8:00 PM |  |
 Wombat, this could be the reason why Brisbane is listed and not the others. The City of Brisbane is the local government area that has jurisdiction over the inner portion of the metropolitan area of Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, Australia. Brisbane is located in the county of Stanley More... 25/Jul/17 8:06 PM |  |
 That explains it all Peter, Brisbane does belong. I should have read the fine print.The information about the Whippet/Greyhound Busline is interesting too. Mine was a 1928 4cylinder model. Its radiator cap was plain, but was almost certainly the original. They later made a six, and that would have been more practical for a bus. I'll do some checking. 25/Jul/17 8:51 PM |  |
 My daughter once worked in a Vet surgery (while she put herself through university studying art) when I had to give our cat medication she would grab the cat at the back of the neck forcing it's head back. Pop the pill in it's mouth and stroke the throat to make the cat swallow. I could never repeat her action when she was away from home. 25/Jul/17 11:04 PM |  |
 Busy couple of days. Sorry I missed your short puzzle Wombat. I enjoyed doing the previous one. It has been another treatment day so I think it is now my bed time. 25/Jul/17 11:06 PM |  |
 It is good to hear from you June. I do wonder how you are standing the strain of your radiation and what effect it is having on the tumour. 25/Jul/17 11:59 PM |  |
 LPOTD 25/Jul/17 11:59 PM |  |
 And the first post of a brand new day 26/Jul/17 12:00 AM |  |

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