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Good morning all! Sunny but chilly today! Have a great day!
14/Sep/07 12:00 AM
Good Thursday Maen, all!
14/Sep/07 12:01 AM
Maen! - Glad to have you back.
14/Sep/07 12:01 AM
1:48 Maen! Gorgeous colors! First one done?
14/Sep/07 12:02 AM
Good Maen I had a lot of trouble logging on yesterday so finally I gave up and did the pzzle this morning. I hope all goes well today.
That is a great picture of sunset.
14/Sep/07 12:04 AM
Pretty colors! I love watching sunsets! I saw a magnificent one the other day! Gives you hope for a new day!
14/Sep/07 12:04 AM
2:00 Good evening all
A lovely sunset here in Albany this evening and a new moon.
14/Sep/07 12:13 AM
Forgive the repetition, but I posted the following message in "the twilight zone" (minutes before the changeover:

Rosemary - Wonderful news about your father!

Rayray - Your poem cut right to the quick. Good job! Should the media ever decide to publish "political More...
14/Sep/07 12:14 AM
What a gorgeous sunset!
14/Sep/07 12:16 AM
Rayray, you've been to Ingham many times?! How long ago was that? Are you in the geology field? I know of Ewan, as my grandmother lived there back when it was a thriving mining township. We don't normally go there, usually only as far as Hidden Valley or Paluma.
14/Sep/07 12:20 AM
1:45 Beautful sky!
14/Sep/07 12:20 AM
CP, thank you, you're so kind!!! (but you didn't need to add the 'not much' and the wink) lol
14/Sep/07 12:21 AM
all - another beautiful day in So. Oregon - leaves are starting to fall.

Great sunset - some of the most beautiful are when there are fires in the area.

I left the pair of videos related to 9-11 on my U-tube. I had planned to change out the videos yesterday, but More...
14/Sep/07 12:26 AM

On BARS of BAAS, and
Perhaps not to maliciously bore us,
some sheep ‘baa’ a noisy dawn chorus.
In attempting Beethoven’s unfinished:
their quality’s somewhat diminished.
For most of the sheep are tone deaf -
and read their music in the More...
14/Sep/07 12:32 AM
Susan from Ingham:
I used to go to Ewan in early 1970s. I was studying the plants there in relation to surface minerals. I used to drive various routes. My usual one was through Palluma and Hidden Valley then on to the race-course at Ewan itself. In Palluma (a wonderful place), I used to More...
14/Sep/07 12:42 AM
Noemi B and Shana Tova to all who are celebrating year 5768.
14/Sep/07 12:47 AM
This story is way too long! ( It will be posted in parts) So, dont read it unless you are rested and are really needing a soul shakeing belly laugh.


I never dreamed that slowly cruising on my motorcycle through a

residential More...
14/Sep/07 12:48 AM
part 2

I grabbed for him with my left hand. After a few misses, I finally

managed to snag his tail. With all my strength, I flung the evil

rodent off to the left of the bike, almost running into the right

curb as I recoiled from the throw.

That More...
14/Sep/07 12:49 AM
His attacks were continuing, and now I could not reach him. I was startled, to say the least. The combination of the force of the throw, only having one hand (the throttle hand) on the handlebars, and my jerking back unfortunately put a healthy twist through my right hand and into the throttle. A More...
14/Sep/07 12:52 AM
Rayray, thanks to your wonderful contribution, I shall have this uncontrollable smirk on my face as I am reminded of sheeps' musical version of Beethoven's!
14/Sep/07 12:57 AM
Now picture a large man on a huge black and chrome cruiser, dressed in jeans, a very raggedly torn T-shirt, wearing only one leather glove, roaring at probably 80 mph, still on one wheel, with a large puffy squirrel's tail sticking out of the mostly closed full-face helmet. By now, the screams More...
14/Sep/07 12:57 AM
Rayray, I was in primary school then. It's a pity that my dad and grandmother are no longer alive to ask about the station owner, but he's probably still there. I know Dad used to go to the Ewan Races in the 50s. I think the family owned a tin mine. You'll find the road to Paluma much superior to More...
14/Sep/07 1:01 AM
2:24. what a lovely sunset.great to have the site back after yesterday's problems.
14/Sep/07 1:02 AM
How beautiful colors of this sunset picture.
wonderful picture and very nice shot.
Good Morning all.
14/Sep/07 1:04 AM
Miz Tricia I do apologize for interrupting your comical story of the he-man and the insane squirrel. ROFL!!! Squirrels are devious! At my former school, we had a garden we thought was squirrel proof, until one day we saw a squirrel hanging UPSIDE DOWN from a branch helping himself to our produce!
14/Sep/07 1:05 AM
London: (AFP) British tourists have left the residents of one charming Austrian village effing and blinding by constantly stealing the signs for their oddly named village.

While British visitors are finding it hilarious, the residents of Fü¢king are failing to see the funny More...
14/Sep/07 1:07 AM
Susan from Ingham:
That is incredibly interesting. The family I know have a very small station with cattle, but in the 'good old days' the station was essentially a tin show and that is why their station is very small - because it was mainly a mineral prospect. Tin went downhill of course so More...
14/Sep/07 1:19 AM
shosho, no problem, you did not know you were posting in the midst of my story. That was a bit long for the board, but I laughed so much reading it, I had to share.
14/Sep/07 1:28 AM
2:02 infinite picture
14/Sep/07 1:52 AM
1:42 and great to be back after trying in vain to get onto the site yesterday. Glad it wasn't just me ...
14/Sep/07 1:52 AM
everyone. Didn't time today. Still drying tears from my eyes (from laughing so hard) after reading MixTricia's squirrel story. I was a naturalist for 9 years and meet many squirrels in that time. It is entirely possible that the story is true!!
14/Sep/07 2:29 AM
Oh, MizT, the Evil Mutant Attack Squirrel of Death was just too funny! Thanks for sharing and for my huge laugh for the day!
14/Sep/07 2:32 AM
Sure made for a fun "hard" jigsaw
Rayray, you continue to amaze! (and roast lamb is one of my favorites too) "Silence the bleating and let's start eating"!
14/Sep/07 2:49 AM
Great story MizT! Today's sunset is a challenging jigsaw if played with 'hard' option, even with Gath's handy "piece snap" feature.
14/Sep/07 2:59 AM
Tried to post yesterday before I had to go out but could not get on site,
Rosemary great news about your father.
Linda sorry for the loss of your beloved Nikki.

14/Sep/07 3:04 AM
Lovely photo. Would make a hard jigsaw puzzle.
14/Sep/07 3:05 AM
That S is quiet large might have to shrink it some, want to see this one
14/Sep/07 3:06 AM
What a squirrel! I have never heard the like!
Someone I know was knocked off his motor-bike by a pigeon, and sometimes, a squirrel, while standing on its hind legs, comes and knocks on my living-room window; but I have never encountered such aggressive squirrel activity as you describe.
14/Sep/07 3:12 AM
1:35. Good Maen to all.
14/Sep/07 3:21 AM
Good afternoon to all! Nice photo!

GATH: Considering you are on holidays for five days, thanks for getting the site back to normal!
14/Sep/07 3:32 AM
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