What do these two photos have in common?
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What do these two photos have in common?
Nice photo, you are really getting the look there.
That's why the Russians didn't build a base there.
I'd rather a battle of the bands than a battle of bombs.
I had a malignant melanoma on my back and had it cut out and they got it all.
This was taken a couple of years ago when my daughter last visited from the US. Rafter and his boat, I've made all my grandkids one of these...two out of four so far anyway. The other two are still a...
I mentioned the Home Energy Saving Scheme a few weeks ago. This scheme helped people improve and modify their energy usage. It was a very good scheme and helped people save literally $100s per year...
People on low incomes get a CO2 rebate to offset any increase on price. That will disappear and I greatly doubt prices will come down, there will be an excuse as to why they don't. Also it is going...
We would have been heading back in by then Duncan. What a shame we missed you, at 1pm I'd say we had just turned into Terranora Inlet. Managed to get all the way round to Boyds Bay bridge before the...
It's in the dialogue coming from the Libs.
Sounds a bit like the threat, " I can see your house from here."
Thanks Peter, what a beautiful aircraft and a superb restoration.
One thing I've discovered with the JR is sailing to windward the sheet is eased more than would be normal on a BM rig. Harden in the sheet when tacking and she will just fall off the wind.
I think one of the staves in my mast has 5 scarfs in it.
I was going to take some photos but they would just be more of JR full of wind. I need some shots of her from another. boat. Getting out of the berth was fun and games but we managed without hitting...
We mainly had a NE wind but occasion ly it would swing around to the SW, or so it seemed. We had some good windward runs but tide played hell with tacks.
One of our best sails on the Tweed today, just bliss ona stick. Top speed 6.7kts...probably a 1-2 kt current there as well....
I have no set plans on the loo. We had talked of buying a commercial model but that ain't gunna happen now. The wheelie bin model is tempting.
Started digging holes for my new bathroom, one dug so far and I only need four. I'm using the base of the cradle I built to transport Redwing as my floor framing. Good size heavy timber, which is why...
Friend of mine had bad shoulder and chest pain, so they put him on some happy pills just in case it was a heart problem. He reckons he spent a whole day quite happily staring at a wall.
By doing exactly what they accused Labor of doing back under Rudd, telling everyone how bad it is....
Given that Holden is not even Australian and a high % of the parts they use are sourced overseas. Then apart from wages what benefit is there in keeping them here? The hundreds of millions of dollars...
Yeah, at least we broke even. We're already thinking about how it can be done better for next year. It's a problem with free gate events. I've talked her into raising the table price for starters,...
Well the present government is certainly talking us into one.
Sounds like a case of the munchies.:D
Well, looks like the safety gear is on hold. I've had to take a 50% cut in the money I'm getting from the festival. The sales from the bar weren't as good...
What the hell is wrong with these people? brainless or what!
This should not even be an issue. If you believe then fine and if you don't well that's fine as well. For Christians it's a religious holyday and for the rest of us it's a holiday and a time to catch...
I'm not sure but I believe Oz was asked/told not to get involved when the Indos invaded. I would say the Howard government was reluctant to send troops into ET after the referendum partly because...
It was the Labor party that looked the other way when the Indonesians invaded ET. It was the Liberal Party that tried to look the other way when the Indonesians trashed the place and massacred people...
Personally i don't care what the level of radiation is, many local people have had their lives severely disrupted. The clean up should have been given a higher priority far sooner.
It will be...unfortunately Kerry informs me I have to wait till she has crunched the numbers before I get paid. Bit disappointed about that.
Should be ordering my new outboard bracket today.
I agree. There's some really dodgy stuff happening that if done by the Labor party would be front page.
We live in interesting times.
What a nasty piece of work he is.
Oz shafted ET when the Indos invaded and we shafted them again over the oil and gas reserves when the Indos left. The only good we did was go in and make sure the Indos did leave and stayed out but...
I like her.
The Byron Echo coverage of the festival.
All packed away apart from the bamboo and I don't have to be anywhere early tomorrow. A sleep in!
Top shot Rick.
Yeah, generating income. :D
The rules are simple. The forum is place for discussion and as you would face to face.
The primary aim of the festival to promote the food grown in the area and served here, generate jobs and income possibilities.
Typing on the Nexus is fiddly but we really lucked it with weather. We figure a crowd around the two thousand mark. Learnt some good lessons for next year. I both seriously ache all over. It's hard...
The US of A and China sharing the World,hmmm, could be like Spain Portugal divvying up the New World.
Friday we started site set up, Friday it bucketed down! Saturday heavy overcast drizzle interspersed with rain showers. Food traders setting up in the rain the big marques going up. Punters arriving...
China ups the stakes.
This has the makings of something nasty.
Nobody seems particularly concerned about the Israeli's having nuclear weapons.
Meanwhile Israeli settlers cut down the Palestinian olive groves in an attempt to force Palestinians off their land.