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I overheard that one of the Tasmanian
devils, Noni, died/was put to sleep that day. It is sad, but she was
beyond ancient. Devils average 6 years in captivity. Noni was 8.5! It
was a good thing for her to go, but I feel for the keepers at Lone
Pine. Between Junior the devil and Smiggins the dingo in the past two
months and the monitor, lizard and Noni in the past few days, things
... Keno games (bingo) and some serious line dancing going on. A great place for people watching and great craic with Gary and Rel.A visit to the State Library in Brisbane where we saw the exhibits celebrating the 100th Anzac anniversary dedicated to Queenslanders. Very interesting and very moving. Watching the final of the Australian TV reality series "The Batchelor" when Sam (said Batchelor ) swam the smallest distance of the hotel pool purely to ...
... by palms and
vivid green plants. At one part, they had a mound of packed
coral/cement offal with a level top and benches overlooking a large
field. The entire place was utterly industrial and yet utterly
natural. I have never seen such stark contrasts work so oddly well.
So, I have officially done all the volunteer
placements at Lone Pine (macropods, floating, mammals, koalas, birds,
and barn). Let's see what tomorrow brings!
... me flight booked to Perth for the 24th...in an Airbus, bit nervous now!!! Bill at Sandy Cape...cold, but getting ready to fish. Me a trip up to Mt Tamborine, lunch at St Bernard's Hotel overlooking the coast. 14/7 Bill still at Sandy Cape. Me visit to the cemetery, nice bright flowers. A visit to Matty..loved surprising her! Bill 45 whiting at Sandy Cape. Saturday 15/7 me cleaning and sorting ...
... city of Brisbane. Interestingly enough our Garmin GPS took us through the downtown and over the famous Story Bridge. There is a lot of water around and we did tell the GPS to avoid polls so maybe that's why we drove through the CBD. Not too long into our hike - twist - cry of pain - not again. Christine rolled her bad ankle on a flat part of the trail. Weak ankles officially suck. Our freedom of being able to walk and hike at an adults ...