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Hello From Priscilla Queen of the Canal
Boy what a week we have had on the canal. Started last Saturday 17th and have just finished this morning.
It has been a great week, started off very hot for the first few days (one night it was 10pm and still 33 degrees) so of course on deck, drinks in hand and relax mode kicked in.
FROM TASMANIA WE DID COME
TO FRANCE TO BARGE TO HAVE SOME FUN
CARLOS WE DID MEET
UPON A BOAT WE DID
FROM IRELAND HE DID
HAIL, WITH LISP HE DID SPEAK
TO COPY SCOTT DID TRY,
HE SO DID MAKE US LAUGH AND CRY
DON’T YOU BONJOUR
ME!!!!!!! CARLOS DID SHOUT
NO PHOTO DID WE …
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