The Hotel Jacaranda
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... new to them fifth wheel camper, I could see the twinkle in Phil's eyes a mile away. It was also great fun going out on the trails, picking oranges and grapefruit right off the trees. We also made friends with a couple who camped there - Earl and Linda and their kids and grandkids. Earl says all you have to do is give these grandkids a swamp donkey and a biscuit and they can entertain themselves for hours. Earl invited all of us over ...
... delight of packed crowds.
Banjos was sold out to The Melbourne Blues Appreciation Society. Today that address at 55 Chetwynd St is an Art Gallery Residence.
l moved to Merimbula NSW and bought an Oyster Farm, there. l helped to raise a daughter and lived a rural life.My oysters won awards at various food show including the Royal Sydney Food Show.
Apart from growing oysters,l have ...
... as the altitude changes, Mooneys are best up hi.
It only seems natural that electric ignition is going to make a difference.
Electroair are claiming 10%to %15 saving in efficiency especially at high altitude where l'm going to be, got to get one. www.electroair.net
l'm going to be posting my heights,speeds and fuel consumption so everyone will know if it makes a difference.
I always want to raise big animals and I read from magazine recently that some one really raises big ones at home, you know, tiger, lion, elephant that kind. It's impossible for me to dedicate my whole life to beasts, though my boyfriend is beast like more or less. Anyway, I like to travel to see animals. I have been to Denver Zoo and took pictures with Crazy monkeys. They are the funniest ...
... Where there were more check -in staff than usual, so we flew through to security which was also heavily manned and full off disgruntled women. No fluids or pastes allowed on, the confiscated trash bag was smelling like Boots perfume counter after an earthquake. And the third world debt could be cleared with the value of lip sticks and make up thrown away. So farewell to the chaotic pace of the US, and hello to chilled life of island living, Cayman ...