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... 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 ...
... Mooneys one is called Mooneyspace and it's a great forum for finding things about the aircraft and everything associated with it.
l shot a post looking for a mechanic in the Florida area and got a barrage of responses to go to
Phil Jimenez at Avon Park.
l chatted to him a few times on the phone.
Here's a fella that flies Mooneys and has owned Mooneys, perfect.
He shook my hand with a firm shake ...
... in the Town of Okeechobee.
As we were leaving the area we noticed a large group of large birds which we needed to investigate. We stopped to see an amazingly large group of birds - pelicans, wood storks, herons, vultures, all together in one location and appearing quite happy to be there. Wayne had to go closer to investigate all the birds much closer.
I stayed back in ...
... at their feeder but unfortunate the brightly coloured male did not make an appearance. It was quite windy which did not make for the best bird watching but we indicated we would try to return to see if we could have success with a sighting of the Painted Bunting tomorrow.
We pressed on to have a look at the Seminole Native Indian Reserve ...
Thank you for sharing this incredible experience with us. We didn't camp much but we're looking at places closer to home where we can pitch a tent and rough it for a few days. We have an annual pass to the national park system, so we have a lot of choices.
The trip was amazing but I feel like we barely scratched the surface of each place we visited. Traveling ...
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