Walking the dog: some random photos

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  1. sue says:

    Love them all

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    1. ChristineR says:

      ❤ Thanks Sue.

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  2. Stunning. The good earth is alive and in bloom. 🙂 ❤ ❤

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  3. Outlier Babe says:

    Love your vine.

    You make your world look heavenly.

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    1. ChristineR says:

      The grass isn’t always greener on the other side, but I love it here. 🙂

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      1. Outlier Babe says:

        This is going to sound rude, but just chalk it up to me being American: My sister says in all the interviews she’s seen in Australia, people are always batting flies away from them. I haven’t seen that, and Margaret-Rose already put my mind to rest about giant spiders (she said she’s NEVER seen one indoors).

        So: Is your own corner of Eden fly-ridden, fly-free, or seasonally fly-bound?

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        1. ChristineR says:

          And you believed M-R? who lives in the middle of Sydney? Yep, we get flies in season – they like sweat. But the biggest spider I’ve seen inside here is only the Huntsman – about the size of the palm of my hand and that’s only to the end of his toes, not his body size. And they are a bit seasonal too. You didn’t mention the poisonous snakes? We get them too, in season. But not one in our house for years. 😀

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          1. Outlier Babe says:

            That’s that. So much for my relocation to your Paradise. I could never hack it!

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          2. ChristineR says:

            LOL. Millions do. ❤

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          3. Outlier Babe says:

            Yes, but think of that hardy stock you folks started from. You’re built to withstand far more than spideys and flies. Me (and other Amurricans), I’m such a mishmosh of whatever, my own parts fight each other.

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          4. ChristineR says:

            Oh yes, my rellies survived the potato famines in Ireland, and the Pommy agricultural worker system. I only have the one convict – a Londoner tiler who knocked off some silk in the 1830s – probably trying to get sent to Australia. Lucky they didn’t hang him instead. 😀

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