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07-19-2018, 03:46 PM   #31
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Mosquito Creek Map | Australia Google Satellite Maps
So that's why people get lost trying to find us using satnav! Try the other side of Australia at 28 12.11 S 151 20.3 E

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So that's why people get lost trying to find us using satnav! Try the other side of Australia at 28 12.11 S 151 20.3 E
Goodness me. It turns out that I've driven past your place (sort of) dozens of times over the years. I'll give a shout, next time I'm in Goondiwindi.
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If you can find Mosquito Creek ….
Hi PJ1

Damn you live everywhere

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Damn you live everywhere

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Yeah, given you all are just a simulation run by NASA, it must be easy to walk on/off one scene to another.

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Yeah, given you all are just a simulation run by NASA, it must be easy to walk on/off one scene to another.
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If only we were we could see the world in person ...but alas
Every creek is mosquito creek at least in Australia.

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If only we were we could see the world in person ...but alas
Every creek is mosquito creek at least in Australia.

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LOL - yep, it's interesting how you see that type of thing. I've made it to Europe a number of times, but still need to get down to your part of the world. Oh, and sorry about all the mosquitoes - that bites!
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LOL - yep, it's interesting how you see that type of thing. I've made it to Europe a number of times, but still need to get down to your part of the world. Oh, and sorry about all the mosquitoes - that bites!
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Mossies like golden hour so use plenty of aeroguard,other than that come'on down

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yes the trick or treat thing, was never a thing when I was young.
We were too busy blowing stuff up with crackers back then. Give me a good ant hill demolition over getting dressed up any day.

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We were too busy blowing stuff up with crackers back then. Give me a good ant hill demolition over getting dressed up any day.
I'm old enough to remember penny bungers and twopenny bungers for Guy Fawkes night (5 Nov). Commemorating a massive terrorist plot with explosives seems a bit dubious, but as items of cultural imperialism go, I'd prefer Guy Fawkes to Halloween or Thanksgiving.
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We were too busy blowing stuff up with crackers back then. Give me a good ant hill demolition over getting dressed up any day.
absolutely yes, and blowing up letter boxes with penny bungers

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I'm old enough to remember penny bungers and twopenny bungers for Guy Fawkes night

me too
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