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Gusman
51-55, M
Australia
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3 Mths Active
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1st 2 Yrs of SW
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50 Stories
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Compassionate, Empathetic, Happily Single
I Like to Remember the Good Times
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Growing up on the West Coast of Tasmania I would often go fishing on Macquarie Harbour, The Gordon and Braddon Rivers. Also at a place called Trial Harbour. We had a shack there. Only about 20 shacks in total. Looking at pictures of Trial Harbour ...
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Aug 11, 2017
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Only a Cartoon Character ?
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One or two of you SWeeps had the temerity to call me " Nothing but a Cartoon Character " May I remind you I am an "Unstoppable Tornado of Destruction" Woe betide those who cross me.
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Aug 8, 2017
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Miscellaneous
I Love Watching Lightning
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Growing up on the West Coast of Tasmania I only ever experienced "Sheet Lightning". That is when the lightning is hidden inside the clouds. So the whole sky lights up. Moving to Western Australia, I first encountered cloud to ground lightni...
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Jul 27, 2017
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I Love Nature and the Great Outdoors
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Some pictures of a very green Tasmania where I was born. Tasmania. Almost completely forested. Confluence of the Incredible Gordon and Franklin Rivers. Banks of the Gordon River. Deep inside the Cool Temperate Rain Forest of the Tarkine/Arthur River...
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Jul 9, 2017
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I Live In Australia
Want to pet some of our Native Wildlife? Large Aussie Crocodiles Cassius, 17'11" Brutus 18' 4" Dominator 20'
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I Live In Australia
Some points of interest in the State of Victoria, Australia Captain Cook's Cottage Originally located in Yorkshire, England, and built by the parents of Captain James Cook, the cottage was brought to Melbourne by Sir Russell Grimwade in 1934. ...
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2 days ago
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I Love Trivia
Western Australia has the longest, unbroken wire mesh fence in the world. 1833 km,(1139 m) running from Esperance in the south to Port Hedland on the north coast. Two other fences make a combined distance of 3256 km. It took 6 years to build. This is...
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2 days ago
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I Believe Life Is a Life Long Lesson
Over the years I think many of us have some regrets for not keeping in contact with many of those who have past through our lives. Whether they were once close friends or family members, we do from time to time reminisce on what could have been. One ...
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Sep 6, 2017
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I Love Nature and the Great Outdoors
Shark Bay, Western Australian locals. Emus Beach combing Lucky Bay Esperance Family of Kangaroos enjoying the beach kalumburu local. Bad Ass Crocodile Margaret River sometime local Humpback Whale WA desert Thorny Dragon Wandoo National Park The ...
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Sep 2, 2017
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I Love Nature
The whales are back. Humpback Whales have been spotted off Western Australia. Amazing journey they take every year. 13 000 km round trip between Australia and Antarctica. They come here to have their bubs. Calves. They will be here until November. So...
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Sep 2, 2017
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I Can Be Naive and Gullible
At least I was young and naive, way back when. An anecdote from my teenage years Used to fish Macquarie Harbour as a youngster. One time I was dropped off onto Cat Island, and stayed there alone over night until the others returned in the morning. I...
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Aug 31, 2017
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I Care About The Environment
Pity our forefathers never had the foresight to see into the future when they began to mine the West Coast of Tasmania. This was Queenstown, pre 1893 before The Mt Lyell Copper Mine began. 50 years later it had become a moonscape The above Picture ...
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Aug 31, 2017
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I Love Wrestling
At least, I used to love Wrestling. When wrestling was "real". World Championship Wrestling ran from 1964 to 1978 and was televised every Sat and Sun mornings. With the vociferous Jack Little screaming, " Wham, Bam, Thank you Mam, ...
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Aug 31, 2017
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I Love Nature
Here in Australia we have numerous shark attacks every year. In fact, since 2007 there have been in excess of 180 attacks on humans in Australian waters. 21 of which have been fatal. Pressure is mounting to cull the supposed Killer Sharks because the...
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Aug 30, 2017
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I Live In Australia
Ballarat. Victoria, Australia. Sovereign Hill. As it was then it still is now. An open air Museum which has been operating since 1970. Sovereign Hill depicts the first 10 years of the discovery of Gold in 1851. The complex is located on a 25-hecta...
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Aug 28, 2017
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I Read Non-fiction
One month ago I wrote about a book called, " No Go Zones ", How Sharia Law is spreading to America. Having now read the book I concur that the time has arrived for action before any more damage can be done. Why are these places flourishing...
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Aug 28, 2017
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I Live In Australia
Ballarat. Victoria, Australia. Sovereign Hill. As it was then it still is now. An open air Museum which has been operating since 1970. Sovereign Hill depicts the first 10 years of the discovery of Gold in 1851. The complex is located on a 25-hecta...
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Aug 28, 2017
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Time to visit Mandurah ?
Yesterday I introduced you to a smidgen of the beauty of Rockingham Western Australia which is 50 km south of Perth. Today I have travelled a little further south to Mandurah. WA's second largest city. Situated on the shores of the Peel/Harvey E...
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Aug 22, 2017
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I Left My Home Town
Could you play Footy on a Gravel Oval ? Queenstown on the West Coast of Tasmania has one of the few Gravel Footy ovals in Australia. The first game of Aussie Rules was played in 1895. At the height of the competition the WTFA had 10 teams from all ...
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Aug 20, 2017
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Could you play Footy on a Gravel Oval ?
Queenstown on the West Coast of Tasmania has one of the few Gravel Footy ovals in Australia. The first game of Aussie Rules was played in 1895. At the height of the competition the WTFA had 10 teams from all over the West Coast. Made up of Miners fro...
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Aug 20, 2017
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