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194808 [2016/02/16 23:13]
kennettj
194808 [2016/03/22 09:28]
kennettj [Gossip]
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 connection). That a blow, and the wind howled fiercely. connection). That a blow, and the wind howled fiercely.
  
-Being a lady, and all other rooms being locked, I invited the boys into my parlour. Dumping our racks, we went for a look round Robertson, with the hopes of having a feed. However, all the Shops+Being a lady, and all other rooms being locked, I invited the boys into my parlour. Dumping our racks, we went for a look round Robertson, with the hopes of having a feed. However, all the shops
 being shut, Ire decided to make do with our remaining scraps and have a real "​blow"​ in Wollongong.  being shut, Ire decided to make do with our remaining scraps and have a real "​blow"​ in Wollongong.
  
-Returning to the "Ladies Waiting Room we made ourselves thoroughly at home - spreading groundsheets+Returning to the Ladies Waiting Room we made ourselves thoroughly at home - spreading groundsheets
 on the floor and food on the chairs and in no time we were tucking into bread and spread, cheese and condensed milk. Then, with hours still to go, five of us formed ourselves into a solid mass to on the floor and food on the chairs and in no time we were tucking into bread and spread, cheese and condensed milk. Then, with hours still to go, five of us formed ourselves into a solid mass to
 compatibly keep each other warm, while the near member kept aloof, aloft on two chairs. compatibly keep each other warm, while the near member kept aloof, aloft on two chairs.
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 After that, it was time to pack up and take the main track to return to Bundeena. The guests lived at Hurstville, and, of course, one would have expected the hon. organiser to have escorted them home. But not so ! Upon arrival there, who should alight with a fair damsel on  each side - Max ! (See Para.2) ​ and after his recent lucky escape from a widow! (See June issue). ​ After that, it was time to pack up and take the main track to return to Bundeena. The guests lived at Hurstville, and, of course, one would have expected the hon. organiser to have escorted them home. But not so ! Upon arrival there, who should alight with a fair damsel on  each side - Max ! (See Para.2) ​ and after his recent lucky escape from a widow! (See June issue). ​
  
-Oh, well---Take our tip. Organise a private walk - You'll be surprised ---so will your friends.+Oh, well --- Take our tip. Organise a private walk - You'll be surprised ---so will your friends.
  
  
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-**FOOD PARTY FOR TWO**: Sorry, but I must have my wheatmeal Porridge. Nothing else stays byme.:. On the first morning I thought I'​d'​ have sausages as well."+**FOOD PARTY FOR TWO**: Sorry, but I must have my wheatmeal Porridge. Nothing else stays by me. On the first morning I thought I'​d'​ have sausages as well."
  
-"​Sausages! ​ I couldn'​t eat sausages for breakfast'. I'll have an egg. But what about the evening meal? We could have fresh meat the first night and perhaps bacon the next."+"​Sausages! ​ I couldn'​t eat sausages for breakfast. I'll have an egg. But what about the evening meal? We could have fresh meat the first night and perhaps bacon the next."
  
 "Fresh meat's rather heavy. Actually, I always carry dried meat for dinner : it's so light and catsmeat stew is so filling."​ "Fresh meat's rather heavy. Actually, I always carry dried meat for dinner : it's so light and catsmeat stew is so filling."​
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