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  • #110373
    unknown-user
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    Hi Laura,

    In answer to the tin lids….yes, I have seen Tassie Devils, but not that often in the wild. You more hear them at night, making these nasty sounding noises and fighting (they are nocturnal and scavengers, and cute, but bitey!). And yes, Tasmania is cool…as in cold! It’s the coldest part of Australia. We get the currents from antartica.

    Cheers,

    Curls.

    #110374
    unknown-user
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    Heide,

    I belonged to Gulf Coast Harpers about 5 years ago when I first started
    with the harp, but no longer. It would be cool to get together
    sometime. My main drawback is that my husband needs to schlepp the harp
    for me as I cannot lift it due to knee problems. We really arent that
    far away from each other as I live north of Katy between I-10 & 290.

    Driving the Katy Freeway is not too bad for me as my hours are 7 to 4.

    Nice chatting with you.

    Alice

    #110375
    sherry-lenox
    Participant

    OT- Don’t know if anyone gets animal channel or not. There was a show about some naturalists who raise orphaned Devil pups, and they ARE cute until they learn to bite!

    #110376
    unknown-user
    Participant

    Hi Sherry,

    they always know how to bite! I went to a devil park once and

    #110377
    kay-lister
    Member

    I always thought the little “devils” were made up story book charactors.

    #110378
    unknown-user
    Participant

    Piccie in the post to you already Kay!

    #110379
    unknown-user
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    Elizabeth

    Was just at a wedding up your way (and then some) in Powell River/Lund?
    Wedding was up on Manzanita Bluff. Beautiful up there, have you ever
    been?

    Quite a long trek from our home in Houston. Left 4:30 AM and got to our
    hotel at 7:00 PM

    #110380
    john Doe
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    LA

    #110381
    unknown-user
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    #110382
    holly-brennan
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    Don’t know if you’ve seen any of my other threads….but the harp was dropped and broken the day before I was to get it…oh, that was a BAD day….

    And it was mahogany finish too….

    #110383

    Gosh,

    I live in borning Macon, Georgia… not that boring; we have more chuches per capita than any other city in the world!?!

    #110384
    Leigh Griffith
    Participant

    Even more than Houlton? Let’s see, greater Houlton area – 9500 people, 32 churches. (Sixteen of those in town).

    #110385
    Lisa McCann
    Participant

    I am a beginner in Fort Collins, Colorado (raised in Ohio, college in Kentucky, also lived in Chicago, Orlando, New Jersey and New Orleans).

    One of my co-workers once asked if I was in the witness re-location program!

    #110386

    Everyone in Macon seems so proud of the fact that we have more churches than any other city, so when you asked, I googled it… it’s all over that we “have more churches per capita” , but I couldn’t find an actual figure.

    #110387
    Leigh Griffith
    Participant

    I suspect that, as we are such a low population area, we are not even ‘on the radar’ so to speak.

    Leigh

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