[plug] RQotD: Linux Great Southern Group?
blake.munro at gmail.com
Mon Jan 26 13:56:38 WST 2009
The old nanna smell? Please tell me it's not...! I'm sitting out the back here in perth on my pda and it's about 32. I wish I was in albany right now.
From: James Clarke <jamesc at global.net.au>
Sent: Monday, 26 January 2009 1:19 PM
To: plug at plug.org.au
Subject: Re: [plug] RQotD: Linux Great Southern Group?
I meant like winter in Albany, it's 6C at the moment, we had a little
bit of snow this morning but it melted in less than an hour.
However our house here is not made for the cold so I really feel it.
On our holidays to Albany we used to stay at a place across the road
from Middleton Beach which was an old place about the same age as this
one I'm staying in here. It has the same smell to it too!
On 26/01/2009, at 1:12 PM, Leon Brooks wrote:
> On Monday 26 January 2009 12:58:20 James Clarke wrote:
>> BTW the weather up here at the moment reminds me of
>> Albany, or maybe even colder...
> 27 Celcius is cold?
> My "girlfriend" (site we chat via has no rating between
> that & fiancee, & we're gunner be completely sure before
> taking that step) awoke last Sunday (18 Jan) to _minus_
> 17 degrees. Fahrenheit. in Wisconsin.
> Three weeks before xmas, I posted a short video clip
> taken on the water at Middleton Beach, waves gently
> surging through, kidz enjoying the micro-surf at the
> edge, where she could see it. That day (a Friday, for
> her) she awoke to zero degrees Fahrenheit. She wants
> to be an Australian now. (-:
> Yankees are deprived. They thought Rous Head/Leighton
> Beach/Cottesloe Beach were awesome, asked me where they
> were hidden (d'oh? step off a suburban train, there
> they are...).
> The Poms simply didn't want to know... especially after
> I dragged them -- on Google Maps -- up to Cable Beach
> (Broome), then Eighty Mile Beach (which is 80 miles
> from Broome, as it happens, but that's not why it's
> named so).
> Cheers; Leon
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