Intrigued by the stories of Wallabies on Inchconnachan I decided another paddle was in order. The easiest put-in for Inchconnachan is the water front at Luss so I parked up there. 656 more words
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Always My Sunshine
Yesterday we took a school sponsored trip to Philip Island. We left at noon and didn’t return home until around midnight. It was a very long and busy day, but it was full of the most beautiful sights. 204 more words
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I was going to start this by saying “great little spot” but at 39km long, 8km and 190m deep in some places, that would be a little disingenuous. 380 more words
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While my friend Brian (Twitter @MrBrianOrl) was at Busch Gardens Tampa this weekend checking out their new Food & Wine Festival.. he saw this going on over at the Wallaby exhibit! 16 more words
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K O A L L A B Y n. the cursed, savage, insatiable, abominable, man-eating, mutant offspring of a Koala and a Wallaby.
Scientists suspect all dinosaurs were killed off 65 million years ago not by an asteroid impact, but by Koallabies.
Finger Lakes to Lavender Fields
Here in Australia it’s the kangaroos and wallabies that are hopping, also tiny little feathertail possums that are less than 3 inches long but can hop or glide up to 75 feet. 952 more words