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Tony Reid on October 12, 2009

One way to keep fit, Sue

Cheers, Tony

Sue Allen on October 12, 2009

For sure, Tony. I was walking along here with Emma one day and i mentioned to her that we probably ought to break into a bit of a jog to get over the bridge quicker, in case any cars came along, as they're a blind corner just along the road. Well, she didn't only break into a jog, but ran helter skelter as fast as she could and just abandoned her poor mother! Mind you, I could hardly run for laughing at her with her legs all over the place like a drunk colt. She does ballet, but she sure runs weird:) She will murder me if she sees this, tee hee...

I like walking to keep fit though -- the only thing I have to buy is the occasional pair of shoes, no gym fees or expensive bike stuff, or gold clubs or whatever.

Thanks so much for calling in, Tony, great to hear from you!

Very best wishes


Norrel on October 13, 2009

You Aussies shouldn't drive on the wrong side of the road! ;>)

Jean Gregory Evans on October 18, 2009

Looks like there's only room for one lane so there is no wrong way on this bridge, is there? Plus, I think it must be the fast lane.

Sue Allen on October 19, 2009

And what side of the road is that then, Norrel? We drive on the same side of the road as the British, so that must be right, no, I mean left...:)

Sue Allen on October 19, 2009

Jean, when I'm running over bridge, believe me, it's the slow lane. I'm not a fan of running, but feel safer once on the other side! You can just about fit two vehicles side by side on it, by the way, don't have to give way one side or the other, unlike a lot of bridges on side roads.

Steve Paxton on October 28, 2009

Sue we got narrower in NZ only one car and nothing else looks like you did get some rain by the green and the water. steve

Sue Allen on November 21, 2009

Still waiting for that rain, Steve. Just a few green shoots here, being right on the creek, but our place is abysmal. We pumped up the dam water into the water tanks and chlorinated it as about to run out for the first time ever. Mind you, we do have teenage daughters now and that makes a huge difference to water consumption, doesn't it?

All the best to you over in WA, Steve,


whoelius on November 28, 2009

You nuttah!

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on December 24, 2009

As we appear to have lost all contact with you I am assuming one of two things that

a)--you have been abducted by alliens....or

b)--you eventually ran out of luck crossing the bridge~~~~

Either way, just in case you are hovering (that is hovering not hoovering) somewhere, I send you a big Christmas hug and wish you all the best for 2010 ;>)

Warm wishes Sue


Sue Allen on December 25, 2009

Dear old Jim, I have not been abducted by aliens, more like children. :D I finally had a sit down at the computer at 1 am on Boxing day, but I really hope your Christmas day is as lovely as ours has just been - quite the nicest for years! I think the kids being just a bit older may have had something to do with it, as they happily played with their new stuff, rather than breaking down into over-excited tears. What a lovely day! AND, we actually had some rain, which was just the best Christmas present of all -- yippee!

All the very best wishes to you, Jim, and a big Christmas hug right back at you, I am all weak and watery with affection!

Sue x

Jim Evans (AXOTA) on December 26, 2009

It's good to hear from you queeny and I'm glad your Christmas was full of happiness, just as it always should be!!

Best wishes Sue I'll be catching up with you soon ;>)


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    by Sue Allen
    • Camera: Traveler DC-X5
    • Taken on 2009/10/11 01:25:31
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