On 2009-05-12, wispygalaxy <wispygalaxy@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Winters here are cold day and night. The wind makes it worse.
We only get the winds at the very end of Winter, dry, cool winds from
the centre of the continent. It's a sign that Winter is at an end.
> It rarely snows at my college;
It *never* snows here. We sometimes get a dusting of snow on the
mountains around our valley in the depths of winter and *only* above
> only heavy clouds hang over the bare branches each day. I love warm
> weather, and it’s spring here.
We don't do deciduous around here. Winter is a time for the coastal
heathland and Melaleuca forests to flower. It's beautiful! In summer,
the weather is so very dry, hot and harsh. The plants all go into
> Australia sounds like a wonderful place.
It has its moments. I hate the long hot summer, but the rest of the year
makes up for it.
> I want a pet koala, just like most people. :D
You wouldn't. Vicious beasts with wickedly long claws and
double-opposable thumbs. Best to leave them in the eucalypts. I'd have a
wombat or a wallaby instead. I'm a bit weird but I prefer rats as pets.
I fell in love with them while doing a Psych degree at Uni... Lovely
docile creatures with white fur and pink eyes.
>> A good newsreader will colour highlight the quotes so as to make reading
> Ok, I’ll try to configure my newsreader properly or get a new one. :)
You use knode. I seem to remember it has colour highlighting of quotes.
Maybe I'm mistaken. I haven't used it in a while.
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