A Guessing Game.

Brooklyn, NY(Zone 7a)

Yes!! You guess it. It's
my bearded dragon.

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Cute little fella .
Did you buy it?
or is it wild to your area?

Brooklyn, NY(Zone 7a)

Thanks, I think he's cute,too. We bought him. He was born and raised in Brooklyn. They are native to Central Australia.

This message was edited Dec 22, 2006 6:32 PM

Toone, TN(Zone 7a)

LOL love it! I got a huge laugh about the concept that the Bearded Dragon might be native to Brooklyn. I am having email troubles today so I really needed to laugh. Thanks Adele and Ginger.

Can any one tell Me What this stuff is ?

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Central, LA(Zone 8b)

Looks like moss. But I'm sure it's not. Give us a clue? Oh master with the camera.

My grand papa has one. lolo

This message was edited Dec 26, 2006 3:11 PM

Northeast, LA(Zone 8a)

Something called greybeard?

Lakeland / Memphis, TN(Zone 7a)

Guess Ginger isn't up yet. Waiting to see if you are right Riverland.

I guess you are close enough.
We call it 'Old man`s whiskers'
Riverland Do you have something to post now?

Has any one tried this ???

While you are on the Home page.
Hold the CTRL button down and Scroll up & down.
One way The page gets bigger,
And the other way it gets smaller.
I have it on the largest setting. lol

Toone, TN(Zone 7a)

oooooo.....can't wait to try that on the other computer. Such a great thing for those of us with aging eyesight.

Thanks Ginger!

All part of the service. lol

Toone, TN(Zone 7a)

MUCH much much better. I was thinking the small print was just a function of the widescreen 1600 x 1024 settings. You know have given me back the use of the "favored" computer! WoooooHoooo!


Now how do WE tell the rest of the Gang ?

Still waiting for some one else to have a go.

Here is a larger Pic. of GF Whiskas.

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Central, LA(Zone 8b)

Hey Ginger I can't get mine to enlarge. What are you referring to as the scroll keys.

Sorry jeri11
I meant scroll button on mouse.
Try it now.

What is this and what is it from ?

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Southern, LA(Zone 8b)

very cool trick, Ginger. Now its no so bad on the eyes. Thanks

Us oldies need to look after our eyes.
Or what`s left of our sight. lol

Brooklyn, NY(Zone 7a)

Its the bark of a tree?

Toone, TN(Zone 7a)

I have posted your handy trick a few other places Ginger.

This message was edited Dec 27, 2006 7:49 AM

Thank you justfurkids,
Ant thing to make life easier.
Nephew is a IT geek.
He always comes up with new things.

Toone, TN(Zone 7a)

Well if anyone needs an ANT THING to make life easier its me! lol

Yes diggerette
It is bark of a tree.
Now what type of treeis it?
It should be easy.
With the modern use of Puters.
We don`t get much use for it. :-)))

Booneville, MS

Pine?? Since we don't use as much paper?


Pine wrong !
The word Paper is well on track.

Booneville, MS


A bottlebrush looks a bit like this in appearance,
But bottlebrush is a Callistemon.

This is NOT a Callistemon.

I hope that makes sense ?

Booneville, MS

Melaleuca? Paperbark Tea?

You sure are a clever horticulturist.
Just come over and collect your Prize.

%%%%%%%%% That`s hand Clapping.


This is a close up of The trees
I Photographed in the Car park
During Yesterdays shopping trip.

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Next Quiz.
What is this ?
And what is it called ?

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Central, LA(Zone 8b)

Hey Ginger in the last picture in your link what is that little pine looking tree? Do you know? I really like that one.


Booneville, MS

Nah, I'm just good at looking things up. lol

I'm on my way for that prize. Have the tucker ready! (is that correct Aussie?)


Hey Ginger in the last picture in your link what is that little pine looking tree? Do you know? I really like that one.Jeri

Thank you for your reply.
I post 10 Pics on a roll.
Which one are you referring to ?
As I only post my own Pics.
There`s a good chance I will know the plants and or trees .

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You bet ya.tryliv,
The tucker is ready.
And a Big double bed also.
Only thing is . You have to stay for at least 1 week.
To see everything.
But no longer. Lots happening Here.

Booneville, MS

LOL I'm with you. Company's great but even better when they leave!

My director at work came to Australia and New Zealand last year on vacation and loved it. Said of all the places she has been to overseas, she enjoyed that trip the most.

I just watched Lord of the Rings movie,again, over the weekend and I know they were filmed in Australia. The views are awesome!!


Central, LA(Zone 8b)

Hi Ginger

It was in the [email protected] link you posted on paper bark. When you enter the link it is the picture on the right. The little tree looks to be a cross between a pine and palm from the picture.


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