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I will neither confirm nor deny that one of you may or may not be correct ;)

I'm a a few stops further down the line of the mentioned stations in any case.
 

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A fine night at Grange. A bottle of rose and a steak sandwich View attachment 233552 View attachment 233553
Is that the Rose called Rose? This is the wine that randomly our neighbours at HB were quaffing the other night as was I when I went downstairs to them to compare wines as we were both raving about what we were drinking. We were drinking the same thing!

Anyways, this is your deserted namesake this morning. Poor little guy has no one, nothing, to bark at. He's very confused.

Morning 1 - 24 hour lockdown.

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Is that the Rose called Rose? This is the wine that randomly our neighbours at HB were quaffing the other night as was I when I went downstairs to them to compare wines as we were both raving about what we were drinking. We were drinking the same thing!

Anyways, this is your deserted namesake this morning. Poor little guy has no one, nothing, to bark at. He's very confused.

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I found some Rosé Prosecco the other day..... grabbed a bottle, will see what it's like. Prosecco is decent for some cheap fizz when not splashing out on champers, so will be good to see how it goes. I did treat myself to a bottle of Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Brut NV today though, that's going in the cupboard for Crimbo.
 
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Is that the Rose called Rose? This is the wine that randomly our neighbours at HB were quaffing the other night as was I when I went downstairs to them to compare wines as we were both raving about what we were drinking. We were drinking the same thing!

Anyways, this is your deserted namesake this morning. Poor little guy has no one, nothing, to bark at. He's very confused.

Morning 1 - 24 hour lockdown.

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Yep that was the one! HB looks strange with no walkers along the espy ! Enjoy the peacefulness for the next 6 days, quite possibly the quietest HB has ever been!
My little fella keeps staring at me , waiting for his morning walk😞
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Yep that was the one! HB looks strange with no walkers along the espy ! Enjoy the peacefulness for the next 6 days, quite possibly the quietest HB has ever been!
My little fella keeps starting at me , waiting for his morning walk😞
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How bizarre we have all discovered the same, um Rose! And we all live at Henley Beach 😂 It's a winner. And French. And rather inexpensive from Dans.
 

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The Esplanade gets a bit crazy on a hot summer night. Even the police got caught up.
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Damn noisy harleys today

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Gridlock leading up to this.
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One girl came close to being hit by an oncoming car. She decided to get out of the car and take a selfie in the middle of the road. Then tried to get back into drivers side but driver decided it would be funny to drive off. She fell and is lying in the middle of the road. Eventually she dragged herself up and into the car.
 

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Saturdays view.The Wonders of Wynyard.First the Ransley Vintage car museum.$10 adults,$8 concession.
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With a 1903 model A Ford.This was number 31 produced.Number 30 still survives but they were both sold on the same day so equal oldest surviving Ford.
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And in the free part of the museum a lovely collection of Japanese figures and objects.
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Saturdays view.The Wonders of Wynyard.First the Ransley Vintage car museum.$10 adults,$8 concession.
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With a 1903 model A Ford.This was number 31 produced.Number 30 still survives but they were both sold on the same day so equal oldest surviving Ford.
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And in the free part of the museum a lovely collection of Japanese figures and objects.
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Ah, DrRon, cars like we used to drive!
 
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