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Offline rayke1938

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Anzac Day
« on: Sat 25 Apr 06:06 2020 »
No last post our street just the magpies.
LEST WE FORGET.

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Re: Anzac Day
« Reply #1 on: Sat 25 Apr 08:58 2020 »
Almost everyone in our street was outside with candles well before 6. My daughter played the last post on her trumpet....to great congratulations since. Then the silence was deafening.

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Re: Anzac Day
« Reply #2 on: Sat 25 Apr 09:06 2020 »
12 houses our street only 3 family's out.
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Re: Anzac Day
« Reply #3 on: Sat 25 Apr 10:00 2020 »
Daughter and I the only ones out in our street. Pretty poor effort I thought. Could hear the last post from another house in the distance.


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Re: Anzac Day
« Reply #4 on: Sat 25 Apr 14:58 2020 »
Lest we forget.

Both boys are in Scouts so where up and in Uniform for this morning. Scouts are still going by phone and video link.  ;)
Was good to see.

Aussie flag was flying off a crane hook at Berth 3 at Fishermans Island this morning ;)

Most my direct neighbours where out this morning but we are old neighbourhood

 


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