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Carpal \'Tunnel
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Posted:Hey lovely Moonfesties!*:.



Well, its that time again yummy fruits to feast on those hot humid days the smell of summer blossoms in the warm summer breeze Must be time for the SUMMER Moonfests!!!

The summer ones are always a bit bigger than the winter ones as people are more willing to come out from there snuggley warm homes and run around under the moonlight frolicking about on the beach*:.



So the Summer and 2006 Moonfest dates are::::::*



Dec Friday 16th (last for 2005)

.:*2006*:.

January Sat 14th

February Mon 13th

March Wed 15th

April Fri 14th

May Sat 13th

June Mon 12th

July Tues 11th

August Wed 9th

September Fri 8th

October Sat 7th

November Sun 5th

December Tues 5th

.:*2007*:.

January Wed 3rd



Moonfest is a drug and alcohol free gathering at Moora Park Shorncliffe foreshore. Every full moon from Sundown (or earlier in the arvo for a juggle jam play and picnic) Bring along your instruments, drums, fire toys (+ fuel & safety gear) twirly whirly toys and magick makers dress up.. Have a ballbring your friends, have fun and frolic under the luminous Moon and sparkling stars*: bring a picnic dinner, or grab a bight to eat from the local Caf on the Park Please take ALL your rubbish and belongings with you when you leave..:* Moonfest is for fun!*:. Come and BE the festival. Festive*all . ALL FESTIVE It is the beautiful people who come along each month that make this gathering such a gorgeous one so thank YOU beautiful people! Moonfest is growing into its 10th year!*:. It will be our 10 year anniversary this coming Spring Moonfest (Friday 8th September 2006) So a huge big thankyou to all of you for coming along each month and making this the amazing beautiful thing it has grown to be. ::::*



Other upcoming events

*:.Earthcore is this Saturday 3rd December www.earthcore.com.au

*:.Woodford Folk Festival 27th Dec 05 ~ 1st Jan 06 theres a cap on ticket sales for the first time this year and tickets are selling out fast! www.woodfordfolkfestival.com

*:.A couple of Earthy Gorgeous Goddessy Gatherings and camping like lovely things happening over this summer too gorgeous to mention in one sentence contact Gillian for more info (07) 5446 7470

*:.The Summer Solstice is 22nd December chances are there will be some lovely happenings around this time if not we should make one yeah?



So yeah there you have it a load of moonfest dates and a few fun things to do this summer have a happy Summer and hopefully well catch up along the way*:.



Summer blossoms, fresh fruit, and joyful juicy bits to you all!*:.

Love Elke .:*moonpixie*:.

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*:...one day all the fairy fridges will be aligned and my pixie world will be complete...:*

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Carpal \'Tunnel
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Posted:no ry smile sparkley poi is fine so long as you have plenty of space... and if you are talking about steel wool poi you need ample lots of space with no-one around

I don't think I've actually band anything as such here

just as it was already ...no fire breathing... no drugs or alcohol.... and simple respect for one another and responsibility of your actions.

most of the rules go without saying... it's just a matter of using your own common sense. smile

so no... nothing other than the usual is band... crazy huge fire props and things untested maybe ... but I don't recall banning sparkler poi.

and just to clarify... adrian I didn't mean to make you feel discluded or unwelcome... hug just that you don't have to be there if you dissagree or don't like the way it's run... perhaps I missinterprited what you were saying... but I'm happy with the way things go... and bringing up all these questions asking what is allowed and what isn't just stirs everyone up... like "sparklers are band???" of corse not...

it's just a matter of looking at the invironment and making a judgement as to what is safe within the space... if you are putting yourself or others at risk of injury then of corse no, it's not allowed (and that's not just a moonfest rule wink) that goes for any prop... if it is putting yourself or others at risk, no... like a candle can be a dangerous thing if you put it in amoung the dry grass on the cliff... but of corse you're not going to do that... and of corse I'm not going to band all candles just because someone *could*

anyway... I'm really over all this rolleyes

can we just go on having a lovely gathering as we do every month and have done for the last nine years? ubblove hug grouphug


I'm really really looking forward to seeing all you lovelies tonight biggrin ubblove hug and grooving to the drums and playing fire under the luscious luminous full moon!*:. running around barfoot while we still can before it gets too cold and boogey on till the wee hours... biggrin

lovely kwisty, make sure you're feeling all better real soon gorgeous hug don't push yourself and take some good time out.... love you gorgeous girl... and I promice we'll have fun *is stightly scared of possible chicken warpath! eek *


ok less talk more play I say!!! biggrin

see all you lovelies real soon.. I'm heading down as soon as I destinkafy and get my toys together weavesmiley juggle sunny





*:...one day all the fairy fridges will be aligned and my pixie world will be complete...:*

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Gromit's Humble Squire
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Posted:By sparkley poi I mean steel wool or cage poi. I always assumed it'd be ok as long as you find space for it- didn't think it's be a problem given how much beach space there is which is usually empty anyway..

Anyway. Will catch you guys there in a bit!


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Carpal \'Tunnel
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Posted:yep exactly smile ... find ample space... no worries smile

*:...one day all the fairy fridges will be aligned and my pixie world will be complete...:*

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Posted:Lovely you Pixie ubblove
You have done your special Blue Skies Pixie Magic again, clever girl!


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The Misguided Oracle
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Posted:Sucks to have missed this... just got home from a work related meeting (at least there was free food smile )

"My body is a well tuned machine... It just needs a competent driver." - ?

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Gromit's Humble Squire
Location: Brisbane, Australia
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Posted:Missed a good one, Joel! spank

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Carpal \'Tunnel
Location: Perth
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Posted:Would be lovely to have a Elke and Bec moonfest here. All that lovely energy in the west ubblove

Steel wool at our meets often involves dodging sparks and the public do like to try walk through so you need good spotters or a really good choice of spots.


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Is it Fair to all concerned?
Will it build Goodwill and Better Friendships?
Will it be Beneficial to all concerned?

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Posted:...mmmmm.....had a wickied evening last night biggrin ended up being a bit late for and a bit pie-eyed but was all good, see you at the next one...

Wielding a Wooden Spoon

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newgabe
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Posted:It's so nice to have you around Biggins! Almost like having Josh wink hug

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gita
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Posted:looks like i wasn't the only one who missed out the other night! smile hug

well i will DEFINITELY be at the next moonfest!! biggrin bounce yay for public holidays & long weekends!! *woot*


do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and good to eat!

if at first you do succeed, try not to look too astonished!

smile! grin it confuses people!

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Posted:Holy crap batman i'll accually be there !.

that shrewd and knavish sprite

Called Robin Good Fellow ; are you not he that is frighten of the maidens of the villagery - fairy

I am the merry wander of the night -puk

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buzzingtalk
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Posted:wow this looks so good but i live the wrong side of the world :s
i may be in aus next summer though, so this is osmething to consider...


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The_Magnesium_Master
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Location: Brisbane, Queensland,
Member Since: 24th Sep 2005
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Posted:Elke, I wasnt puting my question up to stir you up, rather to clarify what is considered too unsafe for Moonfest, or at least what could lead others with less appreciation of the safety requirements for dangerous fire play to cause accidents. My aim is to not bring something along that will start an arms race for the biggest and most dangerous fire toy, or get you in trouble with the council, and asking in advance prevents problems getting off the ground. If doing wicked deeds was my mission I would be in jail by now for breaching most of the existing laws related to pyrotecnics and public spaces, and I would probably even be regarded as persona non grata at Burliegh on a Sunday night, let alone a respectable gathering like moonfest.

My actions confirm this, The only rule Ive broken has been firewalking on the beach. Persons other than myself lit that fire with no intent to firewalk on it, and it was being stoked for over half an hour in full veiw of all the moonfest organisers before anyone said to stop stoking it (not to imeadeatly put it out) so I assumed that rule wasnt taken to seriously, in a similar way to the rule on alcohol not being strictly enforced of late unless drunkenness is detected. I havent done it again since then.



Sorry if I gave you a different impression, but I do actually like moonfest in its current form.



While most people would agree I am a cave man when it comes to the tact and charm I exude when I try and seduce women, or at least a peak oil aware semi vegetarian highly frugal 20th century version of john the baptist, rest assured that that big heavy club thing of mine is there to spin with, not to hit women over the head and take them back to my cave. I wont say the lizard thing again either, I seem to be getting a shaft off everyone Ive told it to recently, even people that know I have the tact and charm of alexander downer. Ive deleted "The Lizard Thing" out of my last post so it will forever more remain protected as secret mens business to be spoken of only at bucks nights and the like.



If I am inadvertantly gaining a reputation as a trouble maker , public nuicence ,or general pariah at moonfest or anywere else please let me know straight away so I can cease doing whatever it is before its to late. I wouldnt want the moonfest after I depart to check out land in NZ to be remembered as a celebration of my riddence from brisbane , I would prefere nobody even noticed I was not there for many months, (and hopefully not seen forever if I find what I am looking for on the big trip).


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The_Magnesium_Master
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Location: Brisbane, Queensland,
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Posted:Does anyone want up to 13 black square 20L metho drums to put fuel or non drinkable camping water ,etc in. They have metho residue so have to be washed first, and may also have been used for metho contaminated with an unknown substance.
They will probably swell and leak at the lid slightly with D60 like the 5L Gooble fuel bottle as they are polyethylene, and I dont know if they are the antistatic plastic needed for shellite, petrol, etc( It is important, I have personally seen a spark at least 25mm long inside a milk bottle I was filling with petrol, but luckily it did not light). They also make good containers if you cut them in half.

These are free, and I would prefer someone to take the lot from my place at Oxley


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Gromit's Humble Squire
Location: Brisbane, Australia
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Posted: Written by: The_Magnesium_Master


and I dont know if they are the antistatic plastic needed for shellite, petrol, etc( It is important, I have personally seen a spark at least 25mm long inside a milk bottle I was filling with petrol, but luckily it did not light).



Gah! eek eek eek You're a worry Adrian! *shakes head* ubblol


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newgabe
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Posted:now now, Ade didn't SET the spark, he SAW it.
I am really interested to hear this about antistatic plastic.. milk bottles being dangerous etc
I didnt know that!


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The_Magnesium_Master
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Location: Brisbane, Queensland,
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Posted:Aparently fuel safe containers have a special antistatic coating inside, or may even be a slightly conductive plastic like the rubber used in some fuel and air hoses , but I dont know the details of what it is or how it works. Acording to a physics teacher I had at school there were quite a few cases of static ignighting fuel when plastic bottles and jerry cans first came out, hence specific fuel approved containers. There is also a fluridated polyethylene that is ment to be much less permiable to petrol, used in red Nalgene fuel bottles.



Having personally seen a 25mm or longer bright blue spark occur about 1994 while filling a 2L polyethylene milk bottle with petrol, I would NEVER EVER EVER fill a container other than a non internally painted aproved metal jerry can ( many metal drums have a varnish layer that may insulate the metal) or a plastic fuel container specifically approved for petrol.



As you would expect I was very nervous about emptying out the bottle I had just filled, but becuase this was part of a far more dangerous activity I cant discuss on a public forum I just made sure I volunteered to fill and conect up an undisclosed device with the petrol from the plastic milk bottles while eveyone else waited at the safe ignition point, telling them it was just standard practice that only 1 person should do that part of the job. I think I even got to pour in the fuel with nobody around but its too long ago to remember. I poured it in with absolute minimal agitation and did not see another spark. I told my fellow first time novice observers and highly experienced assistant the full story later on, but only once this knowledge would not cause them to panic or loose concentration and make even more danger for us all.



I must have filled at least a few hundred plastic bottles up like that in the past , but most were done in the day so maybey I just never saw the sparks. I also never saw any sparks emptying them at night though, so mayby I am just one very lucky person. (I am, but thats another tale that involved pure neglegence on my part and involved a bottle of metho exploding when I thought I was pouring kero into a groove in the dirt leading into a lit fire. Being sprayed with burning metho so hard that it did not get time to light, having your vision go blured and runing for your life to a tap when you know you are covered in metho and partly on fire is not fun at all).



These are 2 experiences I am most happy to share with as many people as possilbe, because fuel vapour ignighting in a container with fuel in it is not just a little pop like lighting an empty bottle, it is a very violent ejection and you wont be able to hold the container still if it happens, and burning fuel is going to be thown around at least 3 M, and a jet may come out in excess of 6 M long. If there was a second chance with this type of acident I think I' ve already used it up for you with my escape from the metho explosion.



If reading this is making you want to give up fire twirling, the good news is that D60 is THEORETICALLY not ment to produce enough vapour to be ignightable below something around 60-65C. That said I would still not swill it round and round inside a soft drink bottle and then pour it straight into a metal tin on the ground, pour it after you have opened it for a few seconds with minimal turbulence durring the transfer . (Just in case it was contaminated when you got it). There are realy complex proceedures used to refuel aircraft and transfer large amounts of fuel that involve eathing and connecting wires, but for the fuels (hopefully) used by most fire twirlers I dont think there is too much to worry about when the fuel is cold. I would still treat hot fuel with the same respect as petrol or shellite as this can ignight without a wick.


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gita
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Posted: Written by: The_Magnesium_Master


Having personally seen a 25mm or longer bright blue spark occur about 1994 while filling a 2L polyethylene milk bottle with petrol, I would NEVER EVER EVER fill a container other than a non internally painted aproved metal jerry can ( many metal drums have a varnish layer that may insulate the metal) or a plastic fuel container specifically approved for petrol.




& people used to wonder why us poor ole servo attendants would tell them to sod off if they tried to fill up milk bottles?! eek it's not just the spark - the plastic will degrade a lot faster...so you'll end up with petrol everywhere!! in my day as a servo chick i used to have so many arguments with customers over this issue! one guy chucked a tantrum & actually threw his bottles (one juice bottle, one milk bottle) at the shop... umm


do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and good to eat!

if at first you do succeed, try not to look too astonished!

smile! grin it confuses people!

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Carpal \'Tunnel
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Posted:hi lovelies*:. biggrin ubblove kiss

next moonfest is Friday 14th April ... right after all the yacht race shannanigans at shorncliffe

...just thought the simple moonfest gathering info may have been lost in all this very important and interesting (but slightly off topic for the events section) safety talk... As fire safety goes much further than just moonfest anyhow... perhaps people from the other side of the world would see that moonfest is just a brizzy event will not come in here and miss the info that they were wanting to find about fuel and plastic botles and different fire props etc.
There are numerous threads about safety ... fuels... different fire toys...burns... first aid.... etc ... perhaps do a search and post in these threads so that the info goes further to people who are looking for that spacific information... as people generally come to the events section for info about the event and generally organizing get togethers/events/performances/gatherings ... This very imformative info about safety will get out to more people if it's posted in the threads that are already on the topic of safety etc. Or perhaps start your own thread if it's more specific to what is already on the board. smile cheers

.:*:.

So for anyone visiting the Moonfest Thread for the first time.... biggrin hi welcome! all the moonfest dates for the year are in the first post of this thread smile We gather every full moon from Dusk... or before if you want to have a play and picnic in the park while it's still sunny and there are sparkles on the water.:*

This month moonfest carries on from the good friday Yacht race doodahs all part of the Bluewater Festival (check the thread on Bayfire for more info about that) ... with sand sculpting compertitions, kids rides, market stalls and not to mention boats... lots of boats heheheh (the brisbane to gladstone yacht race starts from the peir at 11am) All these activities will be wrapping up at about 4pm.... right about the time all us moonfesties like to come out wink

So bring along all your toys and instruments for a jam and twirl and dance in the candle circle*:. weavesmiley juggle ubblove grouphug ubblove juggle weavesmiley








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Posted:*visits the moonfest thread for the first time*

*notices there's conveniently one when he's in Brizzie in June*

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Carpal \'Tunnel
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Posted:YAY!*:. biggrin

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fairyfrog
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Location: Bargara near Bundaberg, qld
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Posted:Hi Beautiful people out there... ubbrollsmile ubblove

Just letting you know the "fire n fun" is starting to bring all the beauty out of the woodwork, 1st Sat of every month...7pm mooloolab bch, sunny coast. Come join us?

another local big names bands twirling, street theatre & market stalls event ....this years "The Gathering Festival '06" will also be held Yandina Sports Ground 29 April 12 noon til late....incl. Blue King Brown from Melbourne Gubbi Gubbi dance troupe and a whole bunch of a great line up....campsites n everything. Please share the love and let everyone know.

so to support the local talent & more info visit www.thegatheringfestival.com.au tickets can be bought online, $32 pre-paid, $35 on the door.

Elke/Bec I see there may be room for fairies/kids activities etc, so maybe a great thing for you to contact admin@thegatheringfestival.com.au MWAH!,

Stacey hug

juggle weavesmiley


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Posted:I shall come visit one of these too... at some point oct/nov/dec maybe depends when I can get accross the pond or dig a hole deep enough

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The_Magnesium_Master
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Location: Brisbane, Queensland,
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Posted:I will get around to starting a thread on sparks, etc soon in the discussion section, so untill then wait to post replies in the new thread. If you can, feel free to move all these posts to keep this thread as uncongested as possible, I' ll remove mine as soon as Ive done a new thread.

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Carpal \'Tunnel
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Posted:moonfest next friday biggrin (night after bayfire smile which is ONE WEEK away! eek biggrin ubblol)

this Full Moon is in a Lovely Earthy Virgo smile

it's also the easter weekend biggrin yay so hopefully lots of lovelies will have a break from work and beable to come out for this one biggrin


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Posted:Yay... can't wait, but I'll be attending my 1st moonfest next friday and will see fire twirling in real life for the 1st time also...

Hey, Elke... I know the moonfest site @ msn mentions it, but do many drummers usually turn up? I have a couple djembes, but zero idea what to do with them...

Might even bring along a couple of my kids... sounds like they'd have a ball...


--pogo (pat) [forever and always]

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newgabe
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Posted:Hey Pogo welcome to Moonfest

Is that your photo? ooh what a handsome fellow you are biggrin

Yep,

There's quite a few drummers usually, and dancers, specially when the weather is fine. Some quite good ones, and assorted people having a go. If you want to learn to play djembe, there's a good guy in Brisbane who can teach you. He's my flatmate and I will PM you his mobile number. When playing loud drums like djembes, it's usually a community service to know a bit what to do with them wink



And yeah it's great for kids.. beach, sand, space, people enjoying themselves, drug/alcohol free...

Just remind them not to go out amongst the spinners... people spinning can't always see/hear/spot/avoid kids, specially if the kids come up behind them...



*burnt kids smell bad* frown


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Carpal \'Tunnel
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Posted:biggrin YAY welcome!*:.

and ...yeah what gabe said! smile*:.

and yes bring along your drums and your kids it's totally a friendly casual gathering (drug and alcohol free) and yep drummers usually gather round the candle circle...:* from beginners tapping away to the beat to high energy groovers biggrin ... so whatever level of drumming you have you are most welcome biggrin ... and loads of dancers jump in the circle and have a boogey ubbrollsmile

there is a great space for the fire twirlers to spin all together, in there own space away from the main crowd ... so just let your kiddies know not to wander through that space ...like gabe said it's sometime hard to see outside the swirl of flames around you when you are spinning... so it's a good idea to keep a good distance from people spinning fire smile

YAY see you then smile


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Posted:Why, thank you ladies... yes, gabe, is me in the photo. wink

Sounds like a fabulous time... I'll keep the boys nice and close too!! devil No crispy kids for this old dad...


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Posted:ok, ive consulted the pixie, and we've come up with a plan..

i arrive in byron bay on wednesday. later that night, or afternoon, i *borrow* a cannoe, and drag it to the beach. i find a dolphin for a companion and then begin paddling my way to brisbane, arriving in perfect timing to moonfests begining.

see you all soon.. hopefully..

cheers, pete hug kiss


"you know there are no trophys for doing silly things in real life yeah pete?" said ant "you wont get a 'listened to ride of the valkyries all the way to vietnam' trophy"

*proud owner of the very cute fire_spinning_angel, birgit and neon shaolin*

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