- October 13, 2017 at 5:10 pm #1646385
Joybel – if possible would you mind keeping us up to date with the fate of the bunnies.I would love to know how they get 0n.
Are any wild rabbits black? Just wondering if they are someone’s pets that have escaped??
I, too, hope they find safer ground in the bush nearby.October 13, 2017 at 7:03 pm #1646398
Lol I know what you are saying Val Love the title.
Funnily enough when we were back in nth n sth about 3 years ago ,we did the Lyttleton markets one Saturday with friends . Was so much fun and Food etc etc and I found an original (but not too badly worn ) wooden buzzy Bee . He was $5 and had to buy him for memories sakes cos don’t know what happened to the ones our lil ones had lol
Lovely sunny day today,,, so been doing outdoors jobs,,,, and we got a lot achieved .
time now for R&R and even gonna have a red wine with dinner, as a reward for the Heart lol as have been eating healthy for 3 weeks now with no cheating !!!
Cheers From KaiOctober 13, 2017 at 8:18 pm #1646405
Hi Buzzy Bee Kai – wow – you have will power – I could do with some of that.
Good weather here today as well, was out in the garden for a while & it was a bit too hot for me. Can’t growl tho, as it was a pleasant change from the constant rain we’ve had lately.
Enjoy your heart healthy bevvie 🙂October 13, 2017 at 8:20 pm #1646406
Don’t know how long ago this was taken.
Hot pink sheep grazing the countryside north of Auckland. The staff at SheepWorld, 65km north of Auckland, regularly colour the sheep with food dye as a gimmick.October 13, 2017 at 8:55 pm #1646416
Sure is nice to get out in the garden Val,, had heard the weather hasn’t been all that kind there lately so have to get out while you can.
The ozone is far more burning there as shown on statistics..
We here, also don’t do too long out there on Hot days, but at 26 was just good for the kiwi x2lol who wilt after that
. Love those Sheep ,,, sorts out the ewes from the rams lol
Cheers From KaiOctober 13, 2017 at 9:54 pm #1646417
NAC crew in their Lollipop Uniforms – 1970’s
Anchor Butter Introduced – 1936October 14, 2017 at 3:00 pm #1646479
bobbityMemberMember since: September 14, 2006
love all the pics Val. the pink sheep started in 2010 by the looks of this web article which is dated 2012, but states that the pink started 2 years before that.
I love all GUppies
♫♪✿(◠‿◠)✿♥♫♪October 14, 2017 at 3:28 pm #1646486
Luvin all the neat pics from you all .. Those air hostesses , look the part,,, Love it!!!
Who would not wanna cuddle and snuggle that wee pink lamb above this post, remember it at the time lol and thinking lambs are stunning, but wee pink ones take the cake!!!
Lovely cool drizzly day ,,, so get some down time inside,,,, and hopefully some catch ups on here and emails and cardwriting as well to those without internet that we take for granted here lol
Cheers From KaiOctober 14, 2017 at 6:59 pm #1646497
Can’t say ever went on the auck harbour bridge that many years ago but It looks a lot steeper than nowadays or is that an optical illusion
Auckland Harbour bridge May 30 1959
Cheers From KaiOctober 14, 2017 at 7:46 pm #1646499
Thanks heaps for all the pics and articles, me lovely girls :)))
Thanks for the article re the pink sheep, Bobbity, what a lot of fun that must have been. Big job, I should imagine, dyeing them one by one, but a real tourist attraction. I would think that even if they can’t remember anything else about NZ now they won’t have forgotten the pink sheep lol.
We’ve been on the Auck harbour bridge many years ago but not quite that far back & I can’t remember what it was like – dduuuh!!
What a relief it must be for you, Kai, to have a cool day now & again. At least it’s given you a chance to have a rest & to stop ‘buzzin’ around for a while – Buzzy Bee Kai… lol.
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