kangaroojack's Guestbook



22nd February 2014

Australians embrace their eglatarian life style
We love the out door easy flow life relaxed style of living embracing the who you are not what you are. Fellow Aussies though were somewhat jealous of the fabulous Away Away Australia Day at Northcliffe where beach and forest 4wheel driving made a day filled with memories and building friendships. Then the big Australia day itself with of course cricket, boomerangs and then boules to test skills, add to this bush poetry and Australian songs.... great fu, great memories, great photos.
2nd February 2014

4WD
Hi. Sounds like your Australia Day weekend was a 'blast'. Glad to hear you are still enjoying the outings with the club. What a monster group. As always, great blog and fantastic pictures.
1st February 2014

Condolences and greetings from Welwyn Garden City, my home town. I'm sorry that your visit to our part of the world was, sadly, to bid farewell to your mum. Happily, however, funerals also serve to bring together family and friends from distant places - and the smiles on their faces confirm how pleased they were that you journeyed here from the other side of the world.
1st February 2014

Thank you
Hi Mike, Thanks for your kind words, it was a bit of a shock arriving at LHR at 4.20 pm dark, wet and cold. Still all done and we gave our mum a great respectful farewell. My regards Andy
29th January 2014

Very funny!
I love dog stories, and this was pretty funny--no wonder the owners wanted you to do the capture and wash job. Brilliant to use dog treats--bribery is always best. Good thing you captured your hard work on the Dog Cam, so the owners would believe that the sweet-smelling, mud pup had been bathed--the little rascal.
From Blog: Dogs Reward
29th January 2014

Mud pup
Hi Taracloud, Thanks for your comments on our blog, Bitsy is such a lovely girl you just can't help but love her. Our regards kangarojack
From Blog: Dogs Reward
29th January 2014

Mud pup
Hi Taracloud, Thanks for your comments on our blog, Bitsy is such a lovely girl you just can't help but love her. Our regards kangarojack
From Blog: Dogs Reward
29th January 2014

Mud pup
Hi Taracloud, Thanks for your comments on our blog, Bitsy is such a lovely girl you just can't help but love her. Our regards kangarojack
From Blog: Dogs Reward
29th January 2014

More practice required?
Perhaps leaving the lead on until she is dry?
From Blog: Dogs Reward
29th January 2014

Bath Time
Nice to see you are not being idle while I am at work, I have been chuckling to myself all morning wondering how you were getting on with the dog bath activity. Glad to see you fooled her into it though.
From Blog: Dogs Reward
29th January 2014

Dogs Reward
How come you have never washed any of our dogs - particularly Toby!!!
From Blog: Dogs Reward
28th January 2014

Condolences
Andy, I had not checked the KangarooJack blog for a while. I'm very sorry to learn that your mother passed away. I hope thinks are now going well with you and Caroline. Anne
28th January 2014

Thanks for your kind words
Hi Anne, Hope you are well and glad to are reading the blog, thank you for your kind words. Its nice to be back in Australia and Caroline and I are fine thank you. My regards Andy
24th January 2014

Sincere condolances
Having migrated to Australia as a ten pound pom in 1966 I was able to fly back to the UK prior to the deaths of both my mum and dad. In both cases we had to fly back home about a week before they died so I didn't return to the UK for funerals. But whichever way such events pan out it is an awful time; my thoughts are with you. As the saying goes, "Death is like the rumble of distant thunder at a picnic." Peace and love, Michelle
28th January 2014

Thanks for your comments
Hi Michelle and Kev, Thanks for your message, it is appreciated. Andy
18th January 2014

Blessings
Sorry to hear about your mother, a difficult time when there is no right time. Glad you have had so much support around you - thoughts are with you and your family x
19th January 2014

Thanks
Hi Cindy, Thank you for your message of support, it is appreciated. My regards Andy
15th January 2014

The world just went bang ...
Hi Andy & Caroline, You have both been constantly on our minds since your phone call Boxing Day. Jen was only too happy to help out in any way possible to get you to the UK Andy, as quickly as possible. You are very good friends certainly but, family to us. A terrible shock for you, we know, but at least you can take some comfort in the knowledge that you had a good chat with your mum Christmas Day. We hope that everything goes as well as it can do tomorrow and look forward to having you back home safe and sound again. Caroline - our thoughts are constantly with you also, holding the fort in the West. It can't be easy at your end either but, if there's one thing we do know about the two of you - you aren't ones to welch on a deal. Your word is your bond. Our condolences, sympathies and love to you both. Jan, Ted & Co. xxxx
15th January 2014

Life
"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass... it's about learning to dance in the rain." - Vivian Greene
19th January 2014

Dancing in the rain
Hey Jo, You are so right, thank you for your message of support. Andy
14th January 2014

Hello Andy, So sorry to hear about your mum passing away. Thinking of you and your family at this sad time. Hope to speak soon. Steve.
14th January 2014

Commiserations
to you and Caroline. When my sister died, at least it was expected. It must be harder when there is no warning.
19th January 2014

Thank you
Hi John and Sylvia, thank you for your message of support, it is appreciated. My regards. Andy

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