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April 27th 2007
Published: August 6th 2007
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Lunch spot
Hello Everyone

Welcome to my blog page. Isn't this exciting!! I can bore you all to tears here with numerous wildlife stories and facts. Did you know, for example, that the porcupine has over 30,000 quills and if threatened it will vigorously lash its tail, dislodging and therefore throwing its quills. So it's not just the bears I have to watch for!! Then there are the male moose and elk who apparently become "belligerent" in spring. Canada has 88 species of amphibians, lizards, turtles and snakes(!), so I think I'll be right at home 😊

Anyway I've attached a couple of photos of the walk to Honeycomb rock and other random NZ shots.

All the best.


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Emily and Elisa

26th April 2007

Well done Ceille. Farewell and may you enjoy the many exciting and fascinating ventures that will lay ahead of you and Emily both. Wacth out for the Canadian Mounties. I hear they can be the trickiest species of all. You just never know when they will strike. Hehehe.. Anyways, have fun and take care Arohanui Catherine
27th April 2007

Didn't you mock me about once blogging? Eh?

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