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Yunder Wækraus

Walked the kids halfway to their bus stop and took a walk to our local beach. Decided to wander north for an hour and saw a few new things (and some beatific rainbow lorikeets).

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The Gerg

Beautiful palm pictures. Thanks for sharing.  Did you see any crocs along the way?

 

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Yunder Wækraus
1 minute ago, The Gerg said:

Beautiful palm pictures. Thanks for sharing.  Did you see any crocs along the way?

 

No, I’ve only seen them further north near Port Douglas.

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PalmTreeDude

Now that’s tropical! Thanks for posting these! How far south do you think a lipstick would grow in Queensland, Australia? 

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Yunder Wækraus

No idea, but they survive outside the tropics in extreme S. FL, so I’m guessing at least a few hundred miles south of the tropics.

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wimmie

Wow, nice Lipsticks!

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