Guess.What.Day.It.Is?


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  1. Thanks, David – honoured!

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  2. Ah, do I see snow ahead? You can make anything happen, Caleb! HHD Dave!! 🙏🐫

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  3. at the rest stop

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  4. Those look like some cold camels…just sayin’….

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  5. Those Mongolian camels are tough.

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  6. Those are some gorgeous Calebs!

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  7. Love the connection between both of your blogs! I had to google Gujarat because I’ve not heard of it. It’s a good day when I learn something new.

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  8. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Caleb and family … my early morning smile!!

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  9. Wearing his winter parka.

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  10. Is that a person’s arm holding that rope?? The one time I held the rope “just for a second, Mom” that made a 1500lb unknown horse imagine that I was in control, a little boy came up and said, “HaHa! I’m not afraid of no horses — watch THIS!” He hauled back and I moved quickly to absorb the punch that may’ve caused untold mayhem there in the center of the horse- and people-crowded barn, had it landed where he’d aimed. I have zero doubt there’d be a blustery little boy near the even larger camel I was *controlling* TOO! And per the linked wild camel post, can one imagine breaking a camel?

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  11. I would be classed as racist. I like to think I do not see people in color. I would rather people think I see people in personalities. I have met many extremely interesting people who have different skin than mine. T he true stories of a family of natives being given a huge sheep station and being too lazy to check the windmills and water on this property and having 20,000 sheep die is one example of an unlevel playing field. If any other person did this they would go to prison for twenty years > this has happened on numerous occasions and the government has restocked these properties at huge cost and had the same thing happen once more.
    Deserted Abalone farms, mussel farms, Oyster farms. and many more land-based projects have failed in 90% of the time. New houses wrecked in six weeks. Even one house had a horse taken inside then shot so they could eat it The people were still in this house living a month later with the smell and maggots crawling through the house.
    The people seem to have lost the ability to look after themselves. I will note there are many young people now with good jobs and good clothes working.
    Many years ago many of our natives worked shearing sheep. These people were extremely well respected by station owners and farmers, other natives had good jobs in many other fields.
    The whole society seems to run on the handout money, much of which is spent on gambling and alcohol while their children starve. In one, and as in many outback towns the old people are bashed and their money stolen on pension days. They almost starve.
    People are teaching their kids to steal and hate. The opportunities for these people to get ahead are vast.
    In many third worlds, countries to be given a three-bedroom house with room for a garden and free water no rates and power would lead to the grateful owner growing food in the garden and tending to the house to keep out vermin and cockroaches.
    The living conditions of these people are far better than before we came to this country nearly two hundred and fifty years ago. Medical, nutrition, clothes, and many other advantages are offered for free. how about looking to the future and assimilating to help this magnificent country prosper.
    It is no advantage turning the wheel toward the future when another group is trying to turns it back to the dark ages when many of us ate each other. I am proud to be an Australian.

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  12. Handsome animals!

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  13. Alan Malizia says:

    Must be cold. Wearing the winter gear!!
    -Alan

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