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A Good Time

Wandering up the street last evening I came upon a quite attractive young lady who was, I thought, clad rather skimpily even for this hot climate.  She asked me if I would like to have a good time. I was not … Continue reading

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Something to Think About

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Halls Creek Sitrep One

Friday marked the end of my third week in Halls Creek.  I am settling in at home though I still have some unpacking and putting away to do.  Slowly getting into the job.  Despite this not being the ideal time of … Continue reading

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Sushi

This week, I had my first food complaint in years.  A dear little old lady who is quite a well-known character here in Katanning called me to complain that she ate some sushi which tasted like petrol, burned her mouth and throat … Continue reading

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Lost Weekend Yet Again

The weather has been dull and cool. I have been disinclined to do anything much.  I have already reported that I optioned out of a ride this weekend.   Nothing much has filled the gap.  The housework remains neglected except … Continue reading

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Aitch

Most Australians refer to my professional title – Environmental Health officer – as “Ee Haitch Oh”  whereas I refer to myself as an “Ee Aitch Oh”.   I was perplexed over why so many Aussies aspirate the aitch, which to me sounds very wrong.  Proper pronunciation had been drummed … Continue reading

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