Tuesday, 19 November 2013

lets party.................

Catch you later
The Wallaby!!!!
PS Busted leaving the party on daylight.......1 wallaby, 2 rabbits, 2 kangaroos......
we had a great night in the garden ALL night.............

28 comments:

  1. Can you eat wallaby ?? Christmas lunch ?

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  2. bang.
    you could start a new Christmas lunch tradition

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  3. A new look to the Chrissy dinner coming up.

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  4. Naughty wallaby. I hope he's not on FB!

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  5. They are sorry Chookie. Truly they are but they are just very hungry.
    Don't go nuts.

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  6. Hahaha -- Wallaby party at your place. Try to enjoy them for those of us who just have annoying squirrels!

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  7. We had a neighbor in Memphis, Tennessee who kept one as a pet. It was always getting out and roaming the neighborhood.
    Mama Bear

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  8. oh dear, I imagine they could mow through a fair bit of tucker in one party!

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  9. LOL!!!! Love this!!! I've had a dozen cows jump the fence into my garden this week - not impressed... :P

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  10. You obviously have the best pad around. Not sure how you make it less palatable.

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  11. It's a compliment when they want to party at your place?????
    Hugz

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  12. That sounds like quite a party! And I imagine that those 'guests' could eat/dig up quite a lot of garden:-(. The latest here in Suburbia, Mrs Bush Turkey, having dug up all the sweet potato and potato tubers (and eaten them) has now turned her attention to hippieastrum bulbs, but they must taste awful as she didn't eat them.

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  13. oops! Sorry but I had to have a giggle. We battle possums in our yard - very frustrating!

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  14. Instead off Alice in Wonderland ....It's Chookyblue in the land down under

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  15. Amazing. We who don't have to deal with "roos" and wallaby just think they're cute! If I found one of these in the garden I'd do what you did...grab the camera! We have deer and rabbits and ground hogs and possum feasting at night around this part of the world.

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  16. Just as long as they dont find the Friday Night Drought Drinks in the Chook Shed.

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  17. Will let the possum and baby living in our roof, that there is a top party happening...

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  18. Lol! I have seen a few humans looking like that after partying in the early hours of the morning. I hope that they didn't do toooo much damage!

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  19. Talk about the wildlife! Cheeky :o)
    We have a flock of black cockatoos holding penthouse parties in the tree tops :o)

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  20. Thats sooo funny!... Maybe he needs a blog.. like Peg and Dale!!

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  21. I bet you love your wildlife and really not that angry... even though they do a lot of damage - they are so precious.

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  22. Wallaby Stew with dumplings... little buggers!

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  23. My peace has been shattered by the return of a thousand Corellas, screeching and squarking from daylight to dusk! Hello summer!

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