Little Splitting (pic heavy)

Post in 'The Wood Shed' started by Auzzie Gumtree, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. Jags

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    More pics needed, my down under friend. I have been to Australia and loved it. The only thing I don't like about it is that you have a very high ratio of very poisonous creepy crawlys.
     
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    Very impressive! That pic isn't one of those Jurrasic cycads y'all have down there is it? Just got done teaching about them. American teenagers love Botany.<>

    oh, and don't blame Bogeydave - your stacks have to be done completely opposite of his due to the coriolis effect.
     
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    Not had to deal with many poisonous creepies - we do get these spiders (Huntsman) and they are massive. They are not poisonous just give you a little 'love bite'. The first time i saw one i freaked - i had to get the kids to catch it and take it outside :( They love wood piles........
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    Wow -that's an impressive animal! Good on ya for not killing a relatively harmless species. In my piles, every spider that isn't a black widow gets a pass.
     
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