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Post Info TOPIC: Cuppa & MrsTea's Blog - House-sitting in the Daintree - Part 3


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Cuppa & MrsTea's Blog - House-sitting in the Daintree - Part 3


Our time in the Daintree is coming to an end sadly, but we are looking forward to February up on Cape York.

http://cuppa500.com/Blog/2020/01/23/last-few-weeks-in-the-rainforest/



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Struth! 4 months, nah! no way, couldn't be. That went quicker than quick Cuppa and Mrs Tea.

Some great info and pics as usual. Love reading your blog. That Bush Turkey was an original OZ too. I know that by his Colours.

I reckon that frog croaked once too often judging by the way that nasty snake had hold of him. You can keep those snakes up there too. This old Indian Chief and snakes don't get on.

Nice pics of the Cassowary too.



Keep Safe on the roads and out there.

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Top read as usual and I'm with Doug regarding Snakes - Sorry my motto is "They're not protected - the bullets get ém every time"

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