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If you squint maybe you can see my street :bigsmile:





I'm surprised a developer hasn't bought up that piece of land sticking out into the ocean and built an exclusive, high story Hotel Resort on it - ruining the view for everyone else.
Yay for the councillors who have rejected the financial kickbacks they'd receive for allowing that to be done. :perfect:
 

LoyalXenite

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I'm surprised a developer hasn't bought up that piece of land sticking out into the ocean and built an exclusive, high story Hotel Resort on it - ruining the view for everyone else.
Yay for the councillors who have rejected the financial kickbacks they'd receive for allowing that to be done. :perfect:
its too popular a local and tourist spot to risk a hotel ruining it, they save that for just a couple streets away :bigsmile:
 
#24
So this is this is one of the many hiking tracks near where I live. The reserve is called "Belair National park " and is situated in the Adelaide hills.
On my last hike there I seen kookaburras, Sleepy Lizards, Kangaroos (including a damn big Red kangaroo..and as I walked by he just sat up and checked me out.. made me nervous) Rosella's, Koalas and so many Monarch butterflies.. I mean there were so many.. as I walked along the track I would continually stir up the masses of butterflies on the ground.. it must have been breeding season for them or something. I kinda fantasized that they were friends, happy to see me and accompany me along my hike on that day...
It was amazing :)
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As I came out of the tunnel I was greeted by a swarm of Monarch butterflies. A North American butterfly apparently bought here a by accident a hundred and fifty years ago or there abouts. Beautiful sight none the less.
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LoyalXenite

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Was gonna say you've clearly entered some wonderland through that tunnel, especially with the butterflies since theres barely any around anymore (at least in NSW).. but then that boomer.. :LOL::LOL:
 
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