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Tuesday, December 25, 2007


I hope everyone has a great Christmas Day!

I was going to send out cards and e-cards and stuff, but I got lazy and kept putting it off and all. Sooooo......


Watch out for falling Christmas Coconuts.



Blogger Dusty said...

I hope you enjoy the extra day off Lazy ;)

Thats how I think of Dec 25th now that my son is grown up and moved the hell out finally! ;)

Anonymous Anonymous said...

lazy, hope you have a good xmas. i'm off to 'lakes entrance' for a week. it is about 3.5 hours drive east of melbourne and is victoria's biggest inland water system. it is pretty much brackish salt water with one main entrance to the ocean (bass strait). i've been there many times before, - it is a boaties haven, average temp through our summer is 26 celsius, (regularly goes over 30)and it is about a 60 kilometre long, by up to 5 kilometres wide, water paradise with heaps of bays, coves and islands. (you can easily spend a week there cruising around, sleeping on various islands etc). wife and i have sailed on the lakes a couple of times and had a ball. also, the fishing is excellent.

...and, i was so envious of the shark thing that i couldn't put coherent 'finger to keyboard'.

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas, enjoy your day and the special beer.

Blogger Daisy said...

Merry Christmas!

Blogger The Lazy Iguana said...

Dusty - day off huh? I had to get up early to take part in the family gift exchange thing. After that I promptly went back to sleep.

Ponder - sounds great to me! Sounds similar to the Wilderness Waterway here. The Wilderness Waterway winds through the mangroves of Everglades National Park. The canoe path is 99 miles long, but the entire system is larger than this. Lots of areas are so shallow that you can only navigate in a canoe or kayak - and then only at high tide. There are no buildings, except for some huts on stilts provided for campers by the park service. It is nice, I hope to go there this winter before the bugs get bad. I hope the Christmas Shark is OK. It swam away like it was OK.

Anonymous - the Czech beer was very good. Normally I do not go for pilsners, but I do enjoy them on occasion.

Daisy - Same to you!

Blogger Cheesemeister said...

I hope that Keith Richards doesn't try to climb that tree.
We have a bunch of damn snow. I know this makes most of the fuckers happy, but not me. I hate driving on icy roads. Not that I've ever given that impression before, surely.


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