Just missed you then; pplater Junior #5 has just recently completed a course at Bond Uni, so there were frequent pastoral mercy missions to Varsity Lakes over the last couple of years. Oh well. If you’re ever in the West... Cheers, pplater.
Probably about as common as a Tassie Tiger. Dave, it may interest you to know that the zaratite for the dress rings was also deliberately chosen for its origins; like the huon and the blackwood, as you may be aware, it originates from Tasmania. There were other Tasmania-specific minerals that might
Apologies for the delayed response. The photo, wrist and watch are all the property of Dr No. As he mentioned, it was a cheeky throwback to an old challenge on this forum, which involved wearing your smallest watch for a week. Art wore his mother’s watch, which must have caused a few interesting mom