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Time: December 12, 2010 from 10am to 3pm
Location: Roma Street Parklands City/Town: Brisbane Event Type: seed, saver, garden, visit, christmas
Organized By: Donna Latest Activity: Dec 14, 2010
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Lets meet up for a Picnic on Sunday 12th December. Very informal, bring a plate to share if you want to.
More details about where will be posted closer to the date.
NOTE: I FIXED THE TIME, THIS IS A LUNCH TIME PICNIC NOT EVENING - SORRY ABOUT THAT!
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Our blood pressure has more or less returned to normal ;-) Lissa and I have been in contact about the Pandan. Thank you very much for taking delivery of it :-)
What a shame Elaine, it seems that QR are always doing track work on my line (Ipswich) - every weekend I want to go anywhere that could be accessed by train they are out.
Not sure if I mentioned it before... but Lissa has custody of your pandan plant :)
Sorry I couldn't make it, I think I am destined not to attend the December meeting ^^ Hope you did receive my sms Donna...
Sorry I couldn't have made it either the rain the day before but me a day behind in my plans, and everything just fell apart.
It would have been good to have got there but thanks to QR and a monumental stuff-up we got to Petrie and went home again, tired out and nothing accomplished.
Thank you for introducing me to the Roma St gardens - as I said, I had NO idea all that was there. Just beautiful.
And thanks for lending me your kids (Ashley was there to help too lol) for a stroll around and the chance to enjoy all the lizards, lilly pads and swings through a childs eyes :D Most enjoyable.
And now I have my Pandan!! :D
Thanks for coming Lissa, it was good to catch up with you and swap our plants :) Now I have pit pit, pandan and monsteria!
Glad you had a chance to have a walk around, it is a great place with lots of beautiful plants and very peaceful.
Oh, I'll bring your Pit Pit and Monstera too.
I will be there Donna, but it looks like rain still.
Don't know my way around in there but it can't be too hard to find the cafe or waterfall. Don't expect we'll be fighting others for car parks if it's raining which is one good thing to come out of it.
Albert's Godson's staying over with him tonight, so I won't be able to get there early tomorrow... I may be slightly late in fact ~ anyways, see you tomorrow ~~~
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