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Date:10/21/2014 9:50:46 AM
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TOBY please help me get to the castle
I am Pepper's girlfriend and went to many tiel ballgames.
“Polly, why are you dragging that perch around?”
Polly drops it, panting, “This is a didgeridoo.”
“I recognize a PERCH!”
Polly blows into the didgeridoo.
“What will you play?”
“Today's selection is 'Tie Me Kangaroo Down' in honor of the Honeymoon”

Please remember to check out pics in my gallery. I used a couple from Mr. Kiddo's honeymoon album.
Mr. Kiddo, will tell the story of the honeymoon?

First of all there were four Sennies on the honeymoon. Myself, SP and the couple who shared our first date, Peanut and Codie. Peanut is not so active anymore, and Codie has since flown to the Rainbow Bridge, so the Fab Four as we called ourselves are a bit of BC history for sure.
First we left right from the Castle in a chartered jet piloted by John Travolta! Then we landed in Sydney, Australia where our good buddy Jivu met us and took us on a tour of the city including a tour of the Rainforest Park and a lovely dinner at the Opera House. From there we set out for Ayers Rock and did some climbing about.

Then we set out across the Outback in a rented Hummer chauffeured by Leah from the K Kritter Korral flock as her wedding present. The five of us drove across the Outback (which is an amazing trip in itself) to Brisbane where Leah dropped us off, and we met up with Jack from down under (the best man from the wedding, remember?) and spent a day at the Brisbane Water Park. Next we set out with Jack for the Steve Irwin Australian zoo, which is so large we had to spend two days touring it.

After regretfully leaving the zoo, the five friends boarded the luxurious cruise ship, Orion, and headed for New Zealand. The amenities on board were a dream come true, and after the ship had circled New Zealand we landed on NZ's shore for the final leg of the honeymoon.

After a tour of New Zealand we were welcomed by the wonderful Maori people for a traditional celebration. SweetPepper and I renewed our vows in a traditional Maori Wedding Ceremony. It was a day of fun, sun and feasting, and the four of us were thoroughly tired out when we boarded our flight home at Auckland Airport with Jack seeing us off at the gate.

All in all it was the trip of a lifetime, and the memories and friendships with the folks down under will never be forgotten.

Thank you Mr. Kiddo. What a wonderful time.

Please vote for ME, ZIPPY.
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