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Date:9/20/2014 7:28:56 AM
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Hey Ollie
Yep, that was me that mentioned the Laughing Kookaburra. That's cool that you hear them! Does it really sound like laughing?

We're entering Spring now. Some people call it Autumn, but I prefer Fall heheeh. How cold does it get in Australia in the winter? It can get down to -10° F in the winter here, but usually that's only once or twice a year. The hottest in the summer can be up to 100° F but that's very rare, usually the hottest in the summer is 90-95° F.

That's funny that those boys had never seen a bird like you before! Was it your color, or the way you act? I'll bet that they liked you though :) Oops, time for me to get going! I'm sorry! Here's a vote...

See you later!
Love, King Spirit Cloude ♥
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