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    He turned out to be a right ROFL....she's divorced now.

    Time here Kaye is 11,10am. I think the difference is maybe seven hrs forward where you are.

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    Deanne,
    This kit you have really oudone yourself with. it is absolutely gorgeous! love, love, love it!
    Somewhere in all the madness lies the beauty within

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    I love this awesome kit Deanne. Thank you. Awesome layouts ladies! I made a desktop and scrapped a trip to South Dakota.





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    Rolf or Rofl? Branch Rolf?? Sorry I dont get it...Maybe it's a "scortish jork?" do you have to say it with an accent? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by tin tin View Post
    Deanne,
    This kit you have really oudone yourself with. it is absolutely gorgeous! love, love, love it!
    Thanks Tin Tin... I am feelin' generous LOL . check your PM for a free download of that kit
    Hug Tina!

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    Deanne, you are always so generous! how you make money off your kits giving them away, I have no idea! Such a very generous person. this kit will go perfectly with my New York Central Park layouts.
    Somewhere in all the madness lies the beauty within

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    You are more than welcome! Glad you like it...
    New York Central Park looks like an awesome place - only ever seen it in the movies but I always wonder at just how huge it is!! Do you know the size of it?

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    I have been there and it is very large...not sure on size, but relatively speaking New York City is not big really, how it holds about 15 mil a day oustounds me!

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    Cental Park is half a mile wide and two and a half miles long.

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    Thanks.. I did just look it up and yes it is!
    Central Park is approximately half a mile wide, and two and a half miles long. The area of the park is 843 acres.
    Thats not nearly as big as I thought it was.. maybe it seems bigger because its surrounded by CITY buildings? I thought it just went on and on ....
    There are big parks all over the place in Australia... maybe they seem smaller because they are not in the middle of a city..
    The farm we lived on in Mt Gambier was that big .. and I guess if we want to think BIG distances hey Kaye.. we need to think about travelling from my place to yours. How far is that? 2,700kms - not much of a park though is it, the Nullabor!! and to think we will meet in a few weeks time!
    Last edited by Moonbeam; 08-08-2013 at 07:44 AM.

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