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When James arrived last week in the Strait Lady, in addition to the tomatoes and other goodies, he gave us a double foam mattress and said Wayne, the Ranger, would like us to build a bed for it. Well it fit perfectly in the Ute, so I figure if people want to sleep under the […]

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The caretaker’s cottage on Deal Island is surrounded by two layers of fence. The inner fence surrounds the two houses. The outer fence’s circumference is about a mile long and has many gaps, which allow rabbits, possum and apparently penguins in. How do I know this? I have closed gaps in about a half of […]

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Happens every day. I happened to see both today and they were beautiful. We helped the worker bees, from Friends of Deal Island, offload today as the sun rose. It seems there are rarely midday departures and arrivals here. The bees completed a remarkable amount of tasks while they were here. They cleared sea spurge […]

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