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elijah13
Apr 15, 2020
Didn't know there were camels in Australia. You learn something new each day--or at least I do.
Right now making some chicken meals that I will freeze for later.I cook this way because I am only one person and not about to cook every night. Just use the microwave to heat up.


Despite the forces, live like it's Spring. It's summer feeling here. Other places have snow. Weird!
nborchardt
Apr 15, 2020
Yep, we woke up to about 1/2-1 inch of snow on the ground and a thin layer of ice on our driveway.......really? Have a safe day, elijah13, and enjoy your cooking today. Since there is two of us, my husband buys a family size package of chicken breasts, pork tenderloin, and other meats, bakes or cooks them on the little grill he has, freezes them, and then I take them out to defrost and heat up. Makes meals so much easier.
CatLadyOKC
Apr 15, 2020
It's cold this morning, no snow! It's in the 60's this afternoon!

"The worth of a kitten from the night is kittened until it shall open its eye is a legal penny and from that time, until it shall kill mice, two legal pence and after it shall kill mice, four legal pence: and so it always remains. - unknown"
KarenBuglet
Apr 15, 2020
Well, elijah, at least we are supposed to be cooler tomorrow. Currently at 4pm the weather channel is saying we are 91 degrees with a "feels like" temp of 98! Way too hot for me.
tshepherd24
Apr 15, 2020
I never knew that camels were in Australia either elijah13. I always thought they were just the middle east.
trynfindit
Apr 15, 2020
Some time ago we were scuba diving in a n.e. Florida river and found mammoth teeth and prehistoric camel jawbones.
pixipixil
Apr 16, 2020
It was 32 this mornign but sunny all day. Tonight we are due for some snow --not much tho, but a weather system will be coming in a day or so that will drop more. Ugh.
retirenow14
Apr 17, 2020
I was not aware that camels existed in Australia either. Maybe the English imported them to use as beasts of burden or transportation around the time the continent was a penal colony. I cooked and froze individual meals for work when I was single. Potatoes do not freeze well, though. They seem to become mealy.
tshepherd24
Apr 20, 2020
That was my first thought as to why camels would be in Australia retirenow14. At least I wasn't the only one to think that.
mokie
Apr 17, 2020
Who knew???
Believe it or not, camels originally evolved in North America, from whence they spread to Cenozoic Eurasia (today, the only extant camels are found in the Middle East and central Asia) before going extinct in the land of their birth at the cusp of the modern era. The most notable prehistoric camel of Tennessee was Camelops, a seven-foot-tall megafauna mammal that roamed this state.
KwkClkrSwkr
Apr 17, 2020
They look they're RELAXED.
Honeybeez
Apr 16, 2020
Nice puzzle! I had to look it up, I had no idea there were camels in Australia!
jan1936
Apr 16, 2020
KarenBuglet, what country do you live in. Me I live in Washington state..Were going into Spring \, It's been lovely.
lilbc77
Apr 15, 2020
I did not know there were camels in Australia either elijah13. What a surprise! Pixipixil that book sounds very interesting. With the pandemic traveling by book is about the safest thing to do.
trynfindit
Apr 15, 2020
I love to do internet research on places and things all over the world.
dbnc2
Apr 15, 2020
Not to hard to do today
we are having rain today
trynfindit
Apr 15, 2020
We're scheduled for rain every day til Sunday, and then who knows!?
JAMP124
Apr 15, 2020
I wish they would turn around and enjoy the scenery!
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