January 27, 2005
Jody writes:

Thankfully, it was only a small one. The big 'roos are taller than me and could easily beat me in a fight. Here's a picture of the incident as it happened. I hope this ends the series of animals that bite me before the list includes crocodile.

I've updated the bite-o-metre accordingly.

You can see all our latest Australia pictures now. It's the first chance I've had to upload a set, since Australian internet access is strangely harder to find and more basic than in Asia.

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  • just looked at the photos - the stromatalites! what a treat!

    the berg x

    ps - jody you've got to stop sticking your paws where they're not wanted!

    By Blogger The Berg, at 9:35 AM  

  • Hey bergie,

    Yep, we loved the stromatalites! Though think I was more excited about telling Alex about it. Keep wanting to pick up bits of rocks for him wherever I go.

    Hmm.. Think I won't be letting Jodes go near any more wildlife. I'm not up to sucking out any venom just yet!
    Love ya
    Ames x

    By Blogger Amy, at 11:24 AM  

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