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Post  Kon61gold on Fri Nov 14, 2008 8:19 am

From: Nightjar (Original Message) Sent: 21/04/2006 12:46 AM
Hello members,
On a recent trip to the Leonora area we took our trailer with us to bring some firewood back to the camp. We believe our friend came back with the wood?
During the course of the evening this little univited guest (image attached) dropped in for a chat. He belongs to the THERAPHOSIDAE family or commonly known as an Australian Tarantula. He is an adult male measuring 100mm's and probably has only 6 months to live. His female partner who he is frantically looking for, before he dies, probably meaures up to 160mm.
We are happy to say that there will be NO poachers on our lease once the "bush telegraph" sends out the message that these little fellas are in the area.
Anyone interested in learning more about this wonderful creature can look here. Our eight legged friends
Be warned******** You may develop a bit of a twitch and if your loved one tickles your ear you maybe hanging from the rafters.

Cheers & nightmares.
Nightjarfriends
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Post  Kon61gold on Fri Nov 14, 2008 8:31 am

I think we all have a story to tell about spiders

I took the family up to the Grampians with a Jayco campervan and we camped underneath an old gum tree. As we had arrived in the evening, the site seemed okay

In the morning there was a huntsmen inside on the roof and where my son was sleeping there was one just above his head on the canvass. Whilst I never worry about them, you should have heard the commotion and screams from the women "I'm not going in there with those things" I put one a stick and chased the nearby teenager who apparantly wasnt too tough. In the tree was a nest of them so they must of thought we looked interesting. We moved to a new spot later on.

We drove into Stawell later on and you guessed it, there was on inside the car - thank goodness he only surfaced when we were parking the car - my daughter couldnt get out fast enough.
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Post  echidnadigger on Fri Jul 03, 2009 2:41 pm

I feel I have to share this one.
I was a passenger in a car with 3 others, coming up to a t intersection in the blue mountains, the driver(A bloke) suddenly hit the brakes, stopped for no apparent reason and jumped out screaming. Naturally we all thought some thing was terribly wrong so we followed suit and bailed out. With the car empty with all four doors wide open and all four of us standing in the middle of the road. We asked what the hells going on. The driver then explained there was a huntsman spider on the back widow and he had seen it in the rear view mirror. He also then explained that he was arachnophobic. After I removed the spider and all our hearts slowed to a normal pace, we got back in the car and the three of us spent the rest of the day giving the driver heaps.
Brett.
PS. lucky no one was following Laughing
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Post  Nomad on Tue Jul 07, 2009 1:03 pm

A prospector is sitting at the bar just staring at his drink
> for half an hour when this trouble-making claim jumper steps next to
> him, grabs his drink, gulps it down in one swig and then turns to
> the guy with a menacing stare as if to say,
>
> 'What'cha gonna do about it?'
>
> The poor old prospector starts sobbing.
>
> 'Come on man I was just giving you a hard time,' the claim jumper
> says. 'I didn't think you'd CRY.' 'I can't stand to see a man crying.
>
> 'This is the worst day of my life,' says the old bloke
> between sobs. 'I can't do anything right.' 'I overslept and was
> late to an register my claim, so I lost it. When I went back to
> the claim, I found everything was stolen and I don't have any
> insurance. I left my wallet in the mines department office. My wife
> took off and my dog bit me.
>
> So I came to this bar trying to work up the courage to put an
> end to my life,
> and then you show up and drink the %&^* poison.
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Spider Yarns Empty Waco Jacko king of the kids.

Post  Nomad on Wed Jul 08, 2009 8:59 am

When Fara Fawset or whatever her name was died she went to heaven and the big bloke said well ya been good so ya can ave a wish, so she wished that all children would be safe, so wacko jacko had a heart attack and died.
He had so much plastic they recycled him (it) and made plastic toys so kids could play with him for a change.
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