26 thoughts on “Where’s OZ”

  1. I’m hoping he has shrugged off his crippling infection and is now enjoying some well deserved catch up quality time with NSW.

  2. Poor OZ: I gave a little extra time for the photo comp as he had planned to contribute something… but nothing arrived. I do hope he’s OK

  3. I’ve just sent him an e-mail – hopefully he will be able to put paw to keyboard some time soon.

  4. Until I hear proof to the contrary, I am maintaining the mental image of OZ, NSW, no cubs, a crate of something sparkly and perfic’ly chilled and a freshly slain, well marinated lamb on the grill.

    Having just pulled Valzone up for the Emu tactic. I am flip flopping I tell you. On this topic, my small furry napper is well and truly in the sand. I have my paws in my perfect pink ears and I am singing “Naaah Naah ne Naah Naah, I can’t hear you!”

  5. Mrs Osborne!!!!!!

    I was trying to put it a little more politely but both ways it ends up in a game of Lupine hide the sausage.

    I for one wouldn’t blame him for neglecting his laptop in such a situation. 😀

  6. Oi, Christina and Ferret! I’m back, although not quite at my fighting best yet but well enough to be reading the poetry entries. Thank you to all the others for your good wishes. 🙂 Ferret’s fur is mine unless a complimentary, customised fountain pen arrives pretty damned soon, but I’ll have to think long and hard about taking on Christina (only in my present incapacitated condition, you understand). 🙂


  7. Pseu – I have just read you comment on the photo comp results and thank you for your understanding. I’m sorry to have let you down despite your patience and am aware I owe you a post on the natural glories of the Alentejan spring in the very near future. 🙂


  8. Hey Wolf!

    That’s fighting talk! I choose deat by a 1000 cervesas.

    Name your beer and lets get it on Lupo. 🙂

    Great to see you up and about chum. I know what you mean about CO though discretion, valour and all that. 🙂

  9. That of course would be death not deat.

    A thousand beers is but a mere aperatif you understand. After the warm up we can get down to some proper drinking. 😉

  10. Good to see you, poorly Wolf, glad you are feeling better; no doubt it has put frizzy fur into perspective. 🙂

    Did I tell you about my Marsupial ‘flu …?

  11. Pseu – Duly noted. 🙂

    Ferret – There was an interesting ‘news’ item on Top Gear recently where they noted that spectators to the Bathurst races would be retricted to, and I quote, 24 stubbies of lager OR 4 litres of wine, per person, per day and that potential spectators were stil scaling the perimiter fences in order to bury emergenvy rations in the woods. Sounds like my type of sport and you would be very welcome to visit the more Portuguese parts of Portugal any time.

    Nighty night


  12. Bilby – Araminta did mention your marsupial flu and you have my sympathies, but you have to understand that nothing, absolutely nothing, surpasses the particular strain of flu suffered by the male of any species and that nothing, even Wolf Flu, which is obviously the worst imaginable, is worse than frizzy fur.

    Sleep tight. 🙂


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