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An ancient incantation

Dusty Miller

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All I said was "I think I might test my new hammock tonight" then this appeared, no doubt they are ancient words of power.

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Great night for a test! Testing Gear in bad conditions is a good thing I find. Do I see a hooch rigging tutorial coming on? :)
 

Dusty Miller

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Its up, so maybe. Trial by ordeal. Good for assessing gear I guess.
 

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"i don't think i'll need a tarp tonight" is also known to summon bird droppings :)
 

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I've also found;
1. Waving that magical 'wand' (read fishing rod) about in the air invariably brings about sudden lightning storms.
2. Having to work under the car results in downpourings of rain & sudden darkness (intensity is dependent upon how far from home you are & how good a collection of tools you have available to fix the problem)
3. Looking forward to enjoying a pleasant evening outdoors sends out telepathic messages to initiate the great gathering of mosquitos.
4. Blistering heatwaves & swarms of bees always result from travelling 1+km down the road on my bike.
5. The intensity of one's bowel movement requirements is in direct proportion to how little toilet paper you're carrying (again paying homage to the god of socks & Tee shirts).

Bill A.
 
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I think it is more bat droppings mate :^o):
either way they are disgusting :vomito:

No, bat droppings are invariably summoned from above by the sound of open mouth snoring.
It's what they really have radar hearing for.

Bill A.
 
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