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Broccoli Kit Warms Up Werewolf of Oz Huskisson Episode

Hi, it’s Greenygrey. We’ve got a hat-trick of greenygrey great news this morning. stayt

Firstly, Charlie Stayt did the double with a lighter greenygrey look on the morning news this morning.

Broccoli Football Kit

Secondly, they also featured a greenygrey football kit symbolising green vegetables.

La Hoya Lorca are based in Murcia, which is known as “the vegetable garden of Spain“, so they wore the kit to honour the volumnous verdant veg in the region.

There is good and bad news about the kit. The good news is that it’s become known as a lucky kit after they won their league last season. The bad news is that it’s being nominated as the worst kit ever by a cruel media!

Photo: www.futbolbalear.es

The third great greenygrey news is that we have enough room for the first episode of the week of your favourite werewolf travels Australia to a Wizard of Oz theme travel quest epic comedy classic Werewolf of Oz: Fantasy Travel by Google Maps.

Link for Amazon book and kindle.

It’s not a big bumper epic episode, but it gets the journey back on course with some light-hearted husky comedy inspired by the town of Huskisson.

We’ve included a couple of funny husky – baby videos at the end: both for your enjoyment, and to show that huskies (and their ancestor wolves) are just as intelligent as humans – humans when they are vulnerable babies dependent on adult humans.

So we don’t think hunting animals such as wolves for pleasure is big, brave or intelligent!

Link for multiple Ereaders at Smashwords.

Link for multiple Ereaders at Smashwords.

Chapter 114.  Husky Son in Huskisson Hushes Us On

Elle took to the raft-pulling like a dolphin to water, and with a lighter load on a calmed sea we reached similar speeds to the previous day. It felt refreshing to be back amongst the waves, alternating between waterworld and skyspace, although I was still missing Barry and family of course.

Huskisson has Potent Pull 

We reached Jervis Bay in the evening, and thought about stopping somewhere for a meal.

As we circled the bay from the left, Vincentia didn’t draw us in, but Huskisson seemed to have a certain pull.

Mooning in Moona Moona

We were preparing to land near Elizabeth Drive, on the junction with Moona Moona Creek, when a car full of women stopped at a nearby junction.

The driver mooned at us twice. Her front-seat passenger berated her, ‘Elizabeth, will you stop mooning or we’ll be up the Creek without a paddle; there’s a husky father and son just over there. Elizabeth, drive on now.’

The husky son just chuckled, and hushed us on.

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