, and I work over on the left.
nifty, that wet stuff in the middle of the picture on the bottom is about 200 meters from me right now.
Posted by: spacemonkey at Friday, August 13 2004 12:23 PM (DN55C)
Posted by: Jim at Friday, August 13 2004 01:59 PM (IOwam)
Thus confirming what we have always known. It is good to be Pixy Misa.
Posted by: Stephen Macklin at Friday, August 13 2004 07:05 PM (4819r)
Looks like a damp commute to me....;)
Posted by: Susie at Saturday, August 14 2004 12:46 AM (CSnd4)
It would be if it wasn't for that bridge thingy in the background.
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Saturday, August 14 2004 03:01 AM (kOqZ6)
Posted by: Ted at Saturday, August 14 2004 11:48 AM (blNMI)
Pretty good when the trains are running on time.
Which, lately, has been never.
Posted by: Pixy Misa at Saturday, August 14 2004 12:00 PM (+S1Ft)
Cool picture. Looks like a beautiful city, too.
Posted by: RP at Saturday, August 14 2004 06:06 PM (LlPKh)
Wow! That is a beautiful commute if it's above ground. Go ahead, make us even more jelous by telling us that you have a partial view of the Sydney Opera House from your home.
Posted by: michele at Wednesday, August 18 2004 07:52 PM (beN4P)
So what is the current immigration quota in Australia for Texans?
Beautiful city; beautiful picture. Thanks.
Posted by: JohnL at Friday, August 20 2004 02:59 PM (Hs4rn)
Actually, John, I know several people in Austin who have lived in Australia and still visit quite often. There seems to be a huge connection.
That is a beautiful picture. Joe and I both agreed that Australia is one of the first places we'll go when he's doen with residency. If they hold an anasthesia conference there before that time we may be there earlier. :) So, how long is the commute between where you live and where you work?
Posted by: Linda at Friday, August 20 2004 09:26 PM (9Pzdi)
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