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February 24, 2024

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The main street of Mullum was transformed in somewhat Bacchanalian style to dining table for 180 guests. A light shower during mains served only to w(h)et the appetite.

A simple move under the sidewalk awnings meant revelry and dessert continued unabbated.


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1 COMMENT

  1. Plonk that long table down in the main street.
    Get off your bronc, grab a chair and have a seat
    This here sitting is going to be a lonnggggg time
    settling on the stomach as it goes down real neat
    Sip and then swallow, as BBQ bird goes down like wine.
    No traffic here and if there is just tell them to go round.
    There are bickies, bottles and trifles and cheese
    If you want some of that tart up the end yell out, say “please”.

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