Don't ya just love it when you get this kind of e-mail from your youngest child, living far away at the other end of the country. "Look who we found in our dining room when we got up this morning." Yep, you guessed it, this python - youngest child fancifully named it Tiffanny Long. Our girl and her husband have just moved into a bush property in Queensland and are loving every little bit of it. The python had aparently come into the house to warm up on the windowsill in the morning sun. Happily this is not a dangerous reptile (unless you're a mouse a small venomous snake or something else of that size.) They don't have fangs, their teeth being small and hooked so that they can hang on to their prey, so they're not usually eager to bite humans. This one was removed to the outdoors using a long stick under her front end and a hand to pick up the back end. She found another suitable spot to sun herself and our daughter has the comfort of knowing that Tiffany will be on the look out for the more unwelcome visitors that might happen along. Our Canadian rellies are away for a couple of weeks doing the tourist thing and visiting friends in South Australia but we'll be seeing them again and this time I thought we'd take them to see the inner suburbs of Melbourne - vastly different from the outer suburbs. Gotta go now as I have a newsletter to get out. Bye until next time.