Byron the Quokka Presents: Bell Mountain Trivia Question No. 13

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G’day, mates! Byron the Quokka here, with Bell Mountain trivia question No. 13–and here it is:

Who was said to be the toughest man in Obann City?

This character is so popular among us quokkas, my Aunt Sary named her firstborn son after him. That’s them in the picture.

Lee’s wife volunteered the answer, “Oh–that guy, you know who I mean!” Sorry, Pat, but that’s not good enough.

Remember, there are going to be 20 questions and whoever has the most right answers will win. We do have a leader at this point, but Lee won’t let me tell you who it is. Well, all right by me–we do want to keep the suspense pot boiling.

The winner gets an autographed copy of one of Lee’s books, plus the awe and respect of all the other readers of this blog.

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Can I Get 10,000 Hits?

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It’s rare for this blog to get 10,000 views in a month, but I hope I have a better chance than this chameleon has of latching onto those soap bubbles.

We have averaged 300 views a day here, all year long. We have 9,400 views for August with two days left to go. So two more average days will do it.

Now, if I could figure out a way to sell more books, that would really be something…

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A Friendly Reminder from Byron

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G’day! Byron the Quokka here, reminding you, in case you forget, that the mother of all comment contests has already started.

We’re shooting for 50,000 comments, we have 47,870, so there’s quite a ways to go. But! Fifty thousand is a dinkum milestone, and I’ve talked Lee into offering a prize that’ll blow you down. But we’re not going to tell you what it is until we reach 49,000. It might take the bloke some time to get hold of this item for you.

So keep on chatting, everybody–all us quokkas on Rottnest Island are on tenterhooks, waiting to see who wins. We have a lot of tenterhooks–we get ’em at cost.

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10 and 11 Months!!

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July 28th marked the 10th month of my blog and today, August 28th, is the 11th month of the blog! You know what that means… next month on the 28th will be the one-year anniversary!!

Thank you, Jesus, for this apportunity to spread the Gospel through this blog and reblogging! Thank you all for joining in on my blogging adventure!!

See ya! 🙂

Oh, Boy! Bell Mountain Trivia Question No.12!

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G’day, mates! Byron the Quokka here–and where’s everybody else? That’s me in the picture, looking for the readers.

Well, if you are here this morning, you’re in luck–’cause that means you’re getting first crack at Bell Mountain Trivia Question No. 12. And here it is.

Who put the flowers on King Ryons’ throne?

If you ask me, that’s a jolly easy one. Although there was one quokka named Maurice who didn’t know the answer, and got such a hard time over it, he had to wear one of those fake-nose-with-glasses get-ups.

Remember–if you have no idea what all this is about, visit the blog’s home page and click “Books.” It’s all about Lee’s books. Which you should read! Even if you don’t want to be in the trivia contest.

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Invitation to Readers: C’mon Over!

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Look, I don’t want to cover any nooze today, I refuse to post it. Besides, it’s a beautiful late-summer day, a gorgeous Sabbath morning, the enervating heat is gone–

So I’m inviting you to a backyard summer cookout, regular readers and newbies alike. Since I don’t actually have a back yard, or a grill, and the whole thing must take place in the realm of our imaginations… come one, come all! Room for everybody!

We’ll have a great time. Hot dogs, hamburgers, chops of your choice. Root beer, regular beer, iced tea. Horseshoes on the playground, just next door. Badminton on the lawn. A limitless supply of good conversation. Yea, forsooth, cigars for everyone who wants one! Our cats and dogs will play together. We could even play croquet. Let fellowship abound.

I’m going to imagine this and take delight in it. You’re all invited to do the same.

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How I Know the Bible is True — A Mom Looking Up

When Hubs and I first entertained the thought of home schooling our children, I wrote out a list of goals. Toward the top of this list was not to just bring them to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, but also the ability to know WHY they believe what they believe. ……always be ready to […]

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