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    Serpentine this is beyond a joke,

    Dam named in honour of Serpentine
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    Serpentine Falls

    40kms south/east of Perth
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    Serpentine Dam Plaque

    GG at Serpentine Dam
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    Tourist info Map of Serpentine

    For those who need to know about Serpentineland
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    Serp's House

    In what year were riding/residing in this district?
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    Re: Serpentine this is beyond a joke,

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    Dam named in honour of Serpentine
    The second marker leads straight to Al's house......

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    Shouldn't I be getting royalties?
    Can't slow down, the Langoliers will get me

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    hey Serp

    No tips or royalties here buddy, it is for the glory that's all.

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    Graeme Gould at Byron Bay the most Easterly part of Australia

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    OH! That DAM Serpentine again!!!
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    He's pretty famous this Serp guy!!
    A dam is named after him, waterfalls, a log cabin, and a MINERAL!!

    http://mineral.galleries.com/mineral...i/serpenti.htm
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    OK, from now on, we all have to call Serp (Mg,Fe)3Si2O5(OH)4 , OK?
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    or a layer silicate!!
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    My wife just saw this and in her words,
    "yeah, you're a layer of something alright"
    Can't slow down, the Langoliers will get me

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    Originally posted by Serpentine

    My wife just saw this and in her words,
    "yeah, you're a layer of something alright"

    with Mrs. Serpentine...

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    Originally posted by Serpentine

    My wife just saw this and in her words,
    "yeah, you're a layer of something alright"
    Ouch! Wait, are we married to the same woman?
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