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the_barrons, Australia

the_barrons

are a group of people in Australia . They have been members for over 3 years (1,251 days).
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  • Distance sent: 3,377,440 miles
  • Last seen: 16 days ago
  • Languages: English and Tagalog
  • Birthday: 2nd April
  • Interested in direct swaps: No Click to learn more about direct swaps
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Lat: -27.56, Lon: 151.95 | Google Maps

About the_barrons...


We live on a dairy farm near Toowoomba, Australia.
Our kids are in the early years of school and are learning to read and write.
We are using this project to extend our writing skills and learn about other countries locations, the culture, people and general life.

We look forward to receiving some mail that isn't a bill.
We'd like to read about your life, interesting local fact or link (in English) to a local recipe.

As far as cards go if you have a first day of issue card or maxicard (http://www.postcrossing.com/blog/2012/03/19/postcard-formats-maxicards )we'd really love to receive one ☺.
Images showing agriculture (animals, machinery, crops, general farm life) in your area or just everyday life from your part of the world would be appreciated.

The kids would be over the moon if we got cards featuring:
-Lego
-Disney
-Comic book characters
-hello kitty

Otherwise we'd be happy with a typical tourist card. But really don't worry too much, we do love all the cards we get.

We'd really appreciate if you could write as much as you can fit onto our cards, we love reading what you have to tell us. If you're stuck on what to write you could tell us what you last ate, somewhere locally you have visited lately, what games kids play where you come from, surprise us!
Also if you could include the a small drawing of the weather conditions and temperature that will give us a good idea of what it's like where you live.

Updated November 2016