To: Aaron Organ <>
Subject: ANZAC Day
From: John Gamblin <>
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2002 01:59:15 -0700 (PDT)
Aaron Organ <> wrote:

Looks great John!!!
You nearly had me!
Aaron Organ

Hehehe Glad it made you smile .... on ANZAC Day,
despite yours truly being an olde olde Pongo, I prefer
to spend my day in a nice quiet birding spot far away
from the madding crowd and marchers.

This is normally, reasonably, close to Hastings or
thereabouts. Good to just sit there and reflect back
on past Army mates that these days can't go birding
with me.

Whisper a few quiet words to let them know they are
always my friends .... then say a few thank you's to
the birds that gather round me.

So if your in the area, wander around the swifties
spot I told you about or around the pier to the marina
area near the shore, I'll be around there.

Lots and lots of Musk Loriket there now.

Take Care and it was good to talk with you.

John and feathers, did you work out who or what Luke
is? "Use the firs Luke, Use the firs".

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