|To:||Terry Pacey <>|
|Subject:||Grounding of ship|
|From:||Penn Gwynne <>|
|Date:||Fri, 19 Jul 2002 18:00:29 -0700 (PDT)|
G'day Terry and all, yep along with the bay sediment being stirred by those very powerful tugs, quite badly stirred, can I say, I'm interested in the discoloration of the ocean water close to the rear of the "ANL Excellence" .... I wonder if any Moreton bay water? Hahaha at the use of the word water, samples were taken? looks quite oily brown to me? at least it does here?
Terry Pacey <> wrote:
I may be paranoid, but a look at the photo in an article in today's Courier Mail (with photo) seems to indicate that the statement ".. Queensland Transport said there was no fuel or oil spilled from the
"is a load of rubbish".
www.thecouriermail.news.com.au and look for the story.
Hope the above helps???? what was the bird we heard whilst nattering on the phone? sounded quite close and had a very unusual call?
JAG De Whag praying for an event in Tassie today .... wanders off singing "It ain't easy being green"
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