|Subject:||Better There was a Duck-shooting Season|
|From:||Penn Gwynne <>|
|Date:||Wed, 15 Jan 2003 15:10:40 -0800 (PST)|
What a truly wonder filled idea, brilliant as the drought bites harder. What I would dearly love to see, being an olde and ancient water worker, is an improvement in what is in fact shot into the waterways and wetlands of Oz. Never ever lead eh?
Ken said'on was reaching the geneal public. Unfortunately, with mailing lists, its on a suscriber basis, and only those with the specific interest get the information.
Sadly I agree entirely.
Wouldn't a 'National day of the Waterways' be great idea for Australia?
What a truly brilliant idea ........
A bit like a child using a dunay? presses the button to make sure the child can then wash hands eh? education!!!!!!!!
Do you mean native creatures only?
Are they on special this week?
JAG going shopping for unusual brackets. Teach the children and before you know it they teach you.
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