|To:||"Philip A. Veerman" <>|
|Subject:||Spell checker and bushfires|
|Date:||Thu, 23 Jan 2003 13:32:42 +1100|
hehe....beauty is indeed in the eye of the beholder! ; )
Bush Fires do on first encounters seem disasterous, destructive and a little sinister, but they are part of the natural process to restore life and balance to the bush.
Just wait a few months and see the true beauty that firing of the bush has to offer....fresh shoots....new growth...and all the birds and animals returning to enjoy the bounty!
Lets just hope law makers don't see it beneficial to bull doze and continue to clear these areas.
My Outlook Express spell checker doesn't like the word "bushfires", it tries to change it to "beautifiers". Weird! They haven't been here!
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