8 Freckled ducks ... Wood Sandpipers 2

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Subject: 8 Freckled ducks ... Wood Sandpipers 2
From: Penn Gwynne <>
Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2003 18:42:13 -0800 (PST)

A long longe time ago, in a land many miles from here. There lived a wise olde man of Sowf file Enzed. His name was Soss of de sowf. Some thought of him as a wise olde sage, no onion. He spent his life making up little whims and doing his best to make young wishes come true and yeah verily many did come true. Here is one.

Young Conrad was a happy Taffy that moved to live on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria, Oz.

A very moving experience indeed. He works hard at the "Coolart House" olde homestead and wild bird sanctuary with the beaut air conditioned bird viewing area. Fool E enclosed "birdytorium" its now called.

His days were spent letting all know about the birds he would see as he walked and worked. Despite the drought, he told me that, presently at the Balnarring Primary skool wetlands, a wonderful project showing good results, of this report.

His happiness has reigned today, as he toured thee area and then collided with his mate, Gandalf of Newzild, also known as JAG de Whag, and told JAG about the 8 Freckled ducks now being seen at Coolart House along with the two Wood Sandpipers.

Yea verily Gandalf of Newzild was happy as so to was his Taffy mate.

But then they both thought? Oh Oh please don?t stampede down here it?s dry and dusty. Hmm thinks I wonder if Wood Sandpipers can play golf? Yeah verily JAG is blessed, see birds close to his home, sea birds close to his home, and see birds close to his olde home :^D>>>

JAG wanders off with olde green flowing robes to tell the young about thee importance of the olde olde native environment. Yea verily he came to pass.

Back Tamarra folks.

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