|From:||Penn Gwynne <>|
|Date:||Tue, 8 Apr 2003 22:14:56 -0700 (PDT)|
TAIL END CHARLIE indeedy!!!! geez fair go Stuart, he's the rear gunna didn't you know? and the reason they have yellow tails is due to thee international warning colour signal .... when following a long long vehicle one should always display this colour or flag.
It's true mate, wood eye tell yer a fib :^D>>>
Checks last weeks quiz and only two correct entries? hmm
JAG searching the evans for some rain
Thank you for the beaut info mate.
Stuart Fairbairn <> wrote:
On Monday 7th a flock of about 70 Yellow-tailed Black cockatoos flew north over Darling Point heading across the harbour.
Then about an hour later tail end Charlie, a single bird followed.
Rather larger flock than usual.
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