Solo twitcher to cross Tasman in rubber ring | bird-o

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Subject: Solo twitcher to cross Tasman in rubber ring | bird-o
From: Alan McBride <>
Date: Fri, 05 Nov 2010 12:06:14 +1100
Thanks to Paul, Denise and all the other respondents.

What is truly inspiring is the amount of care and concern shown by B-Aus 

Truth is it's a statue from an exhibition called Sculptures by the Sea between 
Bondi & Tamarama which I saw the day before, hence it seemed appropriate

Good isn't it, as is the rest of the exhibition;-)


Cheers and thanks for a humbling experience. Hoping the water's not too cold 
and see you soon;-)


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