So whatever happened to "The Big Year"

To: Greg <>, Peter Madvig <>, Carl Clifford <>, Wendy <>
Subject: So whatever happened to "The Big Year"
From: Denise Goodfellow <>
Date: Tue, 06 Mar 2012 13:11:00 +0930
Especially seeing most of the characters look too old to reproduce!
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on 6/3/12 1:00 PM, Greg & Val Clancy at  wrote:

> I reckon the Mrs Barnaby (both of them) are up to their necks in the crimes.
> Every time there is a murder they are in the vicinity.
> On the bird side of things the mist net strung across the gateway was
> interesting and the net used to wrap the victims was either a fishing net or
> an extremely large mesh mist net.
> A local birdo reckons he recognised all of the members of the Ornithological
> Society or at least knew local equivalents of them.
> The reel to reel tape recorder was also an interesting prop!!
> Despite all of this I like to relax in front of the TV and watch Midsomer
> Murders.  It is a bit of light hearted drama.  But I agree they will run out
> of residents to murder at some stage.
> Greg
> Dr Greg. P. Clancy
> Ecologist and Wildlife Guide
> Coutts Crossing

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