RE:The not too pleasant aspects of living amongst Barbarians...

Subject: RE:The not too pleasant aspects of living amongst Barbarians...
From: "terry gourlay" <>
Date: Fri, 06 Oct 2006 23:19:56 +0000
Many of you will have seen the lovely planting of about 60 Eucalypts,on the lower Ridge of Majura,adjacent to the N.W. corner of the Pine Forest,with remarkable determination a wonderful lady called Waltrude masterminded this,over a period of time often working single handed she cleared the HoreHound,and with the assistance of The Friends Of Majura she planted the Eucs which were Staked,mulched,protected with plastic covers and watered...well on Wednesday everything was systematically destroyed,even the Watering facilities...Though a Doughty lady,I am sure messages of support will help Buoy Waltrude up a little to rise above this terrible setback She can be reached at Gourlay

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