Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2008 09:18:29 +1100
I wonder whether they will still be there after the Skyfire fireworks
display this saturday?


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As Marnix reported, there are indeed hundreds of ’em.   However this leaves
Canberra far short of being the FF capital of Australia.  Depending on your
definition of ‘city’, Canberra comes in at FF City No. 87.  Still,  you
won’t see this scene in this Quercus spp in its native USA.

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