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|Subject:||Walk next Wednesday|
|From:||martin butterfield <>|
|Date:||Sat, 11 Dec 2010 09:27:43 +1100|
The walk scheduled for next Wednesday to Callum Brae is confirmed. The weather looks to be quite good so meet at the usual gate on Narrabundah Lane at 9am.. (NB: the reference to another entry point in Gang-gang was a brain fade by this author. Notices will be posted there to redirect folk to the correct and better spot!)|
I have been asked to warn people that conditions in the reserve are very damp, and I suspect will continue to be so. Also the goshawk appears to be moving her operations around, so I would suggest that everyone wears a hat at least. Perhaps a largish group may intimidate her (joke: I think they intimidate as easily as Fox Terriers)!
On the subject of dampness I have come across a set of images of Queanbeyan in the floods of 1974 and 1976 which may be of interest.
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