Flame Robin's strategic visit

Subject: Flame Robin's strategic visit
From: Bill & Raelene <>
Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2014 13:18:53 +1000
All morning men have been laying concrete next door with a big white dog roaming around. Sitting down to soup I looked out and the Flame Robin fluttered down like a moth. It foraged in the shade then hopped on the fence and and scanned the groundworks. It came while the men were having their lunch break. This is some smart bird.

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