Oh! No! More on GPS

To: "Robert Inglis" <>
Subject: Oh! No! More on GPS
From: Tony Russell <>
Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2000 21:39:51 +0900
G'day g'day, I'm back from Easter travels. Bob, you are so right, but my
wheelbarrow is of limited capacity so I have to leave these other bits in
my semi trailer.

Twitcher's snippet: Seven very hard working birdos managed to find a number
of the Short-tailed Grasswrens ( Amytornis merrotsyi) in the Gammon and
Flinders Ranges areas over Easter. Details on request but I can assure you
they are very sneaky little suckers.


At 06:22  22/04/00 -0700, you wrote:
>   Hi all, Tony, you didn't mention the satellite phone (subscribers to the
>Iridium  network must be feeling sick), the CB radio, the 'flying doctor'
>HF radio, the  EPIRB, the emergency flares, the strobe light, the
>fluorescent paint spray cans  and the 10 klms of pink plastic tape. Also,
>Tony, a lightweight digital watch and a short stick can substitute  for a
>heavy watch with hands.   
Seriously though, Tony has a valid point.   
Tony Russell,
  Adelaide, South Australia
  phone : 08 8337 5959  , o/s 61 8 8337 5959
  There's nothing quite like the feeling of seeing a new bird is there?

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