*The scheme of things*

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Subject: *The scheme of things*
From: Laurie & Leanne Knight <>
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 17:34:18 +1000
John Gamblin wrote:
> Ibis and their pungent droppings are also rife in the
> Botanic Gardens and they have quickly taken up
> residence in the recently opened Roma Street Parkland.
> =======================================================
> JAG says:
> Mankind changing the local environment yet again eh?
> =======================================================

Yes, previously the area was a derelict railway marshalling yard.  Now
covered with gardens, creeks, lagoons, paths, seats and

> "G'day all, yep I'm back" quiz later this week with
> Enzed fridge magnets (of Enzed birds) as prizes. I've
> got six on my fridge already as they are so good.

That's all very well, but where is our Neddy Seagoon memorial poem???

Regards, Laurie.
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