RFI: Honeyeater? music? olde England?

Subject: RFI: Honeyeater? music? olde England?
From: Penn Gwynne <>
Date: Mon, 6 Aug 2001 19:02:22 -0700 (PDT)
G'day All,

I've spoken to many from this list on the phone about
this? but I'm still not 100 per. cent sure about this
cute little fella's ID? could someone clarify if any
studywork has been carried out on the diet of the
"Singing Honeyeater" with special emphasis on

Would anyone know the name of the beaut music shop up
in Mehlbin :^D that sells olde LP's? a phone number or
address would be great? and a 64 million question?
which LP? CD? is the Cat Stevens songs on, which I
believe are called "Where do the children play?" and

Many sincere thanks those in the UK that have not seen
the Oz light as yet :^D should I think that many of
the tips you offer are not tested in the Australian
heat? it does get a tad warm here at times?

This is Pen and I'm typing this up for "Dard" cos he's
busy sanding down some wood for bats :^D why he thinks
we Oz need more good bats is beyond me though :-] ....
many thanks to all who help on this project, too many
to name, but all are in my thoughts and I send my
kindest regards.

Pen_Gwynne (Keeping a welcome by his Hilaryside)

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