Never fails to amaze ......

Subject: Never fails to amaze ......
From: Penn Gwynne <>
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2001 21:12:15 -0800 (PST)
G'day All,

It never fails to amaze me and my "Dard" just how much
love is on this list, it is a bit odd though that so
many of you prefer to write to a Pen Gwynne rather
then me Dard.


Love to you all, and many thanks for the deluge of

Michael Norris:

It would not fail to amaze this Vichexican what they
do up there, they do hold the world record for the
gretaest amount of human land clearing done in one day
you know? I'm so glad it's not going to be a baited
two dog race on the 10th.,


Anne & Roger Green <> wrote:

Hi Pen,
Send them to South Aus, the home of the Southern Hairy
Nosed Wombat! (We've got a paddock full of their
burrows across the road from our front gate.) Also, 
check out the Earth Sanctuaries web sites. In
particular, Yookamurra (Murray Mallee) and Warrawong
(not too far from Adelaide) are excellent for rare and
endangered mammals roaming unrestricted in a natural
bush environment.

Theres a link to them on

Atriplex Services: "Working With Nature"
Environmental Consultants,
Growers of native Australian plants, educators.
Visit our Native Plant Nursery at "Fiddlers' Green"
Blanchetown Road, Morgan, South Australia.

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