|To:||Hilary Richrod <>|
|Subject:||Wild weather here|
|From:||John Gamblin <>|
|Date:||Thu, 27 Jun 2002 17:14:20 -0700 (PDT)|
I can't chat today, my little family has blown out to nine after last night.
Neighbour brought round a family 2 adult 2 young eastern spinebill's, fast flyers and tricky to feed but fingers crossed eh. Beaut colours.
Along with the new family I also got 1 new galah, 1 new house sparra, and at 11pm a new rainbow laurie.
Wish me luck .... your JAG ... Adled onion Tony phoned last night it's his motherboard that has cracked that's the problem .... he'll be off line for a little while as I will too eh?
I've found a way to get an Eastern Spinebill out from between the brick wall and the bookcase? nice strong beak grip and little fleshy fingers, I'll buy young Angela from next door some choccy.
Going to try and post off anoither parcel later today to you.
Take Care lots of snow close by to here, whilst here it's wild winds.
Ooroo your JAG
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