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|Subject:||Lost umbrella and pier|
|From:||Penn Gwynne <>|
|Date:||Fri, 6 Jun 2003 17:49:32 -0700 (PDT)|
John is working on a song and/or some poetry for this little feathered one.
He is thinking something along the lines of "Kermits" wonderful song!
"It ain't easy being green," or a variation thereof.
Good rains on the Mornington Penninsula but strong winds have done damage to the Mornington Pier and many other loctions. Sadly I'll scrub the pier from my better bird viewing positions.
John bought a new green and gold large umbrella yesterday as a BA prize, he took it outside to check it out and he now thinks it's in Tassie somewhere, so if your down there and see one could you please return it to John, thank you everyone.
Have a very good birding weekend, tahrah from Holly
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