Assistance at Penrice

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Subject: Assistance at Penrice
From: knightl <>
Date: Fri, 9 Jan 2004 19:34:51 +1000
G'day Gary,

January is not a good time to be on the Birdsville track.  The
temperature in Birdsville reached 49C on consecutive days this week.
Not conditions if you have a breakdown.  Make sure you carry lots of
water and that someone knows where to look for you if you disappear.

Regards, Laurie.

On Friday, January 9, 2004, at 02:50  PM, Gary Babic wrote:

My wife and I are flying into Adelaide from Bangkok, arriving 8AM
Saturday January 17.Wewouldliketo stop at Penrice to look for a Fairy Tern, but I understand that someone local guide is required.But we
have also heard of a new system where one can sign in and get a
key.Lastly, weare noteven sure the place is accessible on weekends.

We will then head north forweek on theBirdsville Track.
Wewouldappreciate any assistance for access to Penrice,whether Fairy Terns are indeed present,and of course any recent news aboutthe
birdsorconditionsonthe BirdsvilleTrack. 

 Best regards,Best regards,


Dr. Gary T. Babic

Business Manager, Asia-Pacific

Hatco Corporation

President Park, Cedar Tower 16A

99 Sukhumvit Soi 24

Bangkok, 10110 Thailand

Office: 66-2-661-1076

Fax: 66-2-661-1122

Mobile: 66-1-916-5196

Laurie & Leanne Knight

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