My future trip reports (B-A decline)

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Subject: My future trip reports (B-A decline)
From: Jenny Spry <>
Date: Wed, 13 Jan 2016 02:38:43 +0000
Hi all,

I have received a lot of kind feedback on my trip reports but I still don't
want to return to placing them on B-A for all the reasons I and Paul Dodd
have commented on. The best compromise I can come up with that will work
for me is that I will email B-A every time I put up a new entry on my blog.
This way only people interested in my travels, twitching and Meat Pie and
Vanilla Slice revues etc (smile), need read them. People who are offended
by my twitching, listing and occasional spelling and grammar errors need
not be offended by them.

I did consider just cross-posting the text portion of my blog to B-A with a
disclaimer at the top of the report. "Please do not read if you are
offended by twitching, listing and occasional spelling and grammar errors"
but I can not be bothered, and anyway people may read the report anyway.

My blog (link below) has been running now for some four years and has the
same content that I used to post to B-A. I never read the comments posted
to it so please don't use this facility and expect a reply. To further
protect myself I will not reply to any email from anyone who has given me a
hard time in the past; these emails will go directly to my spam folder so,
thanks to the magic of gmail, I won't even see them in my inbox.

The B-A archives may suffer, yes, but I will attempt to include enough
information in my header so that the archive retrieval system can find my
postings. I will happily reply to emails from anyone who wants further
information on any of the Blog content so please feel free to email and

And for anyone interested I have just put up a blog on our drive to twitch
the Paradise Shelduck.

And if you have plans to travel the coast south of Sydney do include a
night at the Culburra Beach Motel or caravan park. Lake Wollumboola and
surrounds are full of waders, terns and bush birds and it is now famous for
turning up rare vagrants, the White-rumped Sandpiper in Feb 2014 and now
the Paradise Shelduck and Hudsonian Godwit. What will its next MEGA be?

cheers and thanks again for the kind comments and feedback on my past

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