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From: "MR. TREVOR DUCKETT" <>
Subject: Re: Party 2000
Date: Tue, 19 Dec 2000 20:52:39 +1100
Yep, I'm ready and raring to go but I have changed my mind about my clothes.
I felt that I may look a tad blah! when we meet up with everyone, what with
wearing a little cotton frock, so I will now be bedecked in a yellow velvet
dress with long sleeves that can be removed 'ifn it gets toooo hot and it
will be trimmed with ermine..fake of course!!.. Being an Aussie I will
forgo the diamonds and drape myself with opals from the heart of Aus. There
now, watcha think???...stunning or what!!!!! I've got lollies from Richmond,
King Island cheese and some loverrrrly Tassie Salmon. I will not be
bringing any mutton birds..firstly, they bite and secondly, they pong if you
try to cook them! I am so glad that this is a virtual trip 'cause I gotta
go do a rellie run on Boxing day...quite the globe trotter!! Cheers Judy
who is getting rather warm in the velvet!!!
----- Original Message -----
From: Andy & Mary McKinlay <>
Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2000 8:21 PM
Subject: Party 2000
> Hi Chris,
> The Tassie contingency is all ready to make the big trip to W.A. Judy is
ready and waiting!
> Yes, Bluey the Burmese is coming with me and so is big fat Humphrey the
Moggie. With Humph however I fear for the parrots as he is a great bird
watcher in more ways than one! The red and green will be a great temptation
for him alas!
> Benjamin the Lab. is really looking forward to eating with Mr. Chippy and
all food is on board.
> Yes, we want to see Tuk's Tomb on way to Cornwall, he is an old friend of
> You'll know me by the Victorian gear and the black opera cloak lined with
rose pink . Here we come Camel Train! Are you coming Judy?
> Mary from tassie. Food all packed in ice with some Tassie oysters thrown
in for good measure!