Yes Rob -
Some of us down here would love to have some of
your nice 'balmy' weather, if only for the relief of a day or two.
Yesterday here in Nelson, New Zealand, we had 27 C and I'm starting to
wilt, but we will have more of that before the leaves start to
I'm definitely not a summer person.
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Sent: Sunday, 27 February, 2000 12:56
Subject: Re: The Old Folk
<CUT> it's balmy here in
Nova Scotia as well: 15 C on Thursday, and today is supposed to top that...
friends in Australia and New Zealand must be laughing at us...
Roy Sinclair wrote:
Julie and others
My family would agree regarding the recording of the Sinclair ancestors who
came to New Zealand in the 1850-1900 period. My Father never spoke about his
Father (my grandfather) and the family of three sisters and five
brothers also never mentioned there early family life.I am also guilty of
not supplying any info for the records and the family keep reminding me that
I am now a senior citizen of 73 and to compound the fact have organised a
Golden Wedding Party on the 25th March just to make the point that time is
running out. So I must to research go and rake the old brain for the
forgotten past of my life. It might take many years but records are an
essential part of our life today for future generations to ponder and wonder
where they fit in to the picture.
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