FOR THE BIRDS

Port Douglas & Mossman Gazette - - NEWS -

Our rov­ing North of the River re­porter, Stephan Stephanovich, tells us there is a galah that sits on the side of the road on Iron­bark Road (Di­wan) ev­ery morn­ing be­tween around 8am. As op­posed to the other galahs that re­side in the area, this one is of the avian va­ri­ety. He tells us that it is ob­vi­ously a pet and seems very ad­justed to hu­mans. It will al­low you to get within about 2 feet be­fore it flies off. If any­one is miss­ing a galah (other than a rel­a­tive), Iron­bark Rd. would be a good place to start. aged in­dus­trial chemist who had re­tired to warmer climes. The chemist had achieved some sig­nif­i­cant suc­cesses in his ca­reer and the jour­nal­ist asked him what he was go­ing to do now he no longer had such chal­lenges in his life. The chemist re­sponded by say­ing he was al­ready work­ing on per­fect­ing the process of turn­ing al­co­hol into urine..

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