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Last Post 01-12-2011 9:14 AM by  Sheena
One last test!
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01-12-2011 5:22 AM

    This is Peefer Hahns and Jenny Conure on one of the few times they been in together they tend to squabble like children

    Birds are like chocolates you cann't stop at just one!
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    01-12-2011 5:24 AM
    Oops picture ok don't know what I've done to the writing though!
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    01-12-2011 9:14 AM

    Congrats on managing pictures.  I always struggle -  getting them off my camera onto the computer is bad enough.  You seem to have cracked it anyway.

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