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The following message was received from Brian Seddon:

Hi Ian

I was fascinated by your photo and excellent historical information about Port Molyneux in New Zealand. I would like to have your permission to use some of that information and a photo in an article for MxWorld, a quarterly newsletter that goes out to 200 worldwide members of the International Molyneux Family Association (IMFA) – a not-for-profit family history group. I would of course fully acknowledge your contribution.

Further information on IMFA can be seen at www.mx-world.org

Best regards

Brian Seddon President International Molyneux Family Association PO Box 74, Sandringham Victoria 3193, Australia

Standing L-R: Rev Raki Mama'o Tigarea (Fiji), Rev Grace Sunil Lata (Fiji), Monsignor Sione Malakai Katoa (USA), Pastor Leinamau Seru Manrogoana (Vanuatu), Mr Augusto Soares (World Vision, Timor Leste), Paul Petrus (Western Highlands, PNG), Mr Mr Sitaleki Finau (Tonga), Rev Jack Okup (Southern Highlands PNG).

Seated L-R: Hon. George Abana (Malaita, Solomon Islands), Rev Adriel Sami (Fiji), Commander Ishmael Toroama (Autonomous Region of Bougainville, PNG), Pastor Gilosa Madabe (Western Province, PNG), Rev Paul Jensen (Toowoomba, Australia), Father Robert Gigmai (Mendi Diocese, SHP, PNG), Pastor Saul Saefafia (Solomon Islands).

Standing L-R: Rev Raki Mama'o Tigarea (Fiji), Rev Grace Sunil Lata (Fiji), Rev Jack Okup (Southern Highlands PNG), Rev Leinamau Seru (Vanuatu), Mr Augusto Soares (World Vision, Timor Leste), Mr Paul Petrus (Western Highlands, PNG), Mr Sitaleki Finau (Tonga), Monsignor Sione Malakai Katoa (USA). Seated L-R: Rev Adriel Sami (Fiji), Commander Ishmael Toroama (Autonomous Region of Bougainville, PNG), Pastor Gilosa Madabe (Balimo, PNG), Rev Paul Jensen (Toowoomba, Australia), Pastor Saul Saefafia (Solomon Islands), Father Robert Gigmai (Mendi, SHP, PNG), Hon. George Abana (Malaita, Solomon Islands).

Fantastic Capture +++ LIKE & FAVORITE :))) .Best greetings from Ijaz Ahmad

Fantastic Capture +++ LIKE & FAVORITE :))) .Best greetings from Ijaz Ahmad

I delight in exploring our hoop pine forests, Berend. Light and shade, ready access, the clean creeks, ferns and epiphytes, fungi and mosses, and the occasional spotting of deer make it a pleasurable environment.

Appreciatively,

Ian

Our blue gums (Eucalyptus tereticornis) love the deep soils of the valley floors, but as that part of the land system is also the areas that are commonly cultivated much of the blue gum forests have gone. And there isn't very much blue gum landscape that has been conserved within our national park system either. In Victoria these same trees that we call blue gums (because of the colour of the fresh bark) are called red gums (because of the colour of their wood.

I appreciate your responses, Berend.

Kind regards,

Ian

Great view you have here,looks like good weather at the time as well.Like 3 from me.Greetings ,Peter

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