Thread subject: Have Any of You Seen This?
||04/28/07 07:31 pm
||Have any of you seen this? (I know some of you will)
||04/28/07 07:56 pm
||Thanks Tiger, I am printing it as a keeper. Irene Virag writes a weekly gardening column in the Long Island newspaper known as Newsday. I don't remember this particular article.
||04/28/07 08:02 pm
||Thank you for the article, Tiger. He was certainly a dedicated, remarkable man. Whoever handles his website is knowledgeable as well; it's the best around.
||04/28/07 08:19 pm
||All I get when I click on that link is a page of gibberish. Not sure what that's all about but I am quite sure it's not what you intended for me to see. I am probably missing some program or other on my computer to view it.
What is it about?
||04/28/07 08:33 pm
||you need Adobe acrobat reader. If your on a mac I dont know.
Its about Dennis after he passed away.
||04/28/07 09:53 pm
||Shelley, you do need to have Adobe loaded to read it in it's original format but I will copy and send you the article. Thank you Tiger. I read this in Newsday 6 years ago but I had forgotten all about it.
||04/28/07 10:21 pm
||I used to have Adobe and to tell you the truth, I have no recollection of removing it but somehow, it is no longer on my computer. However, I need a computer checkup as it has been giving me lots of grief lately so until my computer guy has a good long look at it, I'm not downloading anything.
|RI osprey fan
||04/28/07 10:22 pm
||It downloads fine on an oldish Mac. Thanks for the link.
||04/29/07 01:56 am
||Wonderful reading Tiger...........
Thanks for sharing. ;-)
||04/29/07 10:10 am
||Thanks so much for finding this, Tiger. I can't imagine how I missed this in Newsday. I feel blessed to have met Dennis before he died. My husband took me into his"study" to meet him. His bird paintings were everywhere. I looked into his journal of traveling down the river in Brazil (I think.) I wished I could have stayed there & read the whole thing, but we only visited for about 10 minutes. I'll never forget it.
||04/29/07 10:40 am
||I am glad you enjoyed this. I ran across it some time ago and saved the link for future reference. With Adobe it is easy to save your own copy.
||04/30/07 01:10 am
||Thank you Tiger for the article. This was the first time I've read it, and what a beautiful tribute to Dennis Puleston it was. I never realized just how much he loved and respected nature. His family was so lucky to have a man so in love with all creatures great and small.