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Tidewater Traveler by George W. Sellers, CTC

Aussies and Kiwis - Part V Some readers may have wondered over the past few months about the titles of the Tidewater Traveler articles ~ Aussies and Kiwis. Aussie is the colloquial name first conferred upon residents of Australia by their New Zealand neighbors located about 1,400 miles to the east. The word Aussies is now widely used to refer to Australians. A kiwi is a fuzzy brown fruit,

about the size and shape of a large egg, with a green interior and tiny gritty seeds ~ actually very tasty! Kiwi is also the name of a large New Zealand bird, about the size of a DelMarVa chicken, but with a long, pointy beak and wings too small to support f light. Kiwi is also an affectionate nickname for anyone from New Zealand. Thursday, February 21 ~ We

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