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09/11/08
I wanted to travel and visit all the sites with them. I've never heard of a bellbird. It sounds interesting. Thanks for taking us on this "Summer Holiday."
09/16/08
I really enjoyed this interesting well written holiday story. Absolutely bang of topic! I didn't know about bellbird - checked it out: a bird with a bell-like song. Thanks alot.
09/24/08
Desultorily

1. passing from one thing to another: aimlessly passing from one thing to another
conversing in a desultory fashion

2. random: happening in a random, disorganized, or unmethodical way
The soldiers were subject to desultory fire from the enemy position.



[Late 16th century. < Latin desultorius "leaping" < desilire "leap down" < salire "leap"]


-des·ul·to·ri·ly, , adv
-des·ul·to·ri·ness, , n
Encarta ® World English Dictionary © & (P) 1998-2005 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.


Learning a new word definitely made your article a blessing. You are an excellent writer.

May God bless!

Sincerely,
Dan Blankenship