discharge I bummed around a bit doing this, that and
everything. Finally got a permanent job with the old Post
Master General Department and ended up in Darwin. Survived
cyclone Tracey and stayed on to help with the clean-up and
am still here. The one good thing to come out of Tracey was
meeting my wife Chris not long after the event and we are
still together. No children (that I am aware of).
personal note, in the past Chris and I enjoyed camping and
canoeing, but unfortunately we can't do this as much now as
I have had a few medical problems that slowed me down a
bit. Things are on the improve now though, so who knows, we
may get back out there again.
On to the reunion, what an undertaking on your part and I
wish you all the very best with it. For myself, I cannot
make a commitment to attend at this time. I am in my 34th
year with Telstra and as you know there has been much
discussion about selling what is left and if this happens,
what do they do with 50'ish relics like me is anyone's
guess. If Telstra decided they no longer require my
services and make a decent redundancy offer, then I would
make every attempt to join you all at the reunion.
All the best.............Scott