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07 March 2017


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Real great experience while I was dead on my part.

Keith, your visit to Simbu with your family is a history. I felt so humble to thank you and your family for motivating us, Simbu writers to prosper.

The caves that you were lost is now the home of Blamey flying foxes, one of the rare species only found in Simbu recently named after French cave explorer Susan Blamey.

Indeed memorable and important visit. Looking forward to Mathias Kin's book on Simbu history.

Many thanks

John K

Hope to read if you had met some old faces in the next installment. Wakai we!!

Keith - The wheel as ever turns. A half century in your case with Chimbu.

And likewise with me in Australia. And 48 years with Chimbu for me.

We only knew you and saw you in photographs, Keith. To have you here and met you and family in person was the greatest moment of our lives. We wish you all the best in the remaining leg of your journey back to Australia. Wakai we...

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