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Posted by:Jun 29th 2006, 05:55:19 pm
andrewyes every time we made a trip there we had to see rosie and feed them bread
Posted by:Jun 29th 2006, 10:58:20 am
snowyThe Gallup girls will miss Rosie...she is always a highlight of our trip!
Posted by:Jun 28th 2006, 04:40:44 pm
smittyOften wondered how such a beautiful creature learned such vulgarities.But then again I knew a beautiful creature from Hoboken that... well, another story for another day.
Posted by:Jun 28th 2006, 11:56:12 am
Kimberly'Bye-bye', Rosie ... what a beautiful bird!

Does anyone else remember the days of Rosie and her first beau Albert, where Romora Bay guests were greeted with vulgarities worthy of a classic Monty Python skit ;-)?
Posted by:Jun 28th 2006, 10:26:23 am
RomoraBayWe are very saddened to announce the loss of one of Harbour Island's most famous residents, "Rosie" the Scarlet Macaw of Romora Bay Club & Resort. Rosie died on Tuesday morning, June 27, in the cage she shared with her longtime mate, Goldie.

Rosie and Goldie have been two of Harbour Island's most beloved residents for over 40 years. Many families make it a tradition to stop and visit the birds during their yearly trips to the Island and of course, the birds thoroughly enjoy the attention, too.

Goldie, of course, is very sad, but is receiving lots of care and attention and we hope that his spirits will lift soon. And we, of the Romora family will sorely miss the laughter and chatter of pretty, gentle Rosie, the Scarlet Macaw.

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