Like I said in the do you drink when you brew thread, you gotta have a beer when you brew - it shows the youngster what it's going to be when it grows up.
My visiting friend & I had your broadcast on live while we drank martinis and talked story bout the old days (we are 11 hours behind you here in Hawaii so it started around 8PM our time). The sound was pretty good. The birds came through great. I heard sparrow-like, dove, and mockingbird-like sounds. I also heard a lot of English. Occasionally it was loud enough to understand the conversation. Man you serve a nice variety of pu pus. I couldn't keep up here, and there were only two of us.
Thanks Puna. We have morningdove, sparrows, magpie, wren, Eurasian coot, duck, goose, heron, kingfisher, Great Tit, robins and hawks within about 2 km of me. In particular the robins, tits and wren are in my garden all the time. I feed them spent grain, of course. One of the wrens pretty much never moves from our lower garden and is a bit bossy of the other birds.
Pu pus meaning food? We didn't do too much - breakfast pizza, wings, cole slaw, pulled pork, guacamole, all over the course of about 10 hours.
Here's a photo of everyone after we relocated to the park (more shade, more room):
From left: Nico (coworker), Michael (heavyhops.com), wife of Simon, Yann of Outland Brewery, Simon (caveabulles.fr), Dauphine, Jordan, my wife, and then Emily (fiancee of Brandon from http://beergeekinparis.blogspot.com/
). Check out all that Pliny!