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... but by the end when we pieced all our fibres together we had a decent bit of rope. The two groups swapped and we went over to the guy. He taught us a game involving throwing sticks at each other which was designed to increase speed, agility and reaction time ready for war. Lastly the two groups came together where we learnt a song in Maori complete with actions which we were informed we would be performing that night in front of 120 people! We had some time to chill ...
... too dry. Highly modified front and rear suspension, and disc brakes, as is just about everything about it.Timed on the straight at Pukokohe at 280k's, pulling 7000 revs, it will go to 9500, but his max' is 7000.He is a modern day Bert Munro this guy, a fantastic mechanic and gifted racer. Has won many classic races against G50's and the like both at Pukokohe, Taupo and elsewhere.
... on the dash in the Nissan. Rang Kelvin at Volt as suggested by Bert, and 3.30 I was down there having that checked out. Minor problem, doing no harm, leave it til Bert gets home, OK with me.
Lona gone off for the hair do and I am stoking up the wood fire, gone off cold now the sun is going down, OK in here at 19, but only 12 outside.
Busy day tomorrow lunch with Dorothy and Brian for ...
... 10.30, although I can't deny a snooze on the way.
We are now established in the Master bedroom, reminds me of America where the main bedroom is always the biggest room in the house, plus it has a walk-in and en-suite, bluudy luuxry.
King size bed too.
Went into town yesterday afternoon to PaknSave to bolster the pantry, Lona was going to make ...
... and I lined up with dozens of children and a few parents, again on the grassy hill. And we were off, Darius disappearing in seconds in a throng of little boys before I crested the first rise. I felt like the Man from Snowy River - I could see him through the trees descending a distant slope and accelerating away, while I could hardly raise a trot! But then we hit the path along the foreshore - so much easier - ...