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    Posted: 06 Dec 2019 at 1:36pm
whats everyone doing over xmas? anyone going away?
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Staying at my brother in laws holiday place in Papamoa for a few days, It will be darts and cards everyday, so plan to relax. Otherwise for the days off at home I will try and get to my permission for some bunny bashing.
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I plan to go bush for a couple of weeks. take my boys bow hunting and stay in a DOC hut. should be fun.
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no mate us poor people cant afford the road and petrol taxs  let alone the fuel to evan go to town these days let alone go for holiday mate,but some good news tho just been given a bullock and wagon,so maybe when we fixed wagon up bit and caught the bloody bullock and trained him we mite go away next year eh!! 
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just been talking to the share milker the smart arse just told me will proberly have pay emission taxs and fit a poop catcher to bullock then register the wagon as transport trailer and pay road user charges on it if this government has its way and still in power by next xmas!!tho reckons maybe able to get cheap rego on bullock as a tractor and rego the wagon as farm trailer and save costs that way,worlds full smart arses eh!!
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yes you can register it as a farm wagon. you can travel up to 50k from the registered address. plus no Warrant of fitness required
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i guess AE rego would work eh,guna take while for bullock powered wagon to evan do 50kms mate,not exactly race horses eh!!i guess will just have stay round home this year do bit trout fishing in river at back farm,at lest the beer be cold the river straight off mountain bout 5 kms a way,can think worse ways spending hot summer days than fishing in cool mountain river with cold beer close at hand mate.
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that sounds like a very nice way to spend the holidays
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definatly a no stress way spend few days for sure and plenty trout in river too,can allways spend few hours quiet happily watching the rare native blue ducks in river too.
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Mike, how's your solar system working?
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