Discussion in 'New Members Section' started by Kiwi SRT10, Dec 16, 2019.
Being at sea level has it's advantages.....other than rust
Yes, I grew up on the west coast of Canada, right on the waterfront.
If I drive 1000 km west, I pick up 80 horsepower FREE !!!
Looking for 11.6x out of my 5585 lb tank!
View from the house and of course at our beach
All I can offer in return is a landscape of snow...
Just wiring a new DAC into my NAS Server (another hobby).
Whatever that is lol
I gave up on computers after win98
Digital to Analog Convertor
Network Attached Storage
(A high quality Juke-Box I made myself)
I knew that...I knew that...
ah yeah ...not really
I like my nice new blue banner....supporting member
Yes, I look at mine daily.
We like snow. Where we are now we get none....not even close.
When we move to the South Island we will see some and may even get a dusting from time to time.
We are looking to buy a house in Pleasant Point. About 12km inland from Timaru. Ity has a Golf Club and a Steam Train what else do I need...oh and good flat straight roads for the TRUCK!!! and no one lives there. 1 million for whole of South Island. 1.4 million in Auckland alone.
The wife likes gardens she speaks in tongues when she gets out there, sounds like swahili but it maybe Latin.
It is actually snowing right now.
I do get sick of the taste of seal meat.
In another couple of months, the frost will leave the ground then 120 days later it will come back.
Why do I live here again???
We have 1.2 million here but the city is large at 825 square kilometers.
You could ask why the other 1.2 million are also there lol
I know you like skiing.
ah.....your favourite colour is white
ah....help me out here...
You always want it to be Christmas yeah that's it
Seal meat lol
You have all that corn and wheat to eat and maple syrup. Gruel to grind those teeth down, Buffalo, Caribu,..... yeah... ok.. beef
I landed here with my parents in 1967 (in a 1967 Dodge Monaco) 383 4V.
A new 'Vette that year was $3749.00 Outrageous!
Where did you arrive from?
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