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#14528 8-Jul-2007 13:13
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I going to take my boy to the park this afternoon after his sleep and enjoy the sunshine!

anyone else going to do anything to lap up the nice day while its here?


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#77324 8-Jul-2007 13:49
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I'm going to enjoy the whole day stuck inside at work.



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  #77325 8-Jul-2007 14:06
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gutting. we dont get nice days much anymore- its a shame you wont get to enjoy it

 
 
 
 


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  #77329 8-Jul-2007 15:41
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Went out to mission bay, walked for a few hours on the beach, had a nice ice cream.... Extremely nice drive back as well, none of the usual clowns on the roads that make up a small but vocal group of Aucklands drivers.




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  #77330 8-Jul-2007 15:46
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Still recovering from temp change between fiji and wellington :(

28c to 6c is a big change! :(

Crawling under house this arvo to pull wires up thru walls.  What a fun job.  Two more sets of wires to do.
Amazing what is under the house.. hose fittings, cables going nowhere and someones shoe!  Oh, and it appears the neighbourhood's cats use under my house as their litter-box.






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#77333 8-Jul-2007 15:56
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Just back from brunch and visiting friends... In Wellington is only 5c, but nice and sunny...





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