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  Reply # 1878206 5-Oct-2017 23:02
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I thought Whakatane people would go to Hamilton Hospital.





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  Reply # 1878385 6-Oct-2017 11:04
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kiwifidget:

 

I thought Whakatane people would go to Hamilton Hospital.

 

 

depends could be a very specific thing


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1878386 6-Oct-2017 11:04
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@rb99 how did you get on with the trip?




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  Reply # 1878562 6-Oct-2017 16:37
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Trip want fine thanks. Got there ridiculously early - left at 3 and arrived at hospital at 6.30. Southern was pretty busy to my uneducated eye, but still moving fast. Surprised at how I managed to stay alert on the way there, maybe I concentrate a bit extra in the dark. Pretty sleepy on the way back though.

 

Went with daughter who was the one having the MRI and shes old enough to drive as well which obviously helped. Nothing major fortunately, just a keep an eye on type thing.

 

No idea why we had to go that far either.





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rb99:

 

Southern was pretty busy to my uneducated eye, but still moving fast.

 

 

If it was moving, it wasn't busy.





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