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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmay View Post
    Haha, they can be a bit temperamentle sometimes
    Yeh I suppose but I have been told that if you herd them into a group they get distracted and don't even know you are there.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Had another car go in the ditch below the house today.

    If only Mrs D shut the bloody curtain when getting dressed after a shower

    Heres pics ..... of car

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    "Thats not a knife, this is a knife"
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    Went up on an angle from the right (2nd gear low range), wee bump on the steepest bit and she took off backwards with the wheels going forwards. Grabbed reverse and eventually managed to swing it round and back out of it just here:

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    Wasn't far off going all roly-poly! Couple of years back but I still remember it fairly well.

    Nearly cleaned out a horse on friday night too, clever animal decided it was a good idea to stroll across SH1 about 20m in front of me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dougie View Post
    This is turn one Levels (Timaru) if you are familiar with the track.
    The esses off the front straight? It does feel a fair bit tighter through there than it looks from trackside, and the corner arrives pretty quick!

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    I dont have any photos but my and my mate got stuck down by the river once, We shot a deer in the morning threw it in the back of the rodeo(crappy holden 2wd) and took it to the chiller then thought we would try our luck for a trout,also wash out the back of the ute. We backed down this little road to the river and started fishing then water started rising so we were outies. a quick wash then into the ute start going up then it started skidding and going back to the river. Lucky for us one of the local farmers was taking some stock down the road said he would be back later with his tractor to pull us out. Its funny he didnt wonder what 2 young guys are doing with a truck any way. anyway he came back and tried pulling us out with this old rope but it snapped, so we went over the road to the metal pit there and took some bailing twine off the screen that was there and that shit pulled us out. since no photos heres some awesome painting to give you idea

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    Excellent work there Toby!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    I dont have any photos but my and my mate got stuck down by the river once, We shot a deer in the morning threw it in the back of the rodeo(crappy holden 2wd) and took it to the chiller then thought we would try our luck for a trout,also wash out the back of the ute. We backed down this little road to the river and started fishing then water started rising so we were outies. a quick wash then into the ute start going up then it started skidding and going back to the river. Lucky for us one of the local farmers was taking some stock down the road said he would be back later with his tractor to pull us out. Its funny he didnt wonder what 2 young guys are doing with a truck any way. anyway he came back and tried pulling us out with this old rope but it snapped, so we went over the road to the metal pit there and took some bailing twine off the screen that was there and that shit pulled us out. since no photos heres some awesome painting to give you idea

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    Iv lost count of how many young(and not so young) guys iv pulled out of our local river
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    young as in 15, 16 young?
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    Yep and all the way up to 60y olds
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    poor old cunts, you would think they would know better.
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    Its not 4wding if you dont get stuck but you should have some way of getting your vehicle out
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    If im with dad me and my brother end up being the "thing" to get us out
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    Quote Originally Posted by veitnamcam View Post
    Iv lost count of how many young(and not so young) guys iv pulled out of our local river
    I had too wake up a farmer one night after my old holden rodeo got stuck in whats called "drycreek" it wasn't the water that got me stuck but the lose metal,late at night with a gal Toby..........I mean a gun
    "Thats not a knife, this is a knife"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dundee View Post
    I had too wake up a farmer one night after my old holden rodeo got stuck in whats called "drycreek" it wasn't the water that got me stuck but the lose metal,late at night with a gal Toby..........I mean a gun
    Same thing here, we were skidding over the top of the rocks it pushed them behind the tyre then sunk in the mud,

    Shame it wasn't a gal, Night time gets cold you could do with some warming up
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