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Thread: So where's breakfast

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    So where's breakfast

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    after sitting on a clearing,got barked at,so headnet and gloves next time
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    This guy told me off for not having brekkie ready.I didn't know Wekas vocalised but I sure got told.
    We shared some bullet b/beans,I then dumped the rest when He wasn't looking,my new mate found them and came back with his crop sticking out.
    He then worked out there was nothing else to be had so just buggered off.
    Bit of a walk but a Cool place so I'll be back.
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    Did he/she supply the eggs? Them how are you going to cook them.

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    That is one sweet rock bivvy. Is it well known?

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    Haven't seen one of those since the late 70's early 80's. Nice looking spot.
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    Top spot Madjon. Cool that the wild life was so demanding.
    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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    they reckon wekas are good to eat!

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    That place looked mint

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    Quote Originally Posted by sakokid View Post
    they reckon wekas are good to eat!
    Yeh someone had the idea of farming them like chooks a couple of years back. don't know what happened to that as it seemed to me a good way to ensure that never became threatened
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Yeh someone had the idea of farming them like chooks a couple of years back. don't know what happened to that as it seemed to me a good way to ensure that never became threatened
    Oh yeah, Rushy, I saw that on the telly it was the "Weka weka woo" guy. He was quite committed to the concept of farming them for food but was challenged by legislation I think. Pity, was a good idea.
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