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    Great pics! I've always wanted to go to NZ to do some trout fishing.
    I saw some baracuda(s) jumping the other day. Not sure how the trout fishing is.

    Probably won't have much time for fishing, on the water to work, if you can call it that. Plan on doing some snowboarding and skiing in the spare time instead.

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    nice pictures. Looks great down there, wish i could go somewhere cool like that. have a good time there and post when you can
    It is nice to have a reason to go places!

    But all I can say is save and plan, you'll make it.

    Pick a place, any place. I have done a fair amount of traveling, and it is always exciting for me.

    I meant ot post this photo before, but forgot. The other Dolphins were Dusky Dolphins, this is a Common Dolphin.


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    Re: DownUnder and Over - NZ

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    "Prophet" wrote:
    Great pics! I've always wanted to go to NZ to do some trout fishing.
    I saw some baracuda(s) jumping the other day. Not sure how the trout fishing is.

    Probably won't have much time for fishing, on the water to work, if you can call it that. Plan on doing some snowboarding and skiing in the spare time instead.
    Have a great time! NZ is one of the premiere trout fishing places on this planet.

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    I can't believe how crystal clear & blue the water is.

    I'd tell you to have a good time, but it's obviously a moot point.

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    No camel-toe pictures?

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    Re: DownUnder and Over - NZ

    Looks like a beautiful place to spend a while in, have a great time!



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    I can't believe how crystal clear & blue the water is.

    I'd tell you to have a good time, but it's obviously a moot point.
    Ya, it has been a good time so far, but it would be better if we didn't have so many windy days. We need it to be fairly calm to find the Phins. I have been here for 2 weeks and have been on the water only half the days.

    I will keep posting cool photos as I get them.

    Later Ya'll

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    Re: DownUnder and Over - NZ

    Certainly there must be many New Zealander divas you could enlighten us with some pics of.

    Many of us here are wondering what the skimpiest bikinis in NZ look like.

    "If at first you don't succeed, parachuting is not for you"

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    Certainly there must be many New Zealander divas you could enlighten us with some pics of.

    Many of us here are wondering what the skimpiest bikinis in NZ look like.
    Singer, you are crazy man!

    I wish there were some around.

    But it is 45-50 degrees here right now, the wind chill dips it down into the 30's at times.

    It is quite remote here besides. We are in a town (if you can call it that) of about 14 people. There is a gas station for the boats and cars to get fuel and that is it.

    If I find some bikinis, I will definitely take a photo of it.

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    Re: DownUnder and Over - NZ

    Nice pics SIA ... love the way they have come out. Looks nice there and is somewhere I'd like to visit one day
    Enjoy your stay there and keep us updated on how its going
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