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Godzone – South Island.

Three Old Farts wafted into Christchurch, South Island, Godzone. God’s Own Country. I was the last to arrive. Kevin O’Connell from Hamilton, North Island, and Nic Jaspers from Orange, NSW, Oz, were waiting for my Pacific Blue flight in from … Continue reading

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To the WILD COAST of TRANSKEI.

Through a homeboy of mine (I love that expression), Rollo Brent-Meek, I met Bruce Barichievy who was on agricultural course at the Pretoria Technicon with Rollo’s brother-in-law, Lyndon Hall. They both came from the Eastern Cape and were ardent sea … Continue reading

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