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Tuesday, May 30, 2006

How to spread Didymo through a National Park


The outskirts of Mt. Aspiring National Park, north of Lake Wakatipu. It's not just kayakers and fisherman, but boatmen and 4WDers that can spread the algae too.

Some of the roads are shocking.

Aucklanders may be alarmed to see a Pajero in the actual environment in which it was originally designed to traverse. And it isn't even being used to pick up the kid from school... I know, weird.

NB: This post is now Privacy Act compliant.

5 Comments:

At 31/5/06 11:16 am, Blogger llew said...

"Aucklanders may be alarmed to see a Pajero in the actual environment in which it was originally designed to traverse."

They'll assume you're good with photoshop.

 
At 31/5/06 2:41 pm, Blogger andrew said...

either that or its part of a Speight's commercial...

 
At 1/6/06 11:22 am, Anonymous RR said...

They wouldn't use a Pajero in a Speights commercial, mate. What are ya? BTW, doesn't Pajero mean 'wanker' in Spanish? I recall hearing that once.

 
At 2/6/06 9:42 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

And what has the Spanish language got to do with this topic???

I for one is glad to see a 4WD being used for what it's designed for. None of this "drop the kiddies off to school" or "go for a latte in ponsonby," bullshit!
What is this country coming to??

 
At 4/6/06 8:43 pm, Blogger andrew said...

"I for one is glad to see a 4WD being used for what it's designed for. None of this "drop the kiddies off to school" or "go for a latte in ponsonby," "

The irony is that the trip all started out as a 'lets go get a coffee in Glenorchy' idea...

 

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