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    Quote Originally Posted by Tins View Post
    How soon are you going?
    About one to 2 months, house goes up for sale at the end of this month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redback View Post
    About one to 2 months, house goes up for sale at the end of this month.
    Fair chance my situation will have resolved a bit by then. I'd be up for the drive. PM if you're interested.

    Oh yeah, MC licence, so any truck would be fine.
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    This forum is amazing. So good to see the responses.
    I'm not moving anywhere but a move interstate is daunting and so good to see the help available at so short notice.
    It's a real pleasure to be here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rover-56 View Post
    This forum is amazing. So good to see the responses.
    I'm not moving anywhere but a move interstate is daunting and so good to see the help available at so short notice.
    It's a real pleasure to be here.
    Terry
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    Some things are difficult for some people and yet can be stupid simple for others and timeframes come into play.

    Around here it's kinda called 'goes around, comes around', but that's a bad description of how it works because no one expects anything. The lack of expectation somehow really gets it working well.

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    Update, since our NBN went down on Thursday night(now fixed as of 15mins ago) right when we were negotiating the finance for buying a place we have made some progress, Ness made an offer on a place in Ellendale, about 1 hour Nth West of Hobart that was excepted, just waiting on finance to be officially approved, not my ideal house, but the acreage is brilliant being 12.17Ha (about 30 acres)
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    Bike storage Baz, that's the important part. What's the bike storage like?
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    Ellendale, not that far from me , when I am home that is, and also handy to the best Landrover spanner man in the Commonwealth ( apart from Blknight).

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