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    MrT
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    Cool Moving Home

    Hi everyone,

    just to let you know that I will be leaving the UK to reside in New Zealand shortly.
    I may take my MRG 7000 for the ride.:gold My wife will take her BGR 280

    Our two sons will take their G702BD and G7400.

    My other watches: Raysman, Frogman, G300, G500, Geiz, etc, etc, will have to go by sea:oops:

    All my Waveceptors will cease to recieve a signal in NZ
    Although there will be plenty of light for the Solars B-)

    Hope they have G shocks over there.:oops: :-S

    Will talk to you all again when I can.

    MrT B-)

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    Hi Mr T,

    I think you will enjoy New Zealand. I know several NZ people and they were all great and helpfull people. I think there are G-Shock's over there. I see my site is frequently visited from Christchurch.



    Bon Voyage and show us pictures of this beautifull green country once you are there

    Cheers,

    Sjors
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    Re: Moving Home

    Quote Originally Posted by MrT
    Hi everyone,

    just to let you know that I will be leaving the UK to reside in New Zealand shortly.
    I may take my MRG 7000 for the ride.:gold My wife will take her BGR 280

    Our two sons will take their G702BD and G7400.

    My other watches: Raysman, Frogman, G300, G500, Geiz, etc, etc, will have to go by sea:oops:

    All my Waveceptors will cease to recieve a signal in NZ
    Although there will be plenty of light for the Solars B-)

    Hope they have G shocks over there.:oops: :-S

    Will talk to you all again when I can.

    MrT B-)
    Safe travels to you and your family
    /Forrest

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    Re: Moving Home

    How many miles long for the trip? Good luck

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    Re: Moving Home

    On ya T

    New Zealand is a BEAUTIFUL place and I wish you all the best for your new migrationB-)

    Plenty of sheep on the hills:-D

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