DPF offline

November 28th, 2013 at 5:17 am by David Farrar

I’m tramping on the Heaphy Track with a group of friends from Thursday morning to Sunday afternoon. Will be outside phone and Internet coverage for 95% of that time so no blog posts from me for four days, except those I have pre-set. Jadis and possibly others will do the occasional guest posts.

If I’m not posting again by Monday morning, then some one let Search and Rescue know :-)

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10 Responses to “DPF offline”

  1. sparky (235 comments) says:

    Have a great time on the Heaphy Track David, with your friends. Take care, and look forward to your blog posts when you get back.

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  2. RRM (9,924 comments) says:

    Nice. Enjoy.

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  3. Viking2 (11,471 comments) says:

    There might be the odd taniwha around so be careful.

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  4. martinh (1,257 comments) says:

    Hopefully Colin Craig will have come out about being sodomised by aliens by then

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  5. Pete George (23,567 comments) says:

    He will have to remain undecided on that Martin – “I take an undecided stand on anything where I don’t have evidence for or against.”

    Jadis seems to be fomenting fine in DPF’s absence. Whale will be looking forward to the photo essay of the Heaphy experience.

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  6. Colville (2,268 comments) says:

    Well DPF I hope you are going in from the Takaka end or you will be wading up the Heaphy River tomorro where it overflows onto the track. Its gonna be wet! :-) (at least it will keep the sandflies away)

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  7. Mike Wilkinson (71 comments) says:

    Hi David, awesome to hear you’re taking your fitness not just to events, but to other enjoyable activities of life. Hope the walk goes well.

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  8. Judith (8,534 comments) says:

    Another bloody tramper getting lost and costing us a fortune. Honestly, what is wrong with sitting on the lazyboy and watching a video of the track!!!

    (just joking – you’ll love it, done it twice in past years)

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  9. wikiriwhis business (4,016 comments) says:

    I’m sure the pix you post will be worth the wait Mr Farrar.

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  10. MH (757 comments) says:

    possible recce for a monorail or ore survey ? Leave only footprints and your metal detector behind. Admittedly a bit far to use that Akdis Lamp to contact the Anadarko.

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