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A stranger in the night

Postby Reeling » 25 Sep 2018, 13:43

To my surprise I had a txt from an unrecognised number yesterday arvo simply saying:

"G'day mate - kayak delivery 8:30/9pm tonight cheers Richard"

I thought, "Crap, I'm not ready for its arrival, having only parted with my money last Thursday.

But...sure enough, under the cover of darkness a man called Richard pulled up outside the house at 8:30 sharp!
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It wasnt long before something was offloaded and Richard was on his way!

The main goal of the evening was to find some space in the garage so it was secure. I managed to reinstall my hoist and store it above the Revo:

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All be it a little longer....

I didnt get it in the garage until late, so will be leaving work a little early to unwrap :)
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Re: A stranger in the night

Postby Fish aholic » 25 Sep 2018, 13:52

I can’t see it but I think I know what it is, very nice!
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Re: A stranger in the night

Postby laneends » 25 Sep 2018, 14:24

525?

Got an expensive paddle to go with it?
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Re: A stranger in the night

Postby Reeling » 25 Sep 2018, 14:31

it wasnt the base paddle, but I dare say as I improve I will feel the "need" to upgrade :shhh:
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Re: A stranger in the night

Postby frappa11 » 25 Sep 2018, 14:34

LOL he delivered my revo as well (gonna go pick it up from his warehouse now) ! looks like we were in the same shipment !
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Re: A stranger in the night

Postby Reeling » 25 Sep 2018, 14:43

frappa11 wrote:LOL he delivered my revo as well (gonna go pick it up from his warehouse now) ! looks like we were in the same shipment !


Congrats on the revo!
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Re: A stranger in the night

Postby peatop » 25 Sep 2018, 17:10

Grats to both of you :yahoo: Nath i like you revo storage idea :up: if you need room im sure i could get rid of my fairrust and fit that kombi here lol
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Re: A stranger in the night

Postby Franko » 25 Sep 2018, 18:14

Congrats Nath, when are you and Trent hitting the water ?
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Re: A stranger in the night

Postby Reeling » 25 Sep 2018, 21:18

So this evening I managed to get away from work early enough to have some daylight left to unveil my new toy...

Super stoked. A little different and a little bling. Not the most practical having colour on the belly but I weighed it all up and happy to enjoy it while it lasts.

I'd like to echo all of the other guys who've taken the plunge into the fibreglass world and thank Eoin (Seasherpa) for all of his advice and experience in choosing the right one for me.

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inshorebrawler wrote:Congrats Nath, when are you and Trent hitting the water ?

Hopefully Friday as we are both off work but depends if the other halves have other things planned haha
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Re: A stranger in the night

Postby Seasherpa » 25 Sep 2018, 21:33

Congrats mate it looks schmick :thumbsup:
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