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    You don't 'need' Vimeo Wasabi, it is a built in player - just like you tube.

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    Do really appreciate for the map. I guess you simply just had a great adventure.

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    That's a pretty cool trip. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks ^^ and ^

    It was a great few days for sure. I have since become financially involved in the business and it has expanded by a few machines so I occasionally get to enjoy a spin in one from time to time.

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    I've been reading this thread for the past 3 days. A great read with some lovely photos.



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    An amazing part of the world, even better when seen by helicopter. I can cast my mind back some 30 years ago when I was working for an outfit looking for diamonds in the Kimberly, we had an Indian guy as a pilot (roger) one morning when we took of for work we were all seriously hungover and my mate wanted to barf, fuck . I've never seen a chopper land so fast . Ole roger didn't want a bunch of barf in the chopper in 45 degree heat, got it it down just in time so old mate spewed his guts out outside the chopper

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    Nice work Roger!

    I remember my then 3 year old daughter barfed in the chopper. She had her bathers on as we were going for a swim and like a trooper she managed to keep it all in her lap with her legs tightly squeezed together. Soon as we landed I jumped out and managed to lift her out of the chopper without spilling a drop. Crises averted!
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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    An amazing part of the world, even better when seen by helicopter. I can cast my mind back some 30 years ago when I was working for an outfit looking for diamonds in the Kimberly, we had an Indian guy as a pilot (roger) one morning when we took of for work we were all seriously hungover and my mate wanted to barf, fuck . I've never seen a chopper land so fast . Ole roger didn't want a bunch of barf in the chopper in 45 degree heat, got it it down just in time so old mate spewed his guts out outside the chopper
    Just turn the opposite door into wind .... works a treat

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    When ya gotta spew ya gotta spew, old rog understood and got that bird down as fast as could, 1 guy hurling his guts up in the chopper would of been bad enough, but once that one guy started we probably would of all had a puke to. Onya rog

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    An amazing part of the world, even better when seen by helicopter. I can cast my mind back some 30 years ago when I was working for an outfit looking for diamonds in the Kimberly, we had an Indian guy as a pilot (roger) one morning when we took of for work we were all seriously hungover and my mate wanted to barf, fuck . I've never seen a chopper land so fast . Ole roger didn't want a bunch of barf in the chopper in 45 degree heat, got it it down just in time so old mate spewed his guts out outside the chopper
    When out looking for diamonds did you work with with a kiwi called Muzza (Murray)?

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