If I dig a hole

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That's pretty darn close to me :D

Mine comes out here though:

 
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Your place is better than mine.
hmm.... I wouldn't be too sure!!;)



Notice how much I had to zoom-out from my result to even find a continent for reference!!

Don

PS: If you ever get that boat and you happen to be cruising off the NE coast of Santa Crux Das Flore (it's somewhere in the North Atlantic Ocean), please look-out for a very wet Antipodean desperately treading water !!!
 
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Maybe one like this?



-Uwe-
hmm.... I wouldn't be too sure!!;)



Notice how much I had to zoom-out from my result to even find a continent for reference!!

Don

PS: If you ever get that boat and you happen to be cruising off the NE coast of Santa Crux Das Flore (it's somewhere in the North Atlantic Ocean), please look-out for a very wet Antipodean desperately treading water !!!

If I can afford such a boat then I can pick up the both of you if you still tread water? It looks like everbody who digs ends up in the water, I may need to pick up more people...
 
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That's even closer to me! Start digging and just veer slightly north near the end :thumbs: There's a Polo at the Pick-a-part near me ;)

Bring your swimming togs - there's hundreds of beaches and it's winter, so most days are 12 to 18C :D

 
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That's even closer to me! Start digging and just veer slightly north near the end :thumbs: There's a Polo at the Pick-a-part near me ;)

Bring your swimming togs - there's hundreds of beaches and it's winter, so most days are 12 to 18C :D

Whangarei
Did someone say Polo? On my way!!!
 
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Did someone say Polo? On my way!!!
^^^michel: don't bother - like those in Australia, the Polos in New Zealand are all factory seconds (i.e. rejects); the Polos that we get down here are the cars where the production-line computers have erred and put the steering wheel on the passenger side.

It's not just VW that send us their reject cars - every manufacturer does the same. It's gotten so bad that we have had to even implement road rules to drive on the left side of the road. My therapist tells me that I'm not paranoid but IMO, it's just another example of Australia/NZ becoming a dumping ground for the northern hemisphere's errors!! :)

Don
 
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Wasn't the Australian continent also inhabited by rejects of the Commonwealth? :D

Regarding Polo's, sounds like there is at least plenty of room for improvements... :)
 
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