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Newspaper article on hap working the world.

4 Oct

Howdy folks,

If your interested, the legendary reporter AJ from the local rag back home in Nelson did an article on my little goal, CLICK HERE if you want to have a read.

If you want to get email updates from my blog -as I will no longer be sending out emails- you can click on the link to the right under “GET EMAIL UPDATES”. Enter your email address into it. When I update my blog you will get the blog post sent to your email.

Currently I’m up at work and have worked a long swing (duration of time at work).  But on Tuesday Mandy and I are hiring a campervan and are off for 8 days to explore the Western Coast of Australia. So quite excited about that.  When I get back I will post some photos.

Alright, hope you are all well.

Hap

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Welcome Waimea Weekly Readers

22 Sep

G’day Waimea Weekly Readers,

If after reading the article in the Waimea Weekly about my goal to live and work in every continent of the world before I’m 30, Welcome.

I will take this chance to say what a great job the team do at the Waimea Weekly. Its great to come home to Richmond and read up on what’s been happening, they have created a real community feel – two thumbs up Waimea Weekly! But watch out for that AJ, I’m pretty sure he was hitting on me when he was interviewing me – haha, just kidding AJ mate.

I created my blog site to act as an on-the-road journal for myself. Also it allowed friends and family to keep track of my whereabouts.  Please feel free to browse the site and see where my goal has taken me over the past 5 years. 

If you want you can sign up on the right hand side and get updates sent straight to your email. But please be aware that my blog is not affiliated with anyone and the content is the independent and politically incorrect thoughts of myself – haha.

If you clicked on my blog to check out what I’m currently doing in Perth, Western Australia and want more information on the mining industry etc, click on the previous post links below:

Where am I working?

What is my job?

The harsh outback environment (flies and heat)

Photos from the remote Ripon Hills Exploration Camp

A day I would rather forget!

Thanks for visiting and please feel free to come again. Hope you enjoyed it, now get outside and go and enjoy that beautiful place that you know as Richmond and are lucky enough to call home!

Nuthin But Love Hap