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mouseys magical land of nonsense

cruxmag
7-Nov-2007
7:44:09 PM
it was an amusing adventure - but maybe not quite worth the 1800km round trip.
surfinclimb
7-Nov-2007
8:17:01 PM
On 6/11/2007 mousey wrote:
>unfortunately my NZ has to be cut short.... just doing the TMC & hopefully
>1 route on mt cook or somthing nearby. this is because i am being forced
>to go snowboarding in japan for 10 days with 2 of my best mates in the
>world. shit ay

In a fit of jealousy im going to scream "Bullshit thats not fair" and mumble and sook to myself. I dont know how you manage to live this lifestyle but im certainly envious and I will cackle like a demented idiot when you finally get married, get a HUUUGE mortgage and end up with 2, no 5 screaming kids.
Mate continue to live the dream for the rest of us.

evanbb
8-Nov-2007
11:58:11 AM
On 7/11/2007 mousey wrote:
>
>>Which route was that? Sounds good.
>
>well i thought it was great! haha but neilo thought otherwise
>the route was wizard of id

Ahhhh, that's on my Wish List. I'll let you know how it goes.

mousey
8-Nov-2007
7:04:13 PM
On 7/11/2007 james wrote:
>only 10 days? I got first turns for the season last weekend (had to walk
>for them though)... how many days can I ski between now & the end of May?

a fair few i'd say.
rod, ill be there from 9th feb

rodw
8-Nov-2007
10:06:19 PM
Month before ya mousey...Feb would be better but my daughter gotta be back at school by then.

mousey
12-Nov-2007
8:58:07 PM
well seeing as i live about 10 mins away from you, maybe it would just be easier to rendezvous at your place for a woodiesesh later this week?

mousey
12-Nov-2007
9:00:58 PM
heard a radio interview with missy higgins a couple days ago where she plugged climbing pretty hard... if you are lurking missH, please feel free to go right ahead&add your own little something to the mouses magical land!! (or get in touch with the friendly folk at www.cruxmag.com.au )

rodw
12-Nov-2007
9:13:57 PM
not this week bit busy maybe next week? tuesday?

mousey
13-Nov-2007
6:41:35 PM
sounds good, will give me a bit of a chance to heal (just got back from an unfortunate skate sesh)

kezza
13-Nov-2007
6:57:54 PM
So Josh,
If one were to move to the Bluies, where is The place to live?

Kez

mousey
13-Nov-2007
7:10:01 PM
depends.. katoomba, blackheath, or mt vic.. depends on you work & transport arrangements, and your climbing preferences
though personally i'd avoid katoomba, im not a toon-town kind of person...

kezza
13-Nov-2007
7:21:37 PM
What's the deal with Blackheath?
Never visited the bluies, how would you rate it's livability??

:-)

mousey
13-Nov-2007
7:42:06 PM
being a climber is great living there, if you've never been there do a roadie to see how you like it

blackheath is kinda the epicenter where every goes for the bakery&coffee&chatinthecarpark deal
walking distance from anywhere in town to centennial glen/shipley/porters pass/celebrity, fairly lame skate park in the park, blah blah
its been a long time since i knew rent etc, but if you want ill make a couple phone calls and email you that info?

kezza
13-Nov-2007
7:47:17 PM
The move won't be for a while yet!
Just dreaming about rock :-)
I had a look at some rentals on the net, and Blackheath is affordable. And some sweet houses there too...
Ahh graduating can't come soon enough :D

gordoste
13-Nov-2007
10:46:04 PM
On 13/11/2007 kezza wrote:
>The move won't be for a while yet!
>Just dreaming about rock :-)
>I had a look at some rentals on the net, and Blackheath is affordable.
>And some sweet houses there too...
>Ahh graduating can't come soon enough :D

haha yeah that's what i thought but then you get a fulltime job and have to become a weekend warrior... nah it's great, you just have to be really dedicated if you want to climb hard (i'm nowhere near dedicated enough).

kezza
13-Nov-2007
10:48:39 PM
Climbing hard never enters the equation these days.. I injure too easily!
Better to be living in the Blue Mountains and being a weekend warrior then living in the busy smokey gross city and being a weekend warrior!
Stuey
14-Nov-2007
9:16:29 AM
On 13/11/2007 kezza wrote:
>>Better to be living in the Blue Mountains and being a weekend warrior
>then living in the busy smokey gross city and being a weekend warrior!

Considering most of the work is in Sydney - Lets see if you're still saying that after a few months of 2 hour each way commutes on the bogan line!

mousey
18-Nov-2007
1:26:33 PM
"I'm hopeful. I know there is a lot of ambition in Washington, obviously. But I hope the ambitious realize that they are more likely to succeed with success as opposed to failure."-President George Bush Interview with the Associated Press, Jan. 18, 2001

The mouse is hopeful that this moron gets removed from power asap, because the mouse wants to have more hope in the future of humanity

kezza
18-Nov-2007
2:15:26 PM
Unless I am mistaken, there is a hospital in the Blue Mountains?
They'll be first on my list of preferences!
10 mins from Blackheath, where have I gone wrong?

mousey
18-Nov-2007
2:48:42 PM
yup yup, small (86 beds) hospital in katoomba (along the highway) which seems like would be perfect for you kezz

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