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  • #16
    Hi Andy

    "Jumping Beans" in hours of the original coffee discovery. Or "Jumping Bente" in honour of the startled recipient.

    TampIt

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    • #17
      Originally posted by TampIt View Post
      Or "Jumping Bente" TampIt
      8-o.......huh?

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      • #18
        "Bourbon"
        "Bani"
        "Busta" (as in 'robusta')
        "Bob" (for no other reason than that "Bob" works for me as a good name for a dog (or a goat))

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        • #19
          Originally posted by flynnaus View Post
          "Bob" (for no other reason than that "Bob" works for me as a good name for a dog (or a goat))
          I vote Bob too! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOdfNwD9cEA&sns=em

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          • #20
            How is the naming going Andy?

            Stuart comes to mind...... or at least the shortened form.
            I was having a beer last night, it was called 'Minimum Chips" great name for a really nice beer....... all it needed was some goat to go with it!

            'Stu' anyone? (8-o
            Last edited by chokkidog; 6 February 2014, 01:56 PM.

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            • #21
              After much deliberation (and I liked a few of the names) I've gone for the most Aussie name.

              I'll let Bente know that the non-meat goat that's on the farm keeping the grass down is called:

              VICTA the Goat

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              • #22
                That will be the special Victa "Lawnkeeper" with the "Bilberry & Saanen" 1/4 GoatPower Power Source, and in-built catcher no doubt.

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                • #23
                  Awesome!! Quietly chuffed.

                  Wishing Victa a long happy life of grass mowing!

                  And for our overseas friends, an explanation..... literally an Aussie urban/backyard legend! :-D
                  Attached Files

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                  • #24
                    That will be the special Victa "Lawnkeeper" with the "Bilberry & Saanen" 1/4 GoatPower Power Source, and in-built catcher no doubt.
                    <<grin>>
                    ...close but there is no catcher on this model, it has the in-built mulch to pelletised fertiliser option instead!

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Andy View Post
                      <<grin>>
                      ...close but there is no catcher on this model, it has the in-built mulch to pelletised fertiliser option instead!
                      ....and not ride on neither

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Talk_Coffee View Post
                        ....and not ride on neither

                        ...unless you're from NZ and have really poor eyesight

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Vinitasse View Post
                          ...unless you're from NZ and have really poor eyesight
                          ..the old two-stroke hey?

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Andy View Post
                            <<grin>>
                            ...close but there is no catcher on this model, it has the in-built mulch to pelletised fertiliser option instead!
                            Great! The latest Organic/Fairtrade model.

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                            • #29
                              Victa will be ideal for trimming the edges and pruning the roses.

                              Barry

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                              • #30
                                Bente just sent me this picture of Victa happily roaming with his new friends


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