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Wahoo only 4 more sleeps until Kaikoura Summersounds...

Wahoo only 4 more sleeps until Kaikoura Summersounds...

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Back in November of 2012, longrange forecaster Ken Ring of www.predictweather.comgave us the thumbs up for a fine weekend on 11-12 January 2014!
We have checked with Ken since and he confirms his earlier prediction, but suggests rain about Wednesday to Friday may dampen the ground, but not to worry, it will be all gone by Saturday.”

Please recycle, take care of each other, drive safe and we will see you on Saturday.

KKSS Crew

ENDS

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