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    Default a frogger in need.

    Hello Folks,

    I don't think i have ever posted a post of this nature before.

    Today the realisation came ……..that i cannot possibly finish the move out from chateau proffi on my own.

    I tried, and am spent and almost broken physically.

    I need help.

    There is about three days work left, and only two days to do it in.
    Lots of sorting into metal/glass/general/wood piles then loading onto a big trailer and dumping at the tip.
    Have got all the gear, just not enough man hours.

    If anyone in sydney has any spare time and energy tomorrow (sat), and would care to help out a Northern beaches frogger in need, your assistance would be greatly appreciated.
    Bring gloves.

    There will already be two faithful frogger there in the morning, but the more the merrier.
    Ill be there from 8 AM.

    I'll throw on lunch too, of course.


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    3 chiltern road ingleside sydney 2101




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    Regards, Jo

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    Hi Jo, I'll be in Sydney from next Wednesday for a couple of weeks. If you need another set of hands at the new place, let me know. Good luck this weekend. Moving under the pump isn't fun at all.

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    Bump! I wish I was closer, I'd give you a hand Jo. I hope there's a team of froggers available to help you this weekend, that way it may be more like fun and not work!
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    I hope the work goes well. If there is any justice you will be inundated with froggy helpers.

    Roger
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    Just seen this, I have a couple of little things to do and hopefully I'll be there by 11.
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    Many hands made light work. Good to catch up with some familiar faces too.

    Seems like we got the really difficult stuff sorted pretty quickly but sure was a shame to see so many good Fuego parts go to the tip.
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    Many thanks fellas.




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    Quote Originally Posted by PJ810 View Post
    Many hands made light work. Good to catch up with some familiar faces too.

    Seems like we got the really difficult stuff sorted pretty quickly but sure was a shame to see so many good Fuego parts go to the tip.
    Sad reality PJ, so many of us would have loved to give Jo a hand today, well knowing that we could not save the good stuff. Times like this I wished we were living close to Sydney just to turn up and give a helping hand to a fellow frogger at his time of need. I do hope all went well and enough friends turned up to do the job.

    I reckon that it wont be long before Jo has life under control and a whole new host of projects to complete before he retires, and my clean up here will go half as well. So sad that distance comes between friends. Many good memories Jo.

    Ken so much to appreciate mate. and thanks for helping out PJ and Jo for providing the venue where we met for the first time - much appreciated but so sad the dream crumbled like that, We feel for you Jo at this time.
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    It was marvellous to see Mother Proffi and Sister Flea again, too.
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    Good to see you guys today. Caught up with a few fellow froggers I had not seen for a while.

    Hope the move goes OK Jo.
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