December TravelSmart Hayman Reese hitch pin lock win saves David shopping trip
Hayman Reese Hitch PIn Lock
with WDH holder
December TravelSmart Club member prizes winners are:
New member signed up for December -
Hayman Reese Hitch Pin Lock winner is David Hailwood, of Capalaba, a southeastern suburb of Brisbane Queensland. GoSee spoke with David as he was about to go down the street to buy a Hayman Reese Hitch Pin Lock as his new caravan has arrived.
GoSee uses the Hitch Pin Lock to protect our Hayman Reese Weight Distribution shanks on all our towing vehicles. GoSee has also evaluated a Hayman Reese Weight Distribution Hitch (WDH) holder which uses the Hitch Lock Pin to secure it to the A frame of caravans. The WDH holder keeps the towing shank safe and out of the way when we are camped.
The Hayman Reese Hitch Pin Lock also provides locked on security for the Rola NV2 Bike Rack which slots into the Hayman Reese Heavy Duty tow bars on the three current GoSee tow vehicles - Colorado and Landcruisers 100 and HJ60 series diesels . The Rola NV2 handles two bikes with its clever multi-adjustment options. GoSee uses a 4.6m Advanced Security Toylok through the bikes and the loops which slide onto the Rola NV2 Bike Rack twin adjustable arms.
Editors Note: The Rola NV2 Information Article is in 8th spot on the GSA Home Page. It has links to free GoSee Information Articles on a range of Rola products we use in conjunction with the GoSee Toyota Landcruiser HJ60.
GoSee sponsor Hayman Reese plays a big part in supporting the free GoSee TravelSmart Members Club benefits.
Battery World Charger and Eneloop Battery Pack winner is another Queenslander– Jayson Hawke of Ashgrove, Queensland.
GoSee supporter Roger at Battery World Geelong is the source of the Sanyo Ni-MH Battery Charger model MQN04 and 4 pack of AA Eneloop Batteries valued at $21.95.
There will be about eight more of these prizes in 2012.
Ashgrove is an inner Brisbane suburb. The architecture is typically early 20th century. There are many older Queenslander homes in the area.
Others winners are -
White lions are endangered in the wild - Mogo Zoo
Mogo Zoo double pass – Glenn Tsulor, Ashtonfield. Ashtonfield is a suburb of the NSW city of Maitland.
Founded on the vision of Bill and Sally Padey who got things rolling in 1989 Mogo Zoo is a founding member of the Australasian Species Management Program and plays a leading role in various breeding programs. Like Orana Wildlife Park in Christchurch Mogo Zoo's core focus is it is committed to the survival of endangered species.
The collection of species under the threat of extinction is Mogo Zoo's driver. The zoo recommends a minimum of two hours for a visit to the zoo. Visit are best planned to include keeper talks and feeding sessions which start at *10.30 am and 1.45 pm each day. *Times may vary during school holiday periods.
Mogo Zoo at 222 Tomakin Rd, Mogo is minutes (10km) south of the water world of Batemans Bay on the NSW South Coast.
6 sheets of TechniIce HDR $39.95 INCL postage – Michael Avramovic, Wagga Wagga. So nice they named it twice Wagga Wagga NSW is New South Wales biggest inland city. On the Murrumbidgee River, Wagga Wagga was gazetted as a village in 1849.
TechniIce is a high-tech multi-purpose product that can be used as either a sheet of ice or a heat pack. It comes in a light, flat sheet that expands into a 24-cell ice pack by just adding water. When used as recommended, TechniIce stays frozen for days - six times longer than ice and three times longer than gel packs and most other ice packs when used in the same volumes. Besides a cold pack TechniIce also doubles as a heat pack.
TechniIce HDR use in sheets or cut off separate cubes
The same sheet of Techniice can be used as both a hot pack and cool pack. Designed in Australia, TechniIce has become a big hit with outdoor enthusiasts. Established 26 years ago, it was only in recent years that Global National Australia (the company behind the TechniIce Company and their 5-16 day Iceboxes, Esky and reusable dry icepacks) decided to make their commercial quality outdoor products available to the public.
Ezyline the Pegless Clothesline – the winner is Jason Smith, Tarro, NSW in the Hunter Region. A section of the Hunter River runs through. The railway statio opened in 1857 and is one of the oldest in Australia.
Ezyline packs are two metres long and are suitable for clothes lines, on balconies and patios, bathrooms, laundries or the garage. Ezyline is great for the home and for travelling and camping.
New Zealand winners:
Cheetah Encounter Orana Wildlife Park, Christchurch.
Orana Wildlife Park (1) Family Pass – Claudia Dullnig, TeAro, NZ. TeAro is an inner suburb of Wellington. Te Aro is a coastal suburb, and has a popular publicly accessible waterfront area that includes the Museum of New Zealand and the Overseas Passenger Terminal, a large function venue.A outdoor recreation area, Waitangi Park, opened in 2006.
Orana Wildlife Park (2) Family Pass – Donna Huggard, Nigaruawahia NZ. www.newzealand.com says - Just north of Hamilton, Ngaruawahia is a significant place for Maori Culture and history. It is the home of the Maori King and the magnificent Turangawaewae Marae, which is open to the public only once a year, during the annual regatta which is held on the nearest Saturday to the 17th March and includes a parade of traditional war canoes on the Waikato River.
Ngaruawahia is located at the junction of two great rivers - Waikato and Waipa. These rivers were onceimportant canoe routes for Maori and later for the European settlers. Taupiri Mountain, which watches over Ngaruawahia, is sacred and contains the Waikato’s most significant Maori burial ground. You can walk to the summit for views of the region.
Orana Wildlife Park, Christchurch, NZ provides family pass prizes www.GoSeeNewZealand.co.nz has joined Orana Wildlife Parks, Christchurch, Adopt an Animal program with a Black and White Ruffed Lemur adoption.
Orana Wildlife Park, Christchurch Kiwi.
The program is open to individuals, families, school groups, clubs societies and businesses. All donations over $5 are tax deductible. Adoption funds go towards the costs of food, veterinary care, breeding programs and maintenance of the animals' homes.
As a registered member of the GoSee TravelSmart Club members have access to additional features which include travel aids and information, full international GoSee forum links and monthly prizes.
Editors Note: The GoSee TravelSmart prizes are not redeemable during peak periods and accommodation is subject to availability. To be eligible for the monthly draws new TravelSmart members must supply their full contact details.
The TravelSmart option button is on the left of the Home Page. Click TravelSmart Good Stuff.
Membership is free. To join click GoSee TravelSmart Club. At Bottom right click Join the GoSee TravelSmart Club. Knock in your details. Enter the verification word and click save.
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Editor Go See Australia and Go See New Zealand Directory
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