Water Tax? Think again

Richard wrote

A hot day in Gisborne [yesterday], 25 degrees.

We were putting a roof on a big shed next to our house and come 4 o’clock we had run out of water and very parched.

I jumped on the phone and rang the wife to send miss 9 across the paddock with some water bottles.

Miss 9 knew she had us over a barrel due to our dehydrated state and after some hard negotiating a sum of $5 was agreed for the delivery……..I’ve now had a taste of the water tax and I don’t like it one little bit.

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