Hello Taupo people and neighbors. I am baking this coming Friday (26th Feb) again. Then I am away until the 18th March. So no baking for the 2 first weeks of March.
If you would love to order a freshly baked healthy grainy loaf or two (or more to keep them in the freezer), contact me by phone on 021 0252 1343. Order by Thursday, 25th, 4pm latest.
On offer I have:
- Pure wholemeal/rye sourdough loaves
- The keto and gluten-friendly Seedlings loaf
- Wholemeal grainy healthy loaves with a selection of seeds/nuts (pumpkin, sunflower, or walnuts)
- The fruity yummy Fruit loaf with nuts and dried fruit soaked in dark rum and brown sugar
I deliver straight after baking - this Friday I will deliver between 7:30am and 8:30am.
Prices start from $8.50 a loaf up to $10. Call me for more info.
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A proposed speed limit for the notorious Napier-Taupō highway is 'naive' according to racing driver Greg Murphy.
On Monday, Waka Kotahi announced it would be consulting and seeking feedback from members of the public on a proposed speed limit between Rangitaiki and Esk Valley on SH5, which would reduce from 100kmh to 80kmh. It was also asking for consultation on speed limits across Hawke’s Bay’s SH51.
A blown-out tyre and two windscreen replacements are few of many experiences V8 super car driver Greg Murphy has encountered on the Napier-Taupō Rd (State Highway 5).
But Murphy still believes Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency’s (NZTA) proposed new speed limits for the notorious highway are about as useful as an “ambulance at the bottom of a cliff.”
Lack of training, poor decision-making, and driving experience were reasons for why crashes occurred on SH5, Murphy said.
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