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Spiders in oz!

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Hi people.. focusing on moving to australia. This is going to sound silly but i have a ridiculous fear of spiders..what are the chances of encountering them on the job/up a tree?? :blushing:

 

I'm not a fan of things that crawl, and i have worked there in total for 6mths, on the ground and up the trees, can't say i ever did see one, but i was very , very hungover all the time i was there, :thumbup1: i'd say don't worry about it , they are more scared of you.:lol: just have fun and enjoy the time. You only live once :thumbup1:

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