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Discussion in 'Australia' started by Eaglebeak, Mar 22, 2018.
Great rally. Thanks to Beet and Trish
Hey, that is interesting.
My comment about it being her hometown was from two years ago when I stopped in on my way to and from the OCR.
That is my mistake as I could have sworn she said it was her hometown. Maybe it was her home district.
As for the Yes supporters in the area, I did query the comment that there supposedly some locals for the dump, as I couldn’t see any advantage to the community, unless the council were going to make money off the Government over some sort of lease arrangement ?
I can’t see a Nuclear dump providing too many long term jobs and I did ask who could possibly support it from the area.
The only vested interest I could see would be if it was going on private property. ($$) ?
I was given to understand that she left because of something to do with the issue.
Happy to stand corrected.
Apologies for slipping Politics into the thread.
I was really just praising her former cafe !
Actually for a small population, having 3 (?) Cafe’s is a bloody good achievement.
I first visited Quorn in 1980 and I keep coming back (all the way from WA each time)
It’s a great area and it makes for a good rally ride.
Claw and I got back to Perth around 1730hrs today.
We had a couple of long days.
We left Port Augusta, SA at midday on Monday.
No heavy rain going home, just bloody strong headwinds.
I have had this little Strom for about 8 months now and I am more and more impressed.
That little motor is amazing.
It can sit on sustained above legal speeds easily, although sitting consistently above 5,500 revs (redline starts at 10,500) and into a headwind can give fuel figures as low as 14-15 kms per litre.
I was pushing hard on the gravel section between Norseman and Hyden today, into a strong headwind and used 18.96 litres for 301 kms !
I had the final fuel warning light flashing from 20 kms before town and not knowing the system intuitively yet, I panicked a little and coasted the last bit sitting on 110 kph.
I’m pretty sure the ‘06 model has 22 useable litres, but I will check the book before we leave for Townsville.
I know my brother has got figures of 24 kms per litre at steady low speeds on dirt.
Just an amazing bike.