Wild Rivers Australia

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Day Trippin'' started by edog200, Mar 17, 2011.

  1. edog200

    edog200 Long timer

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    The full story is found on this vid, I'll take questions and explain stuff later if anyone is interested.

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  2. Bryn1203

    Bryn1203 Dances with spaniels

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    enjoyed that - I'm jealous of all that space you have to play in :cry :clap
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    Absolutely fantastic, very much enjoyed.
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  5. edog200

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    This was an excellent trip.
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    Thermos Been here awhile

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    Amazing video! Best adventure video in a long while!

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  7. Jimy_tapp

    Jimy_tapp tldr

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    Loved the vid; and I know it wouldn't be worth it for your short loop. But I'm seriously considering this for me.

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  8. edog200

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    Riding Australia? If your interested, I've posted a heap of vids on our trips in Australia, just use the search, type in edog200 and 'threads started by". There's desert, hill climbs, or just nice easy cruising stuff.
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    Would love to, I have quite a few relatives in Maitland so maybe one of these days, its been 20 yrs. Thanks for the heads up on your experiences, I'll take some time and go over it and take some notes.

    As for reference to the rack/saw, over here we've had lots of kill on are lodge-pole pine from a pine beetle infestation. So after wind-storms it really gums up access roads, so its either fire crews etc... like your video, or guys on quads with saws clearing access. So I figure packing a saw is viable solution.
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