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Discussion in 'Australia' started by nevgriff64, Mar 19, 2010.
illawarra airport link
known for this landing there as its final resting place
Good for you. I've had a CPL for 35 years. Have been into Illawarra a few times. Very scenic.
The trick with learning is (if you can) doing it as much as possible....you tend to get stale in the early stages...
Railway engineering was the peak of engineering back in the day. Reminded me of Big Hill in the Rockies that we travelled through in a dome car a few years ago.
Same train crossing over itself.
Pretty strip. Good luck with the flying, Dunc.
My first solo nav was to Wollongong and my alternator failed. When I got back to Camden I wondered why it was taking so long to stop. Forgot the flaps were electric. Doh!
It's a tough gig being a pet kelpie.....
Looks about as tough as being a pet labrador.
Apollo’s brain: The computer that guided man to the Moon
This story might be of interest; https://newatlas.com/apollo-11-guid...ail&utm_term=0_65b67362bd-b0a99dfd0b-92299641
Anyone ever hear this story before? I only became aware recently,fascinating stuff!!
We all know about De Groot cutting the ribbon, pretty sure we were taught that at school, but little Lennie? Never heard of him, but what a champion!!
ABC radio had a show on this a while back, an hour or so, maybe spring last year when we heard it when we were driving to Qld in the cage. They interviewed the author of a/the book on the story. Might be available as a podcast. Its a great story for sure, and one that should be known more widely.
Ginger Mick was a bloody good horse. Imagine being nine years old and doing that trip, extraordinary. Lived till 70, he was building a yacht to sail to NZ but never got it launched.
Meanwhile, with winter approaching - Tassie spiders in Mt Field stock their pantry with pygmy possums
Yeah, If you're heading south through Leongatha on the highway, the statue of Lennie and Ginger Mick is on the left hand side going into town. Great story.
I think it is just after the BP servo, place to pull in off the street and a toilet stop as well.
Note cop shop is across the street too
That is a bit more of what I would consider an adventure ride
9? 9 years old?
I'll bet his father didn't escort him to school.
Imagine how the child and animal welfare authorities would go on about something like that these days.
That's the one Buy a pastie and coffee at Kelly's bakery in Korumburra and by the time you stop at the statue in Leongatha it's not too hot to eat/drink I do it about once a week.
Yep....I can relate to this.
The trees, hat, wood fire and words are wrong. The tent and smoke are right.