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Discussion in 'Australia' started by taranaki, Jul 8, 2018.
Some would say wild t-bones. Gentle giants.
Too bad if a bloke wants one of his Allen keys.....
it looks like your riding companion is enjoying his retirement. How many km’s would John have on his BM now?
View from the bridge over Winburndale Rivulet on the Bridle Track that was built to replace the one that was washed away in flooding last summer.
I think he said it's done over 140,000km.
Thanks Dave. That must make up for his previous bike.
Part of the dog fence. North of Coober Pedy
Just another day in the red dust of Cape York
I'm assuming that's a misspelled sign as the only lake with a name like that I can find is on maps (and the ultimate authority, Google) is Garnpung Lake in Mungo NP.
Great scene though.
I've come across some anomalies quite a few times, especially road names on google maps. Garnpang Rd through Garnpung lake?
But hey, if Google says it is "u", then who is local authority to disagree?
Garnpung by GNB
Overlooking Eggs and Bacon bay this morning