Not to be undone...Digger Across Australia

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Re: Not to be undone...Digger Across Australia

Postby _Wilks » Wed Jun 28, 2017 7:30 am

Haha... like your work Robbo. Although, maybe you should have signed off as "slacker".

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Re: Not to be undone...Digger Across Australia

Postby Robbo » Wed Jun 28, 2017 1:04 pm

:x :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Not to be undone...Digger Across Australia

Postby Goldie1 » Wed Jun 28, 2017 9:17 pm

Digger your drone photos are excellent the one of the cliffs I think would be at home on a post card. They have been making bikes for a 100 years or more and still can't get suspensions right. Pity about the trip would have liked to see how the Ducati went.
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Re: Not to be undone...Digger Across Australia

Postby Digger » Thu Jun 29, 2017 5:38 pm

_Wilks wrote:Haha... like your work Robbo. Although, maybe you should have signed off as "slacker".

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Re: Not to be undone...Digger Across Australia

Postby Digger » Thu Jun 29, 2017 6:57 pm

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100 km east of the WA/SA Border...gotta long way to go. Up before Dawn and on the road just after sunrise.


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This burnt out trailer was not here on the forward journey about 9 days ago. This was just east of Madura. There were several dozen bottles of wine that survived the fire (just left of bike). I was gunna collect a mixed dozen but had no room on the bike. Bummer.

The other two riders got held up on the Oodnadatta Track for 48 hours while it dried out. Sounds like I missed some of the fun.


I expect to be in the metro area on Friday afternoon...might call in to Auto Classics and ensure the shockie has been ordered.

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Re: Not to be undone...Digger Across Australia

Postby Bozo » Thu Jun 29, 2017 9:50 pm

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The little I know about wine is that being in a burnt out trailer is not ideal cellaring conditions. Your mixed dozen would have been very interesting to taste and might be on a par with some cleanskins from the Spud Shed.

Some Fume Blanc has a light char on the barrel but not a heavy char on the surrounding packaging.

Good you were limited on taking advantage of a smoking deal.

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Re: Not to be undone...Digger Across Australia

Postby Digger » Fri Jun 30, 2017 6:26 am

Bozo wrote:Digger
The little I know about wine is that being in a burnt out trailer is not ideal cellaring conditions.
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Trust me, I'm no connoisseur. Compared to some of the hootch I've consumed over the years, this would've been liquid silk.
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