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Old 20-03-06, 00:02
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That is Lang Kidby.
Last time I saw him, was in Bayeaux, 2004.

Richard
Well done that man! Yes, it was indeed Lang, and we had a good chat.
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Old 20-03-06, 20:37
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Hi Keith

Excellent shots. As I can see Max was wearing his best shorts and "socks" ;-)

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Old 20-03-06, 22:06
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Excellent shots. As I can see Max was wearing his best shorts and "socks" ;-)

Chris
That's right, Chris! Some people wear see-through tops, Max opts for see-through socks. It's the height of fashion in Yass!

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Old 21-03-06, 10:51
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Default The Last we saw of Max

For a while I thought that the photo of Max's tail was last I would see of him. We did a bit of a drive along the Murray and up over the Snowy stopping at Paddies river for the night. Then Talbingo Portal, Cabramurra and Yarrangabilly thermal pool and caves. I left Max last night on the edge of Long plain with a Hand Drawn Russel Adventure Map. Fortunatly the quality map and a good sense of direction got Max home. And the big news is Cathy went along and enjoyed her outing.

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Old 21-03-06, 11:07
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For a while I thought that the photo of Max's tail was last I would see of him. We did a bit of a drive along the Murray and up over the Snowy stopping at Paddies river for the night. Then Talbingo Portal, Cabramurra and Yarrangabilly thermal pool and caves. I left Max last night on the edge of Long plain with a Hand Drawn Russel Adventure Map. Fortunatly the quality map and a good sense of direction got Max home. And the big news is Cathy went along and enjoyed her outing.

:idea: :love:
Rusty? Shouldn't that be "Wusty"?

Hey, Cathy... WAY TO GO!!!
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Old 22-03-06, 00:05
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Look at this hillbilly, spoted in the mountains. He is wearing see-through boots
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Old 22-03-06, 00:25
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Wow, Max I didn't realise your map led through the Grand Canyon!
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Old 22-03-06, 20:50
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... Hey Max, how could you traverse through this river full infested with Freshies? Did you use your magical troll boots ;-)

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Old 27-03-06, 12:15
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Wow, Max I didn't realise your map led through the Grand Canyon!
after russell drew the map we realised it wan't to scale so it took a lot of guessing to find our way home, there were even a few wrong turns, and he didn't warn us about the dead kangaroo at the camp sight that the smell would be wafting on and off all night.
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Old 27-03-06, 12:17
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... Hey Max, how could you traverse through this river full infested with Freshies? Did you use your magical troll boots ;-)

the hairs on ashleys feet stood up just like that when he saw the snake beside his feet. He can move quite well under pressure
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Old 27-03-06, 15:36
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Default Maps to Scale

Never paid much attention to scale on my map did I Max, trouble is most of the tracks I sent you on are covered on my motorbike. Motor bikes just chew up scale on a 1 to 25000 map, I just always seem to foget that in Blitz time a 1 to 25000 map is a full days adventure.
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Old 12-04-06, 02:19
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Finally dug some images out of my camera. Here we have the official MLU scrutineer who was undercover and un-identified. However he was exposed.
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Old 12-04-06, 02:22
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I reckon this one would sell. All I have to do is find another 50 of them.
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Old 12-04-06, 02:33
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Finally dug some images out of my camera. Here we have the official MLU scrutineer who was undercover and un-identified. However he was exposed.
Bob
Hey, well done, Bob!

He's extremely handsome and I hear was tough on the vehicles, for a Canuck he had an almost perfect Australian accent too.
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