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#51

StoneTheCrows
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From: Central Coast, NSW
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04 September 2019 08:51 pm

Nah every other site works good.

#52

Rockhunter62
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04 September 2019 10:53 pm

Tathradj wrote:

OK.
I have lifted the ban for him.
Please, Ring him and get him to clean his
old login's of his devices.

Should be good to go.

Doug

Gave him a call and left a message. He is back up the paddock again.

Cheers

Doug


Forest Gump once said "life is like a detector going beep, you don't know what it is till you dig it up"

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#53

madtuna
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09 September 2019 11:03 pm

Thanks folks and thanks Doug(s)
Cleaned out my history and stuff and all seems to be okay now.

Had a few mills go down and got hit bad by camels. So as young Jeff was here, rather than travel from one end of the station to the other each day I decided to camp out instead. It gave me a chance to fix a few things, whack a stack of camels and do a hell of a lot of walking new ground. big_smile

All in all a good few weeks. Thanks again for your concern.

Last edited by madtuna (09 September 2019 11:06 pm)


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#54

RM Outback
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09 September 2019 11:08 pm

Welcome back thumbsup beer

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#55

Rockhunter62
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09 September 2019 11:10 pm

Welcome back sunshine. thumbsup

Cheers

Doug


Forest Gump once said "life is like a detector going beep, you don't know what it is till you dig it up"

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#56

madtuna
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09 September 2019 11:11 pm

Nightjar wrote:
Meller9.3 wrote:

Blokes on another forum were speculating you were the one to find the WA nugget. Either that or there were more stick horse and tomato sauce stories coming lol

Glad to hear you’re on the mend again Steve. You’re as bad as Mozzie!

Steve is a straight shooter, plenty of bull his way without the bullshit!

All good Peter.
That I think was in reference to a hunting forum I was on that required hunt reports. As I won't post pictures of dead horses etc I did hunt reports using fake animals and simulate blood using tomato sauce


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#57

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09 September 2019 11:13 pm

Welcome back beer

Goody

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#58

Ded Driver
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09 September 2019 11:14 pm

c'mon Madtuna fess up. We wanna see all that gold you dug up gold-nugget tongue
.
good to hear you're back in one piece, after enjoying a bit of countryside & serenity ..... & whacking camels cool


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#59

Tathradj
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09 September 2019 11:33 pm

Not a problem. smile smile
Glad to see all is well.

Now go whack some more feral's. cool

madtuna wrote:

Thanks folks and thanks Doug(s)
Cleaned out my history and stuff and all seems to be okay now.

Had a few mills go down and got hit bad by camels. So as young Jeff was here, rather than travel from one end of the station to the other each day I decided to camp out instead. It gave me a chance to fix a few things, whack a stack of camels and do a hell of a lot of walking new ground. big_smile

All in all a good few weeks. Thanks again for your concern.


A couple of HiBankers inc. accessories, , QED, 4500, SDC2300, Gt1600,
Aldi, A Prado 4x4, A'Van Cruiseliner and a heck of a lot of determination.
Most importantly, A lot of Good Honest Friends. Maybe one day Lucky.

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#60

Araratgold
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10 September 2019 07:08 am

Welcome back Steve, and glad all is well ! We all miss your witty input !

Cheers, Rick and Kaye

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#61

Fossiker
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10 September 2019 07:37 am

Good to hear you ok mate thumbsup power

Last edited by Fossiker (10 September 2019 07:38 am)


Equinox 800 & Go Find 66 for the backpack & a splash of crazy.
Relic, Coin & treasure hunter & knife collector.

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#62

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10 September 2019 10:49 am

madtuna wrote:
Nightjar wrote:

Steve is a straight shooter, plenty of bull his way without the bullshit!

All good Peter.
That I think was in reference to a hunting forum I was on that required hunt reports. As I won't post pictures of dead horses etc I did hunt reports using fake animals and simulate blood using tomato sauce

Haaah No Steve, my reference to you being a "straight shooter" was referring to your honesty. big_smile


Happy Hunting, Nightjar.

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#63

Nightjar
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10 September 2019 10:50 am

Double up.

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Happy Hunting, Nightjar.

#64

shakergt
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10 September 2019 11:48 pm

madtuna wrote:

Thanks folks and thanks Doug(s)
Cleaned out my history and stuff and all seems to be okay now.

Had a few mills go down and got hit bad by camels. So as young Jeff was here, rather than travel from one end of the station to the other each day I decided to camp out instead. It gave me a chance to fix a few things, whack a stack of camels and do a hell of a lot of walking new ground. big_smile

All in all a good few weeks. Thanks again for your concern.

Sounds like you are also having trouble with camels. Further up north it is so dry I am hearing lots of talk about wells and troughs getting destroyed by camels. Even some mine sites are having problems with them at the moment.

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#65

madtuna
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11 September 2019 12:16 am

Averaging about 20 a day at the moment and that's not counting those that make it into the tree lines. With the camels and horses the poor cattle fight to get a drink and a bite to eat. It's going to be a bad year


If guns kill people, cutlery causes obesity. Sporks should be Cat D and have no place in suburbia
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#66

Rockhunter62
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11 September 2019 08:51 am

madtuna wrote:

Averaging about 20 a day at the moment and that's not counting those that make it into the tree lines. With the camels and horses the poor cattle fight to get a drink and a bite to eat. It's going to be a bad year

Seeing more signs of camels over here too Steve, might have to get the big gun out.

Cheers

Doug


Forest Gump once said "life is like a detector going beep, you don't know what it is till you dig it up"

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#67

Gimp
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11 September 2019 10:30 am

Please bring your feral whacking skills to the Kosi NP, no shortage of targets. And those feral horses (known by fluffies as "brumbys,") have just as much heritage value as your camels, i.e. none
Top land management bravo bloke

Last edited by Gimp (11 September 2019 10:31 am)

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#68

Rockhunter62
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11 September 2019 08:23 pm

Gimp wrote:

Please bring your feral whacking skills to the Kosi NP, no shortage of targets. And those feral horses (known by fluffies as "brumbys,") have just as much heritage value as your camels, i.e. none
Top land management bravo bloke

And here I was thinking you were talking about the donkeys in Canberra. lol lol lol

Cheers

Doug


Forest Gump once said "life is like a detector going beep, you don't know what it is till you dig it up"

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#69

RM Outback
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11 September 2019 10:19 pm

lol lol lol power love it Rh62 perfect beer

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#70

Gimp
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11 September 2019 10:26 pm

Our local one, Porkilaro certainly is.

#71

madtuna
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12 September 2019 02:55 am

Rockhunter62 wrote:
madtuna wrote:

Averaging about 20 a day at the moment and that's not counting those that make it into the tree lines. With the camels and horses the poor cattle fight to get a drink and a bite to eat. It's going to be a bad year

Seeing more signs of camels over here too Steve, might have to get the big gun out.

Cheers

Doug

I've seen your big gun in action. Get the angle right and you can take out 3 with the one shot


If guns kill people, cutlery causes obesity. Sporks should be Cat D and have no place in suburbia
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL9zIt … KCVngVrjg?

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