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Coleambally, Geoffb your wish 28 Jul 2017 11:47 #185369

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There is a little bit of interest
Plan at the moment
Evening meal Thursday at Voilet Town there is no expense spared as you pay for what you get
Friday over to Cobram for a compulsory drivers break Apparently there is some bloke there with some stuff
(Might see if he is about)
Then Friday afternoon on to Coleambally
Their flyer mentions something about meals
If further breaks are required they can be catered for
:cheer: ;) :lol: :whistle:

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Coleambally, Geoffb your wish 28 Jul 2017 12:41 #185370

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RE: If further breaks are required they can be catered for

How many pubs B tween Melb n Coleambally
n how many U plan on take n in?

also Pinky Sez: U got sum oposition @ Cobram th@ weekend
www.pinky.com.au/VICaug2017.htm


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Coleambally, Geoffb your wish 28 Jul 2017 16:44 #185378

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Geoff: I will arrive there Friday arvo so you must not blow me off the road when you go passed
Time to get up andd get going.......todays bad decisions aren't going to make themselves!!!

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Coleambally, Geoffb your wish 31 Jul 2017 10:04 #185495

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You doors are safe looks like Braggs on board :sick: :silly: :evil:

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Coleambally, Geoffb your wish 31 Jul 2017 17:11 #185503

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Just hope it's not too windy out on the Hay plains!

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Coleambally, Geoffb your wish 31 Jul 2017 17:18 #185505

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Steve you will not be on the Hay plains but you will be on the Jerilderie plains
Time to get up andd get going.......todays bad decisions aren't going to make themselves!!!

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Coleambally, Geoffb your wish 31 Jul 2017 18:32 #185506

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Same bit of flat dirt and the wind still blows the same

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Coleambally, Geoffb your wish 31 Jul 2017 23:51 #185518

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Steve I was heading east on the Hay plains , with a road train going into a strong side wind Detroit 60 series around 500 hp, took about 20 kms to it up to speed and shit!!! roadworks traffic light on red, do it all again
PS put Browny in front he will suck you along
Time to get up andd get going.......todays bad decisions aren't going to make themselves!!!

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Coleambally, Geoffb your wish 01 Aug 2017 07:45 #185526

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Mayor Jimmie.....Back in the early 1970s Idrove for ansetts on the Yass /Sydney Yass/Carathool as part of the old AFE adelaide/Sydney shuttle run.....Slimline KWs with 871s...We had the first 4.2 metre pans in Australia on this run.
Had to go around the railway bridge at Narrandera,before whay raised the rail bridge by adzing the bearers so 4.2 would go under.
Company regs. said we had to stop ,select 1st gear go under the bridge then continue onto Carathool for the change over .
871s and 4.2 on a windy day was hard to hold 80ks,if we could at all

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Coleambally, Geoffb your wish 04 Aug 2017 07:26 #185639

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Looking good first meeting point will be Yea for anyone from down the East Side
Reckon any using 31 we could start at Avenal Road house B)

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