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    Looks like an awesome spot. Great choice.

    River looks inviting if the weather was warmer.

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    Awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harps View Post
    Looks like an awesome spot. Great choice.

    River looks inviting if the weather was warmer.
    They are mountain rivers, just like the high country, so very cold all year round, gets very busy in the warmer months.
    Cheers Baz.

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    Is it beer o'clock yet? outback jack's Avatar
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    Glad everyone had a good time, great scenery

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    Great shots Gary, it looks like every one enjoyed the meet and the location. It was unfortunate that we could not make it.
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    Excellent report Gary and what a great place love the old ovens thanks for sharing
    Jack we need to build one of those ovens at your place

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    Hi All,

    Got back yesterday at 1.30pm safe and sound although very sore with back problems after holding the Bruisers transfer lever in low range to get in and out of the valley.
    Ended up doing the Dampier in high then travelled through Cooma, Thredbo camped at Leatherbarrell Creek Rest area and woke yesterday to thunder and heavy rain.
    Quick pack up and off to Yackandandah past a familiar sounding town called "Staghorn Flat".
    Had a great time apart from the problems and thanks to Frank and Baz for the groundwork. The location was superb as was the weather.
    Will post up some pics when I'm fit enough to walk to the General Store to use their wifi.

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    Good to hear your home safe Max, I'm sure everyone enjoyed the load of wood you carted up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pacs View Post
    Jack we need to build one of those ovens at your place
    Guess what your doing this weekend pacs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oz Firey View Post
    Hi All,

    Got back yesterday at 1.30pm safe and sound although very sore with back problems after holding the Bruisers transfer lever in low range to get in and out of the valley.
    Ended up doing the Dampier in high then travelled through Cooma, Thredbo camped at Leatherbarrell Creek Rest area and woke yesterday to thunder and heavy rain.
    Quick pack up and off to Yackandandah past a familiar sounding town called "Staghorn Flat".
    Had a great time apart from the problems and thanks to Frank and Baz for the groundwork. The location was superb as was the weather.
    Will post up some pics when I'm fit enough to walk to the General Store to use their wifi.
    Glad you got out alright Max.

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