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Our rig


2007 19FT BT, HDJ105IMG_4535.JPG



-- Edited by Cassie63 on Thursday 15th of July 2021 07:38:01 AM

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Very nice Cassie63.

Should be able to see most of Australia in that!

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Regards Ian

 

Chaos, mayhem, confusion. Good my job here is done



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I can see you doing lots with that set up.



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Looks like a great set-up there. 

All the best for many happy travels!!

Roachie



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Ah! Memories. Tug just a few years younger than our used to have Nov,'96 TLC 80 series with 19 ' BT.

Have many, many lovely adventures.



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Also the older I get the more I realise I do not know.



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Nice setup Cassie. Looks robust and practical.

Just question, is your photo taken at one of the rest stops between Cobar and Broken Hill? That background looks to be similar country.

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Yes, just west of Wilcannia. 



-- Edited by Cassie63 on Wednesday 21st of July 2021 12:24:29 PM

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I have 2 very similar photos of that scene of Nettillie Rest Area, the difference apart from the car and caravan is the upgrade of the pull off area.

One photo taken about August 1974, I was driving a semi across to Adelaide from Syndney.

The second photo is when we were on our annual holidays returning from Ayre Peninsula  to Brisbane with our car & camper in 2007.

Just a bit of nostalgia.



-- Edited by Radar on Thursday 22nd of July 2021 08:01:51 AM

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Nice Tug and Den for outback travels.



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