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#13462030 - 01/17/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: triplecanopy]  
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Originally Posted by triplecanopy
Originally Posted by DryPowder
I've got Australia penciled in my Calendar from the end of January thru May of 2019.

Where about are you coming in?


Sorry I missed this.

I was supposed to be in Victoria running a grape harvester but my boss waited until the last minute on my Visa and I backed out on coming over.


I consciously elevated the energy field and entrained to a theta state before making this post.
300 BP

#13468392 - 01/19/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: DryPowder]  
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Land of milk and honey...for s...
Were you going to Great Western, or Mildura?


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#13469590 - 01/19/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: JSTUART]  
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Originally Posted by JSTUART
Were you going to Great Western, or Mildura?


Great Western


I consciously elevated the energy field and entrained to a theta state before making this post.
#13477449 - 01/21/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: DryPowder]  
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Land of milk and honey...for s...


I have a heap of family about fifteen kilometres from there...give me a yell if you revisit the idea of visiting.


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#13486519 - 01/23/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: JSTUART]  
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Originally Posted by JSTUART


I have a heap of family about fifteen kilometres from there...give me a yell if you revisit the idea of visiting.


Thanks for the offer, I'll keep it in mind.


I consciously elevated the energy field and entrained to a theta state before making this post.
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#13574929 - 02/17/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: WeimsnKs]  
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The weather is pretty warm at the moment, but it'll start to cool soon. Someone might take you on a Sambah hunt. That's the favourite deer target for Victorians.

#13575143 - 02/18/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: triplecanopy]  
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Land of milk and honey...for s...


There are a few around Langi Ghiran and Mount Buangor, but it is private land and you will need a local with contacts, there are also plenty of hunters in Stawell who would be happy to take a Yank out for a hunt.

Pretty sure Troutback still hunts that area.


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#13588064 - 02/21/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: mauserand9mm]  
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Originally Posted by mauserand9mm
Well we don't have:

- bears (except drop bears)
- rattle snakes
- black mambas
- lions, tigers, leopards etc
- coyotes, hyenas
- hippos, rhinos, water buffalo
- alligators

so it's perfectly safe. She'll be right mate.
Yeah but they have 7 of the 10 top most poisonous snakes in the world.


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#13604383 - 02/26/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: WeimsnKs]  
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Yeh, that's right, and then there's the Saltwater crocodiles, wild boars and the occasional bull Buffalo. Then you can go for a swim up in far north and get bothered by a jellyfish that, if doesn't kill may just drive you nuts. That may be one reason why we have a country that's roughly the size of the continental US but has only 25 million inhabitants. Wouldn't live anywhere else.

#13607633 - 02/26/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: WeimsnKs]  
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3/4 being desert and usually hot enough to cook an egg on a rock in 15-20 mins. Alice springs hasn't seen water for 60 years. But along the Swan is paradise. LOL Mate.


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#13623791 - 03/04/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: WeimsnKs]  
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#13638260 - 03/08/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: WeimsnKs]  
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#13671888 - 03/19/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: WeimsnKs]  
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Looks like I am headed back your way in two days. Customer has issues they can’t solve. I get into Adelaide Saturday morning and will go to Strathalbyn Monday morning.

I can taste the meat pies already.

Kinda funny. I wait 18yrs to get a job down under and now I am headed back in six months.

#13677984 - 03/21/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: WeimsnKs]  
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..... and off we go. 12hrs to Melbourne.

#13759359 - 04/21/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: mauserand9mm]  
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Originally Posted by mauserand9mm
Well we don't have:

- bears (except drop bears)
- rattle snakes
- black mambas
- lions, tigers, leopards etc
- coyotes, hyenas
- hippos, rhinos, water buffalo
- alligators

so it's perfectly safe. She'll be right mate.


Conveniently left off mentioning the Bunyip, though. Didn’t you !?!?



#13759399 - 04/21/19 Re: Coming to visit [Re: Scott_Thornley]  
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Originally Posted by Scott_Thornley
Originally Posted by mauserand9mm
Well we don't have:

- bears (except drop bears)
- rattle snakes
- black mambas
- lions, tigers, leopards etc
- coyotes, hyenas
- hippos, rhinos, water buffalo
- alligators

so it's perfectly safe. She'll be right mate.


Conveniently left off mentioning the Bunyip, though. Didn’t you !?!?


Well yes, yes I did, you got me, but they don't eat much though.

We used to have the equivalent to bigfoot, and it was called a yowie. Don't know what happened to him/her - haven't heard about a sighting in a long, long time. Might have gone into politics.

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