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Post by martinjsto on Fri 14 Mar 2014, 10:51 am

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hi all,
well the car is happy with a full tank, over 5k spent on her getting suspension, tyres, duel batteries and other engine mods done ready for the season.
I have been granted leave from home reno's for around 12 days so anyone keen on a 10 day trip I am planning on heading off Sunday or Monday
so PM me if keen.
maybe anyone already out there would like some company or has somewhere to detect I could tag along with I am keen as.
I don't know what direction yet, looking up to and around the Cue area north or Leinster/Leonora East so I am free ranging ATM.
I was going to catch up with Jason in the Ora Banda area but he is stuck on a lease for a few weeks yet and cannot get away.

so anyone on a massive strike and needs help digging it up im all yours lol  cheers  lol! 

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Post by martinjsto on Sat 22 Mar 2014, 5:58 pm

a roof rack and awning is something i nearly purchased, may still get a roof rack but dont think i will i get a awning, I think i will just take the Jaco pop up from now on, hardly uses any more fuel and all the comforts.

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Post by pilbarachad on Sat 22 Mar 2014, 6:59 pm

Nice vids and pics there mate. Its got me itching to get out for a few days instead of my normal (at the moment) day trips. Cant wait for it to cool down, got to finish my trailer though  Laughing Laughing 
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Post by martinjsto on Sun 23 Mar 2014, 9:51 am

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at least u r onto a few pieces..great photos as well--looks like u could do with a backhoe out there..some very interesting ground..

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Ray, i spoke to the leaseholder and he told me there wasnt a lot of alluvial around but an old fellow use to come out for 2 months a year and dryblow for a nice annual wage but has since fully retired. the owner is now setting up a wet plant and wants to put the ore from a hole he has dug through it as it has high GPT content.
he offered to allow me to dryblow if I wanted, maybe worth the time if the deal can be reached.
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Post by Flying kiwi on Sun 23 Mar 2014, 1:48 pm

im back as well beer was starting to warm up again could not keep enough juice in the batts to keep my fridge running Sad , was a great trip and good to catch up with Martin a top bloke and very handy man to have about the campfire whipped up some mean tucker cheers mate,  kwdf put in some big days and covered a lot of ground with a little bit of colour to show for our efforts as always would be nice to pick up more was a great trip even if a bit warm at times... jhgigfif 
my telly for the trip 1/2 oz,

passed a heap of 4bys heading north on the way home fair to say that 2014 season is now open!!

cheers Tom
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Post by Bignuggs on Sun 23 Mar 2014, 2:53 pm

Nice pics there Tom just a pity about the heat and warm beer   Razz
Almost forgot, and some nice gold  cheers 

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Post by cruiser1 on Sun 23 Mar 2014, 4:51 pm

Good pics Tom.At least you have opened the account for this season.How did the new motor go?

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Post by pilbarachad on Sun 23 Mar 2014, 5:11 pm

Nice finds there Flyingkiwi, cant complain about a half ounce.  Very Happy 
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Post by Flying kiwi on Sun 23 Mar 2014, 6:29 pm

hey Phil the new donk is running sweet mate real happy with it the old one must have been on her last legs for a while as this one seams to pull lot better has got about 2000k on it now used about 1l of oil so far I think that will settle down once she is run in a bit more.
next job is to re-bush the old girl as there are a few rattles and bumps where there shouldn't be and she has about a 1/4 turn of slop in the steering. never ends eh

cheers Chad if I can dodge work for a few more months im gunna get up your way for a swing mate

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