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Post by Biggest Kev on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 12:06 pm

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Our Camp among the tree's.

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2 gramer came out of this hole


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Yellow Washing Machine, find this and you find the patch.

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These are the nuggets I found, 2 gramers in the middle

Howdy All,
             Phil (cruiser1) and I got back yesterday from our Cue trip once again it was a drama free trip, met up with some other people that were up there swinging the coil, called in to have a chat with a couple of young blokes camped in the area and turns out one of them was Phil's mates son, small world. Anyways it was 6 days well spent we had a good time and brought back some yellow metal and long lasting memories, already planning a trip for next time.

Cheers Kev
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Post by Bignuggs on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 12:11 pm

some nice gold there fella's and I like those pics of the scrub.
good to see ya's had a good time out there with no probs.

cheers
Cliff

PS. now where is that yellow washing machine

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Post by cruiser1 on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 3:04 pm

Just a bit more to add to Kevs thread.Had a few mates pop in for one night who were on there way to the Meekatharra cup,they usually do the rounds when the racing is on.We had to leave a beer-box cartoned sign on the side of the road with a series of ribbons hanging off trees for them to find our secret spot.One of the vehicles was a Ford 250 v8 turbo diesel which could be heard rumbling into camp.On tea time the rear tray of the ford had a boxed in section from which a BBQ came down by way of hydraulics,quite ingenious.Its amazing to see how people have set up there vehicles for camping.In addition to Kevs clue for(washing machine marks the spot I have included the brand name) in one of the pics.
This was the first time out with the 5000 but still managed to score a few nuggies.In comparison to my 3000 this machine certainly ran a lot quieter and did not pick up those annoying hot-rocks.I just have to learn to tweek the settings a bit more.
Que gold
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Kev fiddling(tampering)with the scales
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X marks the spot
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Note the sleeper,our visiters brought 5 with them
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Kev having a quiet one,well maybe not so quiet
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Nothing like a smokey fire
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Phil
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Post by Nightjar on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 4:31 pm

Bet you don't use those old creosote sleepers again Phil???
Great pics.





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Post by cruiser1 on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 6:25 pm

Funny you should say that Peter,I did mention to Kev one night of a strange odour emminating from the fire.A few more beers seemed to fix the problem though. LOL
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Post by Ttrash on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 7:58 pm

Sounds like a great trip

Great company
Great gold
Great photos :)
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Post by Flying kiwi on Wed 01 Oct 2014, 9:38 pm

Nice haul fellas

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