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They look pretty fly.

I think festivals are something other parts of the world do so much better than we do in Oz.

.....I wouldn't mind a hat like the bird with the selfie stick
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They look pretty fly.

I think festivals are something other parts of the world do so much better than we do in Oz.

.....I wouldn't mind a hat like the bird with the selfie stick


Yes , I think you,d look quite fetching !


I,ll work on it ....
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Westbound on dt12 to Cu Dram .

Eastern half rough as guts , take one eye off rd , wake up in crater ...:

Western half , quick / boring
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Progress is speedy in nam,

I was here 9 mths ago , to get to this track head required , navigating up a grassy hillside and 2k of rough jeep track ,,,


Hillside dissapeared now it's terraced rice padis , and concrete strip replaced track !!

On the other hand , some good rds appear to have been carpet bombed in my absence ...


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Like the timber hand rail - bike barrier on the track to the left in the pic. Safety first for the people using it.
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Yep ,


About a Kay up that track it turns into genuine single track 1st gear for apprx 1.5 hrs dry , 3 wet ,,,, it skirts a sheer mtn side , good 300 mtr drop , bouts 75 degree slope ,


You could prob survive the slide , but moto would b in parts bin ...
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yep , they is ,


moto shop in Saigon I got my 1 fitty , has em ...


I can check their stock if u like ?


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What's the shops name? Do they still have a 250 for sale?
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