Victor Harbor Swap - a couple of pics

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Victor Harbor Swap - a couple of pics

Post by Prof » Sun Mar 04, 2018 1:40 pm

Early morning start. Sun began to rise after about 15 minutes...
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Low spots blanketed in fog. Photo I took of it over the road as I rode through came out blurred...
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Not usually a lot of bike parts, but a couple of stalls. Purchased the CB750 frame on the trailer. Frame number is made up of Japanese characters...
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Big show and shine. Just a small portion of the display...
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Took a couple of hours (vs half an hour) to get home. Checked out some back dirt roads and possible camping spots. But Nanny has closed off everything. No camping signs, locked gates and fences every where we used to camp. Even Hindmarsh Falls where on any weekend you'd see a dozen campers in amongst the trees. Sigh!

Got a couple of nice shots of the shovel in my favourite environment...
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Re: Victor Harbor Swap - a couple of pics

Post by El Skitzo » Tue Mar 06, 2018 10:42 am

That ride in the fog must have been nice
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Re: Victor Harbor Swap - a couple of pics

Post by Prof » Tue Mar 06, 2018 11:50 am

It's pretty cool, but you don't know if a 6' roo is going to suddenly materialise in front of you!!
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