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Down to the dam & back

Started by Madruss, January 25, 2024, 07:20:28 AM

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Madruss

Thought I'd brighten your day in the "bollocking" cold northern winter I've read about!
It was fine & sunny, 31c so just a quicky.
Straights, downhill corners and scenery.
Up and down, a few hills, across the first dam wall then up around a corner or two. A few long straights to a lookout for dam #2.
Turn around and back to the first dam. Photo stop after crossing the dam wall.
Then up some twisties, then straight and roller coaster through some eucalyptus forest, right turn, then a couple of klm & home.
Zero traffic, the way I like it.
26th January Australia Day tomorrow. Thanks Captain James Cook and crew, aboard the Bark Endeavour 1770
:thumbsup Perserverence Dam.jpg[/attach]
1996 Granite black Steamer, ahead of 40 odd others owned
Regards Russ
An ounce of luck is worth a ton of experience!

Madruss

It's actually quite nice to be out on the tiger after having it "a million pieces" for nearly 2 yrs  :thumbsup  :icon_biggrin:
1996 Granite black Steamer, ahead of 40 odd others owned
Regards Russ
An ounce of luck is worth a ton of experience!

93TigerBill-2016

Nice little run.
You're a bit cruel to our North American friends.....
'93 Triumph Tiger, Caspian Blue, Blue Engine Cases
132,000 km;  IBA #45911

Lee337

Love the colour of that sky, I remember it was like that here once  :icon_mrgreen:

Good to see the Tiger out & about, you've done a grand job there.
No matter how smart you are you can never convince someone stupid that they are stupid.