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post #11 of 51 Old 01-16-2019, 11:31 PM
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Do kangaroos pose a riding hazard?
They sure as feck don't here.
Just curious.
Coming home from a camping trip last Thursday night on a winding dirt road with steep drop-offs to the side and no safety barriers (Wombeyan Caves Rd for the locals) in fog with 'roos jumping across in front of me - not at all!

P.S. 39 C (102F) outside at the moment and not a cloud in the sky. Some rain would be nice.

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Not as much a threat as the drop bears......
I was in drop bear country, too! (But I had Vegemite.)

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Not as much a threat as the drop bears......
A "drop bear"?

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Coming home from a camping trip last Thursday night on a winding dirt road with steep drop-offs to the side and no safety barriers (Wombeyan Caves Rd for the locals) in fog with 'roos jumping across in front of me - not at all!

P.S. 39 C (102F) outside at the moment and not a cloud in the sky. Some rain would be nice.



I was in drop bear country, too! (But I had Vegemite.)

https://australianmuseum.net.au/lear...als/drop-bear/
'roos jumping across roads in fog. That sounds bad. Real bad.

I went to the Bundanoon Hotel website. It looks very nice. But, isn't 19 dollars for fish & chips a little much?
You would have a hard time finding a place charging more than 12 around here. Ouch.
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Lrobby if you want to join us I will shout your lunch & a few drinks too. LoL

A little while back a mate & I had lunch at the Gundaroo pub, he is a tight ass and complained about $25 for fish & chips, when he finished he was very impressed with the meal and would gladly pay the $25 again.

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A "drop bear"?
Kinda like a koala, but with large teeth. Known to drop on unsuspecting campers. Vegemite is the only known repellent.......
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Better known as killer Koalas lol

Guaranteed to scare the bejeezas out of foreign tourists and those who don't carry Vegemite.
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Lrobby if you want to join us I will shout your lunch & a few drinks too. LoL
Hey Rolex, does the shouting of lunch and drinks only apply to people currently overseas?
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Hey Rolex, does the shouting of lunch and drinks only apply to people currently overseas?
No !!!!

If you join us I will cough up for your lunch and a few drinks.

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