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Hi Guys and girls, with the weather looking uncertain this Sunday the ride my dad and i do to Canungra looked uncertain but the weather to cleared up ok ,my dad on his White Burgman 650 ,me on my 650 strom ,my brother inlaw on his DRZ 400 and a mate on his 400 Burgman plus my nephew pillioned on the back of my wee strom ,a great ride there where i met up with ONE-OFF (Pete) ,this was the first time i had met pete and it was great to meet you mate and talk bikes over a pie and coffee ,hope you had a terrific ride home ,hope to catch up again .Ride Safe Paul .
 

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Hi Guys and girls, with the weather looking uncertain this Sunday the ride my dad and i do to Canungra looked uncertain but the weather to cleared up ok ,my dad on his White Burgman 650 ,me on my 650 strom ,my brother inlaw on his DRZ 400 and a mate on his 400 Burgman plus my nephew pillioned on the back of my wee strom ,a great ride there where i met up with ONE-OFF (Pete) ,this was the first time i had met pete and it was great to meet you mate and talk bikes over a pie and coffee ,hope you had a terrific ride home ,hope to catch up again .Ride Safe Paul .
Hey Paul,

Good to meet you all to.
Although it was my intention to pop over to Canungra for breakfast and home again, it was just too nice a day to waste on domestic duties. So I headed out of town with no fixed destination, and ended up exploring some of those dead end valleys to the south of Beaudesert. Kerry, Christmas Ck, Chingee Ck...
Absolutely stunning scenery, just gets better as the valleys tighten up and the roads turn to tracks. No pics though, who takes a camera to breakfast?? So heres a map.



I got home around 2:30, not bad for a breakfast run. :hurray:

Pete.
 

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Will catch up with you some weekend soon. Away this coming wkend.

Hey Pete. Some nice dead-ends there alright. Did you go to the end of the gravel on Chinghee Rd?
 

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I went as far as I reasonably could on all of them. When they looked like I was on someones driveway I turned around.

I'll go back in a couple of weeks and get some pics, although I don't expect to be lucky enough to see Mt Chingee swathed in a cloud doona at midday again. I've lived around here all my life and I've never seen some of these places. Shame on me.

See you Friday.
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Hi Pete, it looks like you ended up having a great riding day ,:thumbup:
 
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