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Dave , that jetty looks like it goes out a fair way and would be great to throw a line off. Mackka
PS Just read that it is a renowned fishing hot spot 2 hours out of Adelaide. Fantastic
 
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Dave , that jetty looks like it goes out a fair way and would be great to throw a line off. Mackka
PS Just read that it is a renowned fishing hot spot 2 hours out of Adelaide. Fantastic
It's a great fishing jetty Mackka, KG and Yellowfin Whiting, Garfish, Tommyruff and Snook etc and plenty of blue crabs and calamari and the tavern and store next to the jetty have great meals, and the beach is fantastic, it's a fantastic place for families to visit.
 
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Mate if I was twenty years younger, I would pull up stumps and move there. The wife and I loved fishing and would drive two hours to get to Woy Woy or Swansea for a fish nearly every weekend when we lived South. Love it. Mackka
 

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15.1 ml isn't even a shower here mate. I don't consider it has rained unless we get an inch at least. Mackka
We did end up reaching the inch, about 30ml in all. Just not evaporating either. Had to pull the sheep out of the bottom paddock at Daisy Hill, sodden with your boots sinking half way. Has been flooded before but never sodden like that for so long.
Know what you mean about the tropical stuff and a mate in Darwin has insisted next time we go up, to come up in the wet and see the magical tropical storms. Now we‘ll be Willy Nelsoning again soon, that’s on the list.
 
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I feel for ya mate, nothing worse than sodden sheep and inspecting their hooves for rot when it dries. Mackka
 

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I'm playing with the start of my new project.Burner1.jpg

I've done the YouTube research and thought I'd like to try putting one together to see how well it works.

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Most people use plumbing fittings but they are in short supply at Cue-Bunno. I got to this point, connected the hose and fired it up. It lasted all of 10 seconds before the flame died. No LPG so here I am sitting in my van in Perth with four empty LPG bottles waiting for Bunnings to open :rolleyes:
 

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