[STICKY]My Pic Of The Day

Williamson

Old Timer
1) Yo
2) Kiwi, methinks
3) no idea
4) no idea who came through, but it started as a joint effort
All I remember , it was right here (end of Uren Rd. https://bit.ly/2Veo20u

  1. Thought it was
  2. Yep and isn't there a story behind the crash bars or light mounts or something? Must catch-up with Tracey, she'll remember.
  3. Crusty
  4. Pete & Pete - yuse guys said, "Step aside, let real me do it." Who was I to argue, or get MY hands dirty.
 

nev

Super Térrarist
As soon as i saw your pics there, Michael, without reading your description of where they were taken, my immediate guess was at the Lilydale Camping area, near Jackadgery, where there is a similar low concrete causeway over the Clarence River. I was wrong, but the two locations are only 30km apart as the crow flies.
 

nev

Super Térrarist
For the first time in longer than I care to admit, I got out on a bike today. Actually it was the first time I've been out on a motorbike in almost 3 months, and the first time on the Terra in almost 6 months, although I am happy to announce that in the first 6 months of 2021 I have exceeded my 2020 motorcycle mileage !

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Williamson

Old Timer
As soon as i saw your pics there, Michael, without reading your description of where they were taken, my immediate guess was at the Lilydale Camping area, near Jackadgery, where there is a similar low concrete causeway over the Clarence River. I was wrong, but the two locations are only 30km apart as the crow flies.

A pic from Google.

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Yes a very similar bridge, or causeway, but probaby like many others in the area.
 

Squizzy

World Tourer
Looking at some old photos from my MSCAV days. Now we would not go anywhere near these tracks without a dual sport bike with appropriate tyres.


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That is my R90S waiting for my turn at this. Seemed like a good idea at the time.

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Phil Duffy on a Gold Wing outfit, at least he has not changed his attitude. We soon learned not to be behind him on a hill like this.

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