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Title: The travelling salesman - dial-up beware, lots of pics
Post by: Ratsalad on October 26, 2007, 02:32:19 pm
Those that use their bikes for work.
Post pics here when you've been somewhere nice.

Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on October 26, 2007, 02:37:53 pm
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: bobnob on October 26, 2007, 02:44:31 pm
what kind of job do you do  >:(

i can maybe post you a picture of the n1 going into cape town but thats about it  :(
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Pom on October 26, 2007, 03:43:06 pm
This is not right, do you really want to see photos of yuppies in BMW's ;D ;D
What abot we swop jobs?
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: letsgofishing on October 27, 2007, 10:35:18 am
Jeez, Blikners, tough job you've got there!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Cane Rat on October 28, 2007, 06:17:04 pm
what kind of job do you do  >:(

i can maybe post you a picture of the n1 going into cape town but thats about it  :(

Yes, Watse job doen jy. Dem, dis die tipe job wat ek ook wil hê!  :(
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratel on October 28, 2007, 09:10:46 pm
Come now - what lekker job allow you to travel like this :)
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on October 28, 2007, 09:34:18 pm
IT support.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Pom on October 29, 2007, 02:18:50 pm
IT support.

What, you fix 25 year old Yamahas in the bush all day!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on October 29, 2007, 04:37:14 pm
I goto exciting, far away places, see state of the art computer equipment and break them.
Today it rained here, so it makes for some nice pics and wet jeans:
OK the last one I found from an earlier ride (the canola have been harvested) but couldn't resist as it's such a nice pic.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: letsgofishing on October 30, 2007, 08:19:54 am
IT support.

What, you fix 25 year old Yamahas in the bush all day!

No man, that's XT support!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on October 30, 2007, 08:37:28 am
Awesome!

Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on November 06, 2007, 01:53:28 pm
It's been slow the last couple of days, so I took a ride into the mountains near Swellendam:
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on November 06, 2007, 02:33:31 pm
Dude - you must take me on them routes.
As before - awesome pics!

I enjoyed the couple of hours we spend  on the road last Saturday very much!
Everyone is also commenting about the Garden Route that is so beautiful (and it is), but this doesn't need to stand back for any of what the Garden Route have to offer.

Btw - this photo should look familiar.
Sorry about the quality of the photo, but the bridge came up and I thought it would make for a cool inride photo.
So I had to fish my cellphone out of my jacket pocket with a gloved hand, switch on the camera, point and shoot.

Didn't have much time.

Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on November 06, 2007, 04:18:56 pm
Yes, thats the bridge in the first photo (previous post)!
Didn't know if you'd enjoy going through the river, so kept going.
There's some great places to ride here, but most people don't even turn off at Swellendam. Not really a destination, more like a pit stop!
Like I said on Saturday, whenever you're ready, offer stands.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on November 06, 2007, 04:23:50 pm
Yes, thats the bridge in the first photo (previous post)!
Didn't know if you'd enjoy going through the river, so kept going.
There's some great places to ride here, but most people don't even turn off at Swellendam. Not really a destination, more like a pit stop!
Like I said on Saturday, whenever you're ready, offer stands.

Would not have minded the river - next time!

About the offer - :thumbsup:
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Captain Zef on November 06, 2007, 05:01:05 pm
Cool
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on November 28, 2007, 03:54:27 pm
Due to the heavy rains, I've had to use my Pajero the last week or so, so those pics probably aren't allowed.
But today, I had to visit some remote sites that was cut off and decided to take the bike. We didn't have as much damage as the Southern Cape, but farmers took huge losses. Anyway, here's some pics of todays ride.
The first river crossing was uneventful, bit more water than usual, but easily crossed.

1 - Then I got to the next one, saw lots of sand in places and some deep shadows but thought WTF, lets go. Almost got stuck halfway through in the sand. Had to put my feet out and got wet up to my knees. Spun the bike out.
2 - No the bike didn't grow ears, those are my socks.
3 - Showing a fine leg
4 - Just a couple of kilos further, into the mountains.
5 - Almost there.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: buzzlightyear on November 28, 2007, 04:12:13 pm
Nee magtag blikners, jy kan ons darem se waar die fotos geneem is, of doen jy 'n skattejag recce?  ;D ;D

Dankie vir die fotos :thumbsup:
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on November 28, 2007, 04:14:45 pm
Coooooool!

Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Aquatic on November 28, 2007, 04:54:33 pm
Blikners

Do you need an appy???
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 06, 2007, 01:21:23 pm
With the forum on and off last week, I never got round to post some pics. So heres some from last weeks ride. I will try to give some more info.
I was in Montagu when I got called out to Touwsriver. I had two options, take the Koo tar road or the gravel road through Ouberg Pass. Obviously I took the gravel road. You turn right just outside Montagu on the Barrydale side and head into the mountains.
1 - This sign is still in mph and I thought it quant.
2 - One day son, all this will be yours...
Then, while in Touwsriver, I got send out to Barrydale - after some swearing I realised it's on my way home anyway. Quite a ride, but hey the roads are awesome. I had to go back the way I came, as the road forks to Ladismith and Montagu. I hoped I could get to Warmwaterberg and Barrydale via this road.
3 - Things went great after the turn off, but the road is long and straight. There were a lot of driffies, most without water and before to long I hardly noticed them. then I came over a hill and saw one with some water in it. Slipping and sliding to go slower I hit the water, slid on some silt and went down like a sack of sweet potatoes (sak patats). No harm done, just a bit wet, I pushed on.
4 - Then the road forked. No signs to say which way Barrydale is, but it had a sign for a driffie to the right and the general direction was right so I took that one.
5 - only to be confronted by this. Nothing even rings a bell (apart from Warmwaterberg which is where I was going) and it has got to be some of the silliest or greatest place names on one road sign that I have ever seen!
I'll continue later as I can only attach 5 pics per post.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on December 06, 2007, 01:27:42 pm
Hahahaha!

Check this out - from http://www.wilddog.za.net/forum/index.php?topic=6352.0


(http://myweb.absa.co.za/preuss/bike_fork.jpg)

(http://myweb.absa.co.za/preuss/longroad1.jpg)
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 06, 2007, 01:37:38 pm
Enjoyed that one, great write up and good to see the snot-driffie almost caught you out too! And great photos!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on December 06, 2007, 01:42:04 pm
Thanks !

Was it the same driffie ?

Hahahahahaha!

Sorry for the 9/11 !

Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 06, 2007, 01:46:31 pm
Must have been! Wonder how many others soiled their pants there!
No problem with the 9/11 at least someone bothers reading this~
Soooo, back to the ride last week.
1 - As I got to the Warmwaterberg entrance, I was confronted by this Lions, elephants?! WTF was that all about! I didn't go in there but took the road to the right and after about 5km's came upon an Eishkom guy sitting in his bakkie. We chatted for a while and he said he think I should turn around as he wasn't certain the road I was on went all the way to Barrydale.
2- So I had to take my chances with maybe becoming lunch to a lion. Great. After I went in I saw a road sign for buffalo, then rhino, then giraffes. While pondering my relarive position on the food chain I came around a corner and saw something moving in the bushes right next to the road, against the fence. Next moment a great bloody 300kg koedoe bull charged across the  road right in front of me. I got such a fright I could only skid to a halt 500m further and start fishing for my cellphone camera but by that time they were gone. So I took this photo instead!
3 - Almost at Warmwaterberg. I was looking forward to a cold coke ans something to eat.
But the shop only opens at 5. So I pushed on to Ronnies and had a beer and a road kill burger!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: LuckyStriker on December 06, 2007, 01:54:10 pm
A whole lot of us rode through that reserve on our way to the 2006 Wild Dog bash

we saw no wild animals ... but were a little worried that we would though
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 06, 2007, 02:04:22 pm
Ja, okay genoeg met die "been there done that" nonsies julle twee!
Wag tot julle vandag se ride sien - ek is nog besig om dit uit te dink!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on December 06, 2007, 02:06:18 pm
Ja, okay genoeg met die "been there done that" nonsies julle twee!
Wag tot julle vandag se ride sien - ek is nog besig om dit uit te dink!

Bwaaahahahahahaha!

:thumbsup:

Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 06, 2007, 02:27:07 pm
Had to goto Ashton today. Boring tar ride is the quickest way. But wait, I thought, why not take the Voorhuis/Bruintjiesrivier road to Bonnievale and from there to Ashton. Dirt, scenic, some water crossings, hopefully.
I got to Ashton and had my work done in 5 minutes, then saw a sign to a Viewpoint and decided to check it out. must have taken a wrong turn somewhere so I ended up on the koppies outside the town. Man if I lived in Ashton! There are km's of roads in those koppies.
1 - the road just seems to go on and on. Some scary uphill parts with lots of loose rocks. I went into the mountains about 2km.
2 - then came across this dam. Obviously a favourite with the local "jonk en jukkerig" crowd judging by all the beer cans and condoms laying around. On a warm day it would have been nice to take a dip here, but it is overcast today.
3,4,5 - I had a brunch in Ashton, then took the tar back. Soon I was bored with the tar and the wind and decided I'll go back the way I came, so took the dirt road back to Bonnievale. Then back to Bruintjiesrivier. About 100m past Bruintjiesrivier theres a jeep track that turns right and follows the railway line to Voorhuis siding. I have been eyeing the railway line for a long time and decided today is the day. The Transnet boards doesn't say "To trespassing" just "Use at own risk" so I thought it would be OK. Anyway, the jeep track runs for about 1 km then crosses the railway line and disappears into a farm. Theres a gate there where the railway service road once ran and I could see the road but it was badly overgrown.
The road was almost non existent but I wasn't about to turn around, so kept going. More pics in the next post.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on December 06, 2007, 02:33:47 pm
Awesome!

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Post by: zetman on December 06, 2007, 02:45:10 pm
bliksem jy het n lekkr werk  ;D
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 06, 2007, 02:51:01 pm
1 - All to soon I found myself on the wrong side of the fence, so to speak. The "road" is now 2 ruts filled with water and mud and badly overgrown. Still I pushed on. A real danger here was overgrown (hidded) muddy streams that will swallow your whole bike and that disappear into pipes that take it underneath the railway line. I had to ride on the stones on which the railway line is laid once or twice and believe me it's quite difficult to climb onto those as it's about a meter high and slippery because you have to approach at an angle.
2 - I kept going stubbornly. Soon I could see the Breede River on my right. Still the road was almost non existent and I rode through one or two camps, having to open and close gates that I had to fight with to get it over young trees that had grown over it's swing path since it was last opened. Vegetation includes pendorings and some of those yellow plants that has tiny thorns that can penetrate jeans and socks. I was glad I had the heavy duty tubes and relatively new tires on because those thorns will give punctures.
3 - Just as I thought it couldn't get any more difficult I saw this train bridge. I was riding right next to the tracks on the loose stones. There was no way I could keep riding there. I would have to get my bike between the tracks if I wanted to cross the bridge. I tried picking my bike over the right hand side track but it was difficult with the stones under my feet and the line looked like it was high enough to hit my sump. And off course, what would I do if a train comes!
4 - After much huffing and puffing, I got the bike turned around and rode back, trying to find the place where the service road disappeared, because it had to go somewhere. Then I found it. I had to cut off some small trees to get the gate open. Then brave some pendorings to open it and get the bike through and close the gate once again.
5 - Finally, I found the crossing. Protected by a loose wire gate. It was obviously a cow path and the cowsh1t was everywhere and slippery. There was an escape here to get to the main gravel road and I'm not ashamed to admit I took it, although the railway service "road" could be seen to continue on the other side.
That will have to wait for another day.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 11, 2007, 03:01:48 pm
1- Abandoned railway house. lots of these around and a sad sight.
2 - Inside is in a sad state. Wonder whom these properties belong too.
3 - Back over Tredouws Pass
4 - Getting creative
5 - Suurbraak, need to see whats on the other side of the river.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 11, 2007, 03:07:04 pm
Mod, LS, this thread was intended as a pics only thread but it's impossible not to write something like when, where etc.
Feel free to move it somewhere else - I'd prefer to add some more text, anyway.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 13, 2007, 04:37:33 pm
While in Suurbraak, I ventured into the mountains.
Firstly I followed a trial that headed towards a ravine (pic 1) and came upon this small keerwal (pic 2). After contemplating a quick dip I decided against it as the water looked deep, icy cold and it really wasn't that hot!
I turned around and tried another trial, and was soon crossing deep gully's and mud patches. The jeep trail petered out and became a goat track.
You can go up into the Langeberg mountains quite a way but you are on the wrong (mountain) side of the river and will have to go back eventually because this is part of the Marloth nature reserve and hikers on the grueling 5 day hiking trail frown upon men in ATGATT on bikes tearing along on the hiking trail. Pic 3
Soon, though, the gully's became tiresome and I knew I would have to cross them again as I couldn't follow the trail much further than the first ravine and waterfall.
Pic 4 shows one of the gully's I had to walk the bike through.
Pic 5 shows Suurbraak from the hiking trial.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: LuckyStriker on December 13, 2007, 04:42:20 pm
Mod, LS, this thread was intended as a pics only thread but it's impossible not to write something like when, where etc.
Feel free to move it somewhere else - I'd prefer to add some more text, anyway.

Hey, it's your thread and so far it's been quite interesting
If you want me to move it to another section I will, but it is fine here just the way it is IMHO
just shout if you want it altered or moved
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Meerkat on December 13, 2007, 04:57:24 pm
This is one of the highlights of my day, sussing new pics and dreaming bout going there...

You should consider mapping your routes for us to enjoy them as well!!!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 13, 2007, 05:17:59 pm
LS, thanks, I'll keep going here then.
Meerkat, I don't have a GPS unfortunately, but when I do get one (hoping for them to get cheaper soon) I will do that.
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Post by: Meerkat on December 13, 2007, 08:00:22 pm
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Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on December 14, 2007, 09:39:49 am
As said before - very cool!

You certainly use that DR for what it was made for !

Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 27, 2007, 03:35:23 pm
Found a nice road that runs through the mountains between Stormsvlei and Drew. It's nice and scenic and cuts out a huge chunk of the N2.
I rode to Drew, then turned right just after the bridge (towards Hessequa 4x4). About 5 km down the road was a turnoff that said Kliprivier (I think). I could see the road going over the koppies and there were recent DS bike tracks (2) heading up that way. After a while I came to a fork - one looked like it went to a farm house so I took the other one even though it was obviously less travelled. As you can see from the pics a car would never get through after the recent rains.
Then I ran into some guys on tractors and I asked them if the road goes to the "groot pad" and they said yes. It's obviously a farm you ride through and before to long I ran into the farmer dragging a planter behind his Land Cruiser bakkie. Friendly guy, said "Yes, go and enjoy" when I asked permission
The road ends at a to your right just as you come out of the pass between Stormsvlei and Bonnievale. Here's some pics:
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on December 27, 2007, 03:38:25 pm
Flippen cool!

Went through Stormsvlei on Monday. Awesome valley.

Is this left coming from Stormsvlei ?

Is there any signs that tell you you've found it ?

Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 27, 2007, 03:49:43 pm
Hi Eishbein
Sorry it's to your right coming out of the pass from Stormsvlei. Less than a km from the ruin in my avitar. No signs but look for a double gate (big one and a small one). If you get to the Kliprivier turn off, you've gone past it and will have to turn around although that road later joins this one, but you'll miss out on some opportunities to dump your bike in the ruts and mud.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on December 27, 2007, 03:50:48 pm
Niiiiice!

Thanks for keeping this thread alive!

Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 27, 2007, 03:54:30 pm
I noticed you're holding thumbs lately ...
What for?
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on December 27, 2007, 03:57:23 pm
I noticed you're holding thumbs lately ...
What for?

:D ;D

Two things - that the shaft of the GS is only in need of an adjustment (no actual real repairs) and the 2nd is for a job that I made the shortlist for. Will hear about both of those within the 1st week of the new year.

:D ;D
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on December 27, 2007, 04:00:28 pm
Good luck!
Even if the shaft is knackered, maybe the new job will help pay for it!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on December 27, 2007, 04:02:05 pm
Good luck!
Even if the shaft is knackered, maybe the new job will help pay for it!

Hahahahaha!

Yeah - I would prefer both though...

Queen song comes to mind: I want it all...

But yeah, if I have to choose that would be the priority list!


:D ;D

Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Jerrycan on January 14, 2008, 06:40:33 pm
Faark, wouldn't mind a few shortcuts to work like these!  Well done on the photography, nice creative stuff!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on January 25, 2008, 01:19:43 pm
Jerrycan you should not have encouraged me. I tried to be creative again this morning, and heres the results:
1 - Dams in Kloof outside Swellendam.
2 - Trees on the other side of the dam
3 - If you look up thats what you see.
4 - Spot the bike
5 - Bike
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on January 25, 2008, 01:22:22 pm
The rest of the ride.
1 - Bike at the dam
2 - Gate to picnic site but closed - pity that kloof looks inviting, must go back and find a way in.
3 - The only challenging looking photo opp I could find!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on January 25, 2008, 01:42:18 pm
Nice!

Does that mean you're up and running again ?

How's the back?

I take it someone had to pry you off the bike with a koevoet or coax you in to the house with biscuits after you started riding again ?
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on January 25, 2008, 01:42:35 pm
Oh and blerrie lekker photos!

W.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on January 25, 2008, 02:20:58 pm
I've been riding around town for a couple of days already and my back is OK, just slight pain now and then but it's just as bad in the 4x4 on the gravel roads and even worse when the going gets really rough (can't stand up in a car).
Used wifes car for 2x longer tar trips - it's one of those very low Hondas and I'm like an old man getting in and out of that thing but it uses less fuel and is a lot faster!
This morning was a longer test run, the petrol bill is killing me so I can't wait to use the bike again and also wanted to keep this thread alive!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: SGB on January 25, 2008, 07:27:11 pm
No idea about the area, but nice pics!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: David van Breda on January 25, 2008, 10:22:48 pm
Jisliaak,

These pics are lovely and makes me jealous!  I am gonna find it very hard to work this year !  >:D

How many kms on average do you cover in a day Blikners?
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Jerrycan on January 26, 2008, 02:16:07 pm
Well done again, one of my motto's: Have camera will travel which I adapted to have petrol will move...
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on February 01, 2008, 02:03:53 pm
1 - Nice scenic route before you hit the dry roads
2 - Same road
3 - Last one of the same road
4 - Old Toll house on the Infanta road
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on February 01, 2008, 02:07:46 pm
Visited a friend for a couple of hours, then headed for Potberg. I love those old sandstone buildings and wanted to get some photos of them.
Here's the pics"
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Eisbein on February 01, 2008, 02:08:30 pm
Very cool!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman
Post by: Ratsalad on February 06, 2008, 03:34:26 pm
Today, Heidelberg, Gysmanshoek, vanwyksdorp, Ladismith Barrydale.
1 - Came across this grader merrily self destructing without a soul in sight.
2 - Used the opportunity to try and get more creative.
3 - On the way to Gysmanshoek
4,5 - Also on the way to Gysmans theres this house right next to the road and I've been wanting to stop there for a while now.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman - dial-up beware, lots of pics
Post by: Ratsalad on February 07, 2008, 08:53:50 pm
Pendoring bosse, padtekens en bike!
Brandrivier (naby Barrydale)
Title: Re: The travelling salesman - dial-up beware, lots of pics
Post by: Ratsalad on March 19, 2008, 05:00:09 pm
I've almost forgotten about this thread but was reminded to post something. Here we go:
1 - between Riviersonderend and Greyton - yesterday
2 - as above but different route (coming back) - yesterday. I asked a farm worker where the road goes and he confirmed it goes to town but looked uncertain. I asked if I can use it and he said yes. Then he said theres a big ditch in the road. I asked if a bakkie can get through he said no. I asked if a tractor can get through he said yes. I said I'll be OK!
3 - metal bridge near N2 on farm roads outside Riviersonderend - yesterday
4 - Ouberg Pass outside Montagu - today
5 - Ouberg Pass outside Montagu - today
Title: Re: The travelling salesman - dial-up beware, lots of pics
Post by: Ratsalad on March 19, 2008, 05:05:39 pm
These pics taken today
1 - found this camping site next to a river near Leeuenboschfontein on the Touwsrivier - Montagu highway. Was looking for a shady spot to rest the bike and low and behold
2 - theres braai spots, a "big Brother shower", wood, blits, grids, even a shooting range, running water, toilet! this place is organized I wonder whom it belongs to would like to sleep over there (I have more pics)
3 - and heres another place that always fascinates me. I keep thinking it's a secret nuclear hide or something like that. Check out the pics!
4 - all this in the middle of nowhere
5 - and more
Title: Re: The travelling salesman - dial-up beware, lots of pics
Post by: Ratsalad on March 19, 2008, 05:06:32 pm
And two nice shots of a nice bike!
OK make that one!
Title: Re: The travelling salesman - dial-up beware, lots of pics
Post by: wayneh on March 20, 2008, 01:08:08 pm
Lekker thread Blikners.  ;D  ...Aah ...So many trails, and so little time.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman - dial-up beware, lots of pics
Post by: Bliknrs on March 18, 2012, 08:25:09 pm
Although this thread is under my old username I will post some more as soon as I get some proper riding done on the "new" bike.
Title: Re: The travelling salesman - dial-up beware, lots of pics
Post by: eikeboom on March 20, 2012, 07:31:40 pm
Beautiful! Lekker to do all the back roads! Thats why we have bikes like this
Title: Re: The travelling salesman - dial-up beware, lots of pics
Post by: Pietcoke on March 24, 2012, 08:35:17 pm
Very nice pic's, roads and ideas for new routes. :thumleft: