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Offline Zonkelnut

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« on: March 06, 2006, 05:00:24 pm »
As Sharkie took the route to the klip we opted to go the Cullinan route. I have to say that it looks like Sharkman had more fun. Like always  :)

But here are some of our photos. Yo, KalahariBen, you should send the other photos as well.

It is funny how you can not see through dark brown water. The TA got stuck on its belly  :)
 


Well, I though that I should take a LITO stands and have a smile on my face, but, I did not think it was funny. And how is it possible to have 2 holes exactly the width of my TA's wheels. Amazing &^$%%#^$@!  :evil:  :lol:



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« Reply #1 on: March 06, 2006, 05:20:22 pm »
Looks like Cullinan got more rain than the dam. Is that the trail that follows the railway line ? Still want to do that one. Nice muddy pics !
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« Reply #2 on: March 06, 2006, 05:25:25 pm »
Ye thats the one going past that town with the name starting with "R", just before Cullinan. Ag I forgot. The road is very nice and about rating 1, sometimes maybe, maybe 2 but you might find it boring. A novice route. KalahariBen had to design a novice route for a BMW group and I think this one is perfect. O yes, Raiton or Rayton. Something like that. along the track it is jeep tracks and later it becomes a dirt road. A nice get-out with nothing technical. I think Sharkie also know the route.
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« Reply #3 on: March 06, 2006, 08:21:57 pm »
What I think Zonkelnut forgot to tell everyone is that the BMW guys had a very tough ride the day before to the rock and time was against us as 1 of our members had to travel back to Durbs.

What he also forgot to tell you is he chickend out on the rock trip, something about a hangover.  I will take the TA on anytime and see who get where.  Wait for Nambia later this year.  

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« Reply #4 on: March 07, 2006, 04:31:42 am »
Sorry, FortyZA is absolutly correct. That is why I would like Ben to send the other fotos. I appologize for that. Sorry man, but FortyZA, you should start putting up those rides of yours. And ye, the whiskey and Lieb do not go together that well. I am very sorry for not being there Saterday. And now I have to admit that the babbelaas was not there, we did not kuier that much, It was the cold wind competing with my wifes warm body in bed. So, guess who won that fight.

Ben, send those bluddy photos!!!!!!! I am in trouble here!!!!
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