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PostPosted: Tue Jan 13, 2009 8:18 pm 
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Hey Pirate,

Took your advice... have you seen today's Lakes Post?

Dave

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I can't find the Koala.

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Keep looking Bob....They make themselves hard to see sometimes...Pirate :wink:


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Mate, I am a TOP koala spotter, absolutely expert, and I think I can see it, but its not enough resolution to prove it.

I'm thinking of taking a few days up the Myall river early Feb. Have to buy a tent first, and watch the tides, cause it has a huge current.

Geoff


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geocacher wrote:
Hey Pirate,

Took your advice... have you seen today's Lakes Post?

Dave


Dave - we don't get that paper. What's in it??
I'm guessing maybe a photo?????????

Mickey


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Geoff said:

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I'm thinking of taking a few days up the Myall river early Feb


Geoff,

Why dont you drive up to Mungo Brush and start from there? Then you've got the lakes and the river to play in. I've been up the Myall river in a houseboat from Nelson's Bay and I agree, it would be hard work in the AI. Its a bit narrow to count on sailing, so you might have to pedal the whole way. I probably dont have to tell you, the Myall lakes are just magic.

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