2018 Victorian High Country Adventure

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Postby L60Boerne » Sun Dec 29, 2019 8:36 am

What an awesome trip with great pictures and story. Five vintage Patrols on Patrol...what a great picture. I hope we can get five Patrols on our ascent of Engineer's Pass this fall. Thank you so much for documenting the trip so we can enjoy your journey.

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Postby Esteban » Sun Dec 29, 2019 11:25 pm

L60Boerne wrote:What an awesome trip with great pictures and story. Five vintage Patrols on Patrol...what a great picture. I hope we can get five Patrols on our ascent of Engineer's Pass this fall. Thank you so much for documenting the trip so we can enjoy your journey.

Patrolling when possible,
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I second Dave’s words!

What a fantastic write up, beautiful pictures to match, and best of all, the friendship developed in this adventure.

Really inspirational!

Thanks!
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Postby G60michael » Mon Dec 30, 2019 5:42 am

Thanks to all members for the Great Feedback, and Glad you all enjoyed the Write Up.

We Actually made 2 DVD's about an hour Long Each of footage from Both Dave and Clay, bloody Good Watch and I'm starting to think ill Wear my DVD Player out shortly From watching it to many times, Bloody Good Watch and some of the stuff on there is better then Funniest home Video's.

Next Trip we will hopefully have around 8-10 G60's, We have Kept it invitational within the same group as last time with the exception of a few extra mates of both David's, Cosmo and Myself who they also own G60s.

We figured last trip was the best blokes you'd ever ask for, No Drama Queens, No Party Poopers, and No Jealous Folk, Just a Bunch of Genuine down to earth Like Minded G60 Lovers, why would you want it any differently.

See You Boy's in 2020.

To the other Forum members Both from Aus and International who have thoroughly enjoyed reading the Journey of our Trip, I Glad to announce, that another Trip Write up will be done after the next trip.

I Would like to take the chance now to Wish you and Your Families all the Very Best for 2020 and wish you all a Safe and Happy New Year.

All the Best and Take Care
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Postby ratpatrol66 » Wed Apr 08, 2020 12:00 am

Thanks for posting all these great pictures and the story of your epic adventure!!!
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Postby mdawg4x4 » Wed Apr 08, 2020 9:46 am

That was totally awesome. Thanks for sharing.
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Postby G60michael » Thu Apr 09, 2020 3:47 am

Hi All, thanks alot, glad it was thoroughly enjoyed, as you all know I Live and Breathe G60's, and these g60 trips with a great bunch of mates is all I need in life :D

Unfortunately with much sadness and disappointment, myself an my mates were Due to be doing this all again in 2 and a half weeks time, but due to the Covid-19 Pandemic thanks to the Asians for ruining it we can no longer travel or head away for the trip.

Many Late Nights were spent after I pulled the Ute out of the shed to begin working on it to get ready to take away, lots of midnight finishes 7 days a week, plenty of cursing and swearing but was pushing hard to get the car done, so has my mate REDDOG on his 79 Ute, It feels like a complete waste of time, but we not letting it get us down and defeat us as well have simply only pushed the trip back a bit till we are able to reshecdule it.

A positive to pushing hard to get the ute done, its registered now and I can keep ironing out any bugs driving it to work so its A1 when we go away :D
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Postby moore_rb » Thu Apr 09, 2020 9:24 am

Great read... Awesome pics.

I gotta say: your SWB is my favorite of all your trucks. I love it.
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