Family trip goulburn to dargo

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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by bushy84 » January 19th, 2014, 12:47 pm

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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by bushy84 » January 19th, 2014, 12:51 pm

last one as im sick of posting one pic at a time!!!!!!!!! ill finish the rest of the trip off later
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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by TLC60S » January 19th, 2014, 1:23 pm

Hi bushy84
When you upload an attachment then add file it places it above to place inline you then can go back to Upload attachment & add another file which will put it up with your other file . Now if the forum is working OK only do 4 photos then place then inline then Submit . If this doesn't work it's the forum issues we are having that admin / IT guys are trying to fix.
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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by bushy84 » January 19th, 2014, 1:31 pm

thanks.

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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by Qldelsie » January 19th, 2014, 3:34 pm

bushy84 wrote:can anyone tell me how to post more then one photo at a time??
Yes - Don't post your message after uploading one photo . Stay in there, press Upload attachment" again, and browse for the next photo, "add" that one, then repeat again...... Two pics of same trip uploaded just to show it can be done !! Hopefully !! (Edit - Whoops - Too slow !! Sorry for repeat !!!)
I just did the Barry Way a few weeks ago, and loved it. I reckon you camped in the same spot I did beside the Snowy !!!
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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by bushy84 » January 19th, 2014, 3:58 pm

nah we just stopped there for a swim and look wish i had your troopy instead... ill finish the rest of the trip off later not in the mood to resize all the pics atm

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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by bushy84 » January 26th, 2014, 6:21 pm

Well my computer has decided to not let me log in so im trying this from my phone. If it doesnt work hopefully i can get the computer sorted as most of the images are on it...

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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by bushy84 » January 26th, 2014, 6:22 pm

Well it didnt work so hopefully can sort it out...

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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by Neat 60 » January 30th, 2014, 6:27 am

Good one mate :waycool:

The drive from Jindy along the Barry Way is an awesome drive, I went through there at the start of December and there was still snow on the peaks at Thredbo. The wildlife in the area is also a highlight - I had a group of Brumbys wander into my campsite at Pinch River at 3am. The Alpine Way is a fantastic drive also pity its bitumen though.

What tracks did you do in the area? I wanted to do the Deddick Trail just past MacKillops Bridge but as I was on my own and in a company vehicle I thought better of it - I'm defintely heading back for sure! Look forward to more pics if you can get em up :thumb:

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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by bushy84 » March 25th, 2014, 5:38 am

Hey sorry no post but hard drive went in computer. So till I build a new comp I'm only able to post from phone. I'll chase up the books and let you know what tracks I drove neat 60.

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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by The Missus » March 25th, 2014, 7:35 pm

Neat 60 wrote: I wanted to do the Deddick Trail just past MacKillops Bridge but as I was on my own and in a company vehicle I thought better of it - I'm defintely heading back for sure! Look forward to more pics if you can get em up :thumb:
Having a mental moment (not uncommon I know) - is Deddick the really narrow, long, windy track into McKillops Bridge?
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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by Neat 60 » March 26th, 2014, 8:45 am

Yeah just past heading towards Bonang. Probably not so narrow now after the recent month long 165,000 hectre fire that burnt throughout the Deddick Valley recently

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Re: Family trip goulburn to dargo

Unread post by The Missus » March 26th, 2014, 5:22 pm

Thanks Neat - I get the tracks so tangled up from different trips - I could just dig out the notes but that would require a little more effort on my part ;)
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