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    Re: FS : 1985 Slipstream Siesta Caravan

    I know, I know, but can't improve on those in the first two posts here.
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    Re: FS : 1985 Slipstream Siesta Caravan

    Delivered in person by Petrie to its new home base.

    Just visited it at its new home. Going to be an absolute boon for the new owners.
  3. Thread: Forum GTG 2021

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    Re: Forum GTG 2021

    Strong probability.
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    Re: Travelling from KZN to FS

    Before you leave to go anywhere, bear in mind that most fuel stations have locked down, even in relatively safe areas in the leafy suburbs.
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    Re: Days of Unrest.

    Karol, is it still reasonably quiet, and are you guys feeling a bit safer?

    News from Nhlangano (through contacts of my missionary friends) is that 5 people were killed there, and that the library...
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    Re: Days of Unrest.

    I had a friend (recently passed away, although not from Covid) whose family were missionaries in eSwatini, and who was on first name terms with some of the present king's brothers.

    Mswati has...
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    Re: Days of Unrest.

    Karol,

    Please keep us updated?

    Prayers to keep you and your family safe.
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    Re: You never know what's out there

    Time to tell us more of what is happening in your part of the world, Keith.

    We need something other than Zuma shenanigans or anti-vaxxers to read about.
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    Re: Bypass Harrismith

    When I open that it seems to indicate a route on the N3?
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    Re: Project 2: Defender 130 V.3-Amigos ??

    That was a lovely, prompt start. Well done.
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    Re: You never know what's out there

    Time to nag you for an update. How is Aesir's recovery going? Any sign of Covid vaccinations in that part of the world?
  12. Thread: Home Affairs

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    Re: Home Affairs

    Renewed my passport and got an ID card at the same time at the Scottburgh office. It's actually at Park Rynie.

    Arrived 7.45am and out by 11.30am. Did get pushed up the queue a bit cause over 60....
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    Re: Southern Lesotho trip report

    Really well put together and narrated. Lovely area which I hope to be visiting next year.
  14. Re: Kazungula Bridge and 1-stop terminal opening on 12-May 2021

    But provided that the processing of the border formalities is up to scratch, it will allow a much faster flow of traffic.

    SA may need to capacitate its border crossings into Botswana.
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    Re: Ithala Doornkraal Campsite

    A beautiful reserve, with a whole variety of habitats that are really worth seeing.
  16. Thread: Jimny 4 door

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    Re: Jimny 4 door

    I hear you. But the 2 door is also a 4 seater, so will the 4 door be that much bigger?
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    Re: Medical oxygen tanks

    There is unlikely to be a medical oxygen shortage in SA (well, I hope not).

    I presume you are thinking of a severe Covid 3rd wave? What might be more useful as a front line tool is to buy an...
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    Re: You never know what's out there

    Thanks, Keith. Always enjoy your adventures. Congratulations on having your name in the credits - you have probably done enough work to qualify for letters after your name in other circumstances.
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  19. Thread: Jimny 4 door

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    Re: Jimny 4 door

    Bringing it here would not create a spares investment burden, so it may well appear. Depends on demand elsewhere and whether they can get the margin they want in our market.
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    Re: You never know what's out there

    A month down the line, and it's time for an update on West Coast life, Keith?

    No excuses this time. Dog pictures are compulsory.
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    Re: Drivers license renewal.

    If an official in East London told me that I first have to get a temporary licence, I would ask him / her for a copy of the relevant regulation and their full names and staff number.
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    Re: Huge fire on Table Mountain

    With regard to how the fire got a hold on some of the buildings, I think it was a member of the fire department who said on TV that the ivy that adorns those buildings was also somewhere the embers...
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    Re: The Blink Tank Reborn Thread.

    Well done!

    Now I want to follow the Defender 130 progress, please.
  24. Re: TRIP REPORT and photos. Short visit to MOUNTAIN ZEBRA and ADDO NPs 2021

    Having recently been in the area, I second what Stan and others are saying about the Eastern Cape parks. Graaff-Reinette and the Camdeboo Park surrounding it are equally worth a day's visit.

    For...
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    Re: You never know what's out there

    Time for an update on life on the West Coast, Keith.

    Pictures of the dogs also appreciated!
  26. Re: Help needed with Basecamp's activity profiles

    Many thanks for the confirmation, Danie. I now known where I stand and that I am not missing something hidden in the menus.

    Work around will be to create a hard copy map of my full route, and set...
  27. Re: Help needed with Basecamp's activity profiles

    I am using a Garmin Nuvi 52.

    From what I can gather from information on Google, I can't upload a track onto that device and then use it to navigate with?
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    Re: Garmin Drive 52MT-S

    Just bear in mind that unit does not have lifetime maps. You will presumably have to pay for updates.
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    Re: You never know what's out there

    And a picture of Juno please.
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    Re: You never know what's out there

    Time for an update what is happening in on your part of the world, Keith.

    How is the puppy doing?
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    Re: Spongebob The SJ410

    Thanks for the video, and congratulations on a successful rebuild of the vehicle.
  32. Re: Join us on our Baviaanskloof 4x4 trip. Scary roads , amazing views and sleep in c

    Thank you so much for sharing this.
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    Why do you recommend doing it from the Newcastle side? Surely coming down gives one better views?
  34. Re: Take a look at our jimny group here in limpop

    Lovely group - congratulations.
  35. Thread: Swartberg pass

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    Re: Swartberg pass

    Ditto on the Citi Golf, although in those days roads were generally better maintained.

    I'll give the MTB a miss!
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