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Are those VHS tapes on the lower shelf?
 

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Are those VHS tapes on the lower shelf?
Absolutely
We have an LG DVD/VHS player, and you guessed it Buddy, we still have some VHS tapes.

Along with 400 DVD's in another case.
3800 Movies and Doco's and some complete TV series on a 2TB Portable HDD.
100GIG of music in MP3's

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BMG? Big Mama Gun? Lol
How have you been, Bucky?
G'day Gumpy
Been reasonable, Have retired, and I am finding enough time in the day to "play"
We have brought a Caravan, and have been "Corrugation Proofing" it, and running it in, or shoule I say doing very small weekender's to a local Camping Park, to see what else we need to add to it, before we head out and do some of the "Big Trips", we have planned.

Too hot here to hunt, (snake factor) and when it's not too hot, the wind is blowing it's guts out, so I cannot get out to try my experimental 270 rounds. That bloody rifle hasn't been the same in the last 12 months, but I will solve it, that much I guarantee.

All reasonably good over here


and at your end. ????
 

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I actually can't wait for it to cool down, so I can go back up to the High Country, and hunt again. I can go now, but usually wait till the end of March, to avoid the heat, and Tiger Snakes
 

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In short, yes other are mean little mothers

http://museumvictoria.com.au/discov...nakes-found-in-victoria/mainland-tiger-snake/

Spending 5 years on King Island, in the middle of Bass Straight, I learnt about another type of Tiger Snake, that inhabit the Island, are very dark in colour, doe to them eating "mutton birds(short tale shearwater birds), and have killed many of them, but they are fairly dosile

In Victoria, they are very aggressive, especially towards the end of Summer, and into Autumn (Fall).. I am extremely cautious in swampy areas, around Creeks, and fallen trees, and the Bush, in general.

That's where I hunt, and most of the high country is like what I described.
 

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Tiger Snakes - are they as mean and nasty as their name?






In short, yes other are mean little mothers

http://museumvictoria.com.au/discov...nakes-found-in-victoria/mainland-tiger-snake/

Spending 5 years on King Island, in the middle of Bass Straight, I learnt about another type of Tiger Snake, that inhabit the Island, are very dark in colour, due to them eating "mutton birds" (short tail shearwater birds), and have killed many of them, but they are fairly dosile, but lots over 6 ft in length, and some are as thick as your fore arm.

In Victoria, they are very aggressive, especially towards the end of Summer, and into Autumn (Fall).. I am extremely cautious in swampy areas, around Creeks, and fallen trees, and the Bush, in general.

That's where I hunt, and most of the high country is like what I described
 

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I would definitely leave them alone!! One in a sleeping bag would make a short hunt.
 

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Did I tell ya I hate snakes? 20-30 babies a season? Uh nope I am not going to be in no sleeping bag around there.
That's why we have SWAG's

You lot over there call them a Bedroll.
In Oz they have developed into a snake proof, bugproof, and usually waterproof Swag, and they are incredibly popular here.
There is a myriad of different styles, quality, and prices to suit the avid hunter, traveler, and hiker/bushwalker
I have 2, one 15 years old, but it's letting in water, ( I have re-treated it with "Snowseal")
I brought a new one, and it will get a workout in the High Country, real soon.

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Bucky




Gotta love life !:D
 
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