My 17 year old VW has finally used up its second battery... that’s right just two batteries in 17 years.
This ad is getting a run again on local tv. It's not a bad idea....
The average Australian weekly pay packet is a smidge under $1,600 at the moment.
Actually just doing a trail, fence and water tank inspection on our place.
I mean...who on Earth takes a D4 onto a dirt road, hundreds of kilometres from the nearest dealer?
Built 1823-25 in Richmond, Tasmania. Entirely the town's claim to fame. Though I will agree the proportions are favourable..
But in a good way...this won instead
The original version by Dean Lewis is going to nail top spot in Triple J's Hottest 100 for 2018. Broadcast begins tomorrow at midday Australian Eastern Daylight Saving Time...about 14 hours after this post! www.triplej.net.au
...and Tasmanian roads are great fun
I’m off to Tasmania tomorrow morning for most of January. Whitewater rafting on the Franklin River for 8 days then a wander around the place using Mum’s D4 to its fullest.
Because why not, eh?
My 9 year old lad wanted a road train for Xmas. And his grandmother duly delivered. But...
Never give up...even when the bastards cut you off at the ankles.
Merry Christmas from the Western Australia parliament...
Well it’s full of cactus but the ute is fine.
May all your moths look like some mad coach built car from the 1930's...
Our Gate Troll has a hat.
We’ve been going back into my CD collection thanks to the random selection skills of our son. It has sent me down some old rabbit holes...