Tiger37

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About Tiger37

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    Canberra
  • Interests
    Kite buggying, classic cars, bush walking, caravanning, cycling, orienteering

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  1. Currently caravaning at Mylestom. Great beach but cross shore winds have ended in a few long walks home!
  2. Nice one Chris. I do remember one of those dune experiences you had! Hope to see you at Sandy Point this year.
  3. Don't worry Darren, the Longstars and my faithful 9m Peak 1 will be with me!
  4. Might try Foster CP myself. Looks like a good option.
  5. Sounds good to me. Will either join a house group or bring the caravan down depending on comparing costs.
  6. Take it easy Doug and get well soon.
  7. I use Safari on iPad most of the time when looking at EK. Only time I've had to re enter my password is after the occasional software upgrade.
  8. Yup, my 3.5m Flexifoil Blur!
  9. I guess it's your birthday @.Joel - have a good one!
  10. @windstruck - great photos. Thanks for sharing plus your views on the kites. I've been away bush walking for a couple of weeks so still have not been out in strong winds with my LS2 3.5. Looking forward to getting both 7.5 and 3.5m out again in the buggy! Your photos inspired me to get out again asp!
  11. @windstruck great to hear such positive comments on the LS 2 3.5m. I have not had a chance to try mine out in strong winds yet but am looking forward to doing so. Sounds like you are having a good time out there.
  12. Totally agree on your comments about the Born Kites bar. Let's have some photos of your new LS2s and P3s from Lake ivanpah!
  13. I'm away till the end of the month but would certainly like to get together sometime to try Lake George again. Count me in. I'm also happy to recce the lake to check if it's dry enough.
  14. I don't think the days of cheap camping are gone. I just think that as Nigel mentioned some locations are benefitting from supply and demand. Coming back from Kingston this year I stayed on a powered site for $25. The Camps 8 book or WikiCamps lists a number of such sites. Also a lot of pubs and clubs are offering free sites for one night knowing you will likely eat there. I've stayed at quite a few of these in my caravan.
  15. @Darren Tibbey, agree it's very expensive. Wife and I are currently staying a a beautiful park at Halls Gap doing some bush walking. Great park with heated swimming pool etc and only $34 for powered site.