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Mapping Program In Au--- Easy!!!!

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Don't know if i am the only one who hadn't seen this video and AU information site---- but check it out---- It looks so simple that even Klunker could handle it!!!!! :tongue:

 

 

 

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Mate got it and downloaded , also got a map of the entire country with every known gold mine and site going back from the 70s it's an absolute pearler 

regards Dan

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Wow, I liked that.  Lots of public ground to hunt in Australia if you know how to find it.  Might make a trip out there worthwhile? 

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IMO, the only worthwhile way to go to AU is to go on a hired trip....

Having a local is invaluable... 

 

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44 minutes ago, vanursepaul said:

Having a local is invaluable...

Very true.  A local would know so many necessary details like the law, access, and where to get everything from soup to nuts.   

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44 minutes ago, vanursepaul said:

Having a local is invaluable...

Very true.  A local would know so many necessary details like the law, access, and where to get everything from soup to nuts.   

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Kangaroo stew is pretty good out here gents , happy to help :)

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