G'day ToyasaurusI remember going from the airport to Karratha a couple of months after a cyclone had passed through.
The stunning colour difference between the red rock and the new growth was mind blowing.
One of Australia`s most beautiful places, pity about the heat.
Nice pictures Joe.
There were a couple of rapid fire thunderstorms across the home paddock last week, these resulted in quite good rain falls though nothing like what a true 'wet season' rain event might hopefully bring.
I waited a few days for the track system to dry out enough so 'adventuring' well off any sort of major hard packed dirt road could be had without too much effort, my wife and I ventured out to a couple of waterholes deep in the Pilbara land scape, the gorge systems that hold and hide each waterhole are equally stunning not only for the landscape, but also for the Geology of their respective gorge systems.
With day time temperatures in the mid to high forties the Pilbara Iron Earth was near impossible to touch with bare hands for a solid hand hold when clambering down to the floor of the gorge but totally worth the effort.
Hopefully once we come to terms with Covid-19 and a possible normality in life, you get to venture into the inland Pilbara.
Safe Travels : Joe Fury
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You see a 1981 Series 3 Stage 1 and a RAAF Track Tactical trailer.i see a perentie or at least its optional trailer
Myself and good mate Joe Fury started our 4WD lives with Landrovers! The only folk who had Toyotas back in the late 60's early 70's were the mining companies, so we made do with the "British" option. Many extras added and many rough miles traveled, and just like the Leyland Brothers "Traveled All Over Australiaaaaaa."I don’t think it’s hate just a factual statement
People are just having a laugh, I almost purchased a 110 at one stage it just wasn’t to be but it would consider one if it fit my needs