Budawangs from East to West

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Budawangs from East to West

Postby dbm » Sat 08 Feb, 2014 8:00 pm

HI Guys

Last winter various walking friends and I attempted an East to West traverse of the Budawangs, from Mt Bushwalker to Wog Wog. For various reasons we ended up 100k or so from the other car we were supposed to reach! Trip description and some fun photos at our bushwalking blog.

http://sonsofthedesert-abushwalkingblog ... oding.html

PS

We've since discussed matters, and concluded that you shouldn't remove wood even from dead trees.
dbm
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Re: Budawangs from East to West

Postby kanangra » Sun 09 Feb, 2014 2:44 pm

Mate that sounds like an epic! Great reading.

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Re: Budawangs from East to West

Postby dbm » Sun 09 Feb, 2014 3:55 pm

kanangra wrote:Mate that sounds like an epic! Great reading.

K.

Thanks! There was half a day when it ceased being fun; but once we found the cairn on the escape route by flat rock creek it started to be fun again!
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