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Found it fogg found Shale We Dance?

Saturday, May 7, 2016Australian Capital Territory, Australia

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How funny is that! We visited "Wild Wild West" saw the beautiful rock formation and thought this could be a nice place for the most western EC in ACT. We did not see the hidden EC icon! MBO wrote us an Email afterwards and now we are lucky having really found the most western EC in ACT!

Thanks for the fun!

Fogg & Consortin

Bushbashing to get to the border

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