77095EDIT: Bushnell NatureView Binoculars - Ralph
- Nov 2, 2013Thanks Gail,
The tree is a Jarrah which is prized for its timber to make furniture,
especially tables and cabinets. For some reason the timber getters back in
the 1920's left this one. It is estimated to be over 400 years old. It is
called "King Jarrah"
My spacing issues will be the death of me. I keep making them.
Test copy deleted and I have uploaded the report.
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Subject: [backpackgeartesters] EDIT: Bushnell NatureView Binoculars - Ralph
Ralph, enjoyed your report..interesting terrain. I also like the huge tree
next to your picture. I have a few edits although they are mostly "space"
During the Field Report stage I have been out in the bush for four days
broken down to a one day and three day stints.
EDIT: a three-day stint
o 500 metres (984 ft - 1640 ft).
EDIT: delete the extra space before 1640
black wet moss on the rock which is deadly to walk on. It is like
walking on ice,very slippery.
EDIT: need a space before very
Elevation was between 130 metres and 290 metres ( 426 ft and 951 ft).
EDIT: delete extra space before 426
That's it..enjoy the next few months. Gail
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