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Re: Kitebuggying sand dunes

Postby Bille » Sat Nov 23, 2019 2:15 am

DANG plummet ; that's seriously Awesome !!! :thumb:

Was that kangaroo burger ; on the barbie ? :D

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Re: Kitebuggying sand dunes

Postby plummet » Sat Nov 23, 2019 11:17 pm

Bloody hell Bille. I'm in NZ not Aus. There's no Kangaroo's here.... Thats like calling you a Mexican!..... hahahaha.

But interestingly I was in Aus last week and did eat Kangaroo.

Look closely at that barbie too... that's my own firepit design and the massive wok on the top was made from a concrete mixer base.

And yes it is Awesome as f***. So awesome indeed that i have booked it in every yeah until die.

Get your legless arse over here and attend the moose one year. Yes you can do it!
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Re: Kitebuggying sand dunes

Postby plummet » Sat Nov 23, 2019 11:28 pm

PS Its not all kiting.

Here's some evening antics. Riding a log on a bonfire whilst chopping it with an axe. What could possibly go wrong?
Nothing as I'm wearing my flameproof safety overalls!!!!!!!!
Fire axing.jpg

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Re: Kitebuggying sand dunes

Postby Bille » Mon Nov 25, 2019 2:42 am

plummet wrote:
Sat Nov 23, 2019 11:17 pm
Bloody hell Bille. I'm in NZ not Aus. There's no Kangaroo's here.... Thats like calling you a Mexican!..... hahahaha.

But interestingly I was in Aus last week and did eat Kangaroo.

Look closely at that barbie too... that's my own firepit design and the massive wok on the top was made from a concrete mixer base.

And yes it is Awesome as f***. So awesome indeed that i have booked it in every yeah until die.

Get your legless arse over here and attend the moose one year. Yes you can do it!
I just thanked Ya ; but you made me spill a really good beer, with
your : "There's no Kangaroo's here...." joke !!! :lol:

That fire pit ; it looks like a GOOD design, that puts out a LOT
of heat !! Can you control the air, from below ?

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Re: Kitebuggying sand dunes

Postby plummet » Mon Nov 25, 2019 6:46 am

Fire pit does draw from the bottom. But there's no adjustment. Its a decorative firepit primarily and secondary is cooking.

Ps Unbolt 4 bolts and it pulls down and stores away flat pack. Oh yeah!

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Re: Kitebuggying sand dunes

Postby plummet » Mon Nov 25, 2019 6:46 am

Fire pit does draw from the bottom. But there's no adjustment. Its a decorative firepit primarily and secondary is cooking.

Ps Unbolt 4 bolts and it pulls down and stores away flat pack. Oh yeah!

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Re: Kitebuggying sand dunes

Postby Dave_5280 » Fri Nov 29, 2019 6:50 pm

Great video - thanks!

One rider was on a two wheeled buggy.


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