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Moved house - new garage.

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Moved house - new garage.

Postby maverick » 25 Aug 2018, 20:49

FInally got both yaks to the new house and into the garage. The AI is on the trailer and the Compass hangs from the roof. Had to pick the AI from SLH's where it was in storage, so it was an interesting trip home with the Compass flat packed into the wagon as well. Rods are stored, just working on some shelving and a lure wall.
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Re: Moved house - new garage.

Postby laneends » 25 Aug 2018, 22:16

Still in Mornington?
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Re: Moved house - new garage.

Postby cruiser » 26 Aug 2018, 10:33

A bloke has to have a mancave I reckon :D I noticed the rudder is down on the compass Mav is that to take pressure off the lines
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Re: Moved house - new garage.

Postby shane » 26 Aug 2018, 11:28

Looking good Mav. There's a distinct shortage of rods though?
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Re: Moved house - new garage.

Postby maverick » 26 Aug 2018, 12:55

laneends wrote:Still in Mornington?

Somerville, downsized the house, upsized the carport, garage and land. A bit further to walk to the water now.

Looking good Mav. There's a distinct shortage of rods though?

There is another wall panel behind the shelving of rigged rods and another wall storage of rods without reels. :thumbsup:

A bloke has to have a mancave I reckon :D I noticed the rudder is down on the compass Mav is that to take pressure off the lines

Fridge is stocked, tools are hanging, gym setup so it was time to sort the fishing gear. Yes to the rudder, I undo all the cords/bungees under tension, each time.
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