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The official stoked thread!

wallwombat
12-May-2011
10:39:25 AM
That summed it up perfectly, although I think "It sucked balls" did too.

Best thing about Nangar is you can get phone reception there.
widewetandslippery
12-May-2011
10:40:25 AM
I was so glad wombat could call home.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
13-May-2011
10:05:56 PM
On 12/05/2011 widewetandslippery wrote:
>On 11/05/2011 wallwombat wrote:
>>
>>>On 27/03/2011 wallwombat wrote:
>>>>WW&S and me are off to Nangar tomorrow. Stoked!
>>
>>>On 10/05/2011 IdratherbeclimbingM9 wrote:
>>>... So, how did it go?
>>>☺
>>
>>It sucked balls.
>
>We both had maps and info that niether of us took.
>
>We were at the mercy of being droped off in NANGAR as niether of us has
>a license and no vehicle.
>
>We were like Charlton Heston walking along the beach in Planet of the
>Apes trying to figure out where we were.
>
>We walked to a high point and saw the statue of Liberty in the distance.
>
>The ground was hard, rocky and steep and covered in flesh stripping ants.
>Then we sat covered and circled by DEET on our packs. It eventually got
>dark and the noises started. We carved shallow flat graves in the hill
>side for somewhere to sleep, lit a fire, drank beer, goon, dropped a horse
>pill and were eventually rescued.
>
>I forgot to mention the spiders.

Epic!

You certainly have a way with words ww&s.
~> Almost makes me wish I was there, as it sounds like you had an adventure!
... almost heh, heh, heh!!!

Miguel75
14-May-2011
8:00:29 AM
Well done OP. looking forward to your TR.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
14-May-2011
5:48:52 PM
On 14/05/2011 Miguel75 wrote:
>Well done OP. looking forward to your TR.

+1

miguel75
6-Jun-2011
6:34:01 PM
Stoked my letter of offer from the MFB arrived. 8 weeks to go until training starts..
grangrump
6-Jun-2011
7:04:16 PM
so you'll be able to put out all the campfires at Araps

miguel75
6-Jun-2011
7:24:07 PM
On 6/06/2011 grangrump wrote:
>so you'll be able to put out all the campfires at Araps

Touche grangrump. All except mine...
Russ2303
24-Jun-2011
12:42:49 PM
Just seen ur post about Tallong Wilderness Centre. I too was there. It was when they closed the place. I was the organiser of a small rebellion lol opposing the closure of the place. We boarded ourselves up in one of the cabins and called the media. It was a pretty massive event for me at the time. Something that I will never ever forget.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
25-Jun-2011
1:09:20 AM
On 24/06/2011 Russ2303 wrote:
>Just seen ur post about Tallong Wilderness Centre. I too was there. It
>was when they closed the place. I was the organiser of a small rebellion
>lol opposing the closure of the place. We boarded ourselves up in one of
>the cabins and called the media. It was a pretty massive event for me at
>the time. Something that I will never ever forget.

Are you refering to a post by Pat B*, wallwombat*, adam miller* or myself?
(*all Chocky user ID's).
In any event, it is good to hear from another survivor of the Tallong experience, and I trust you're not forgetting it is in a positive sense!





I am stoked in meeting old friends and making new acquaintances at a recent m/cycle rally. Stoked also that I learnt more about heavy loads and the limits of my current tyres in slick-clay type muddy conditions enroute to same without any drama, as this is good information regarding upcoming adventures I want to do.
;-)

bel
27-Jun-2011
10:17:00 AM
stoked to be living in the carrabean and having south america one fligt away!!!
waxman
30-Jun-2011
2:53:09 PM
im stoked i've finally joined chockstone!
egosan
30-Jun-2011
6:25:56 PM
On 30/06/2011 waxman wrote:
>im stoked i've finally joined chockstone!

Wrong thread, mate.

Here you go:

http://www.chockstone.org/Forum/Forum.asp?Action=DisplayTopic&ForumID=1&MessageID=54851&Replies=331&PagePos=20&Sort=LastMessage&MsgPagePos=-1#NewPost

Welcome.

Miguel75
14-Jul-2011
6:42:01 PM
Stoked I just passed my heavy rigid driving tests. Only 3 more weeks 'til MFB training begins...

shortman
14-Jul-2011
8:22:29 PM
On 14/07/2011 Miguel75 wrote:
>Stoked I just passed my heavy rigid driving tests. Only 3 more weeks 'til
>MFB training begins...

I can see you driving a fire engine with the biggest smile south side of sydney!

I can see the moment.

Good on ya Mike!

Miguel75
14-Jul-2011
8:48:47 PM
Thanks Dan. Already smiling like you wouldn't believe. All I have left is a final uniform fitting and then it's game on...

shortman
14-Jul-2011
9:24:03 PM
On 14/07/2011 Miguel75 wrote:
>Thanks Dan. Already smiling like you wouldn't believe. All I have left
>is a final uniform fitting and then it's game on...

Tone it down for the ladies!

I can see it.
The worlds first mormon fireman climber extraordinaire strip show extravaganza.
Featuring married monogamous Mike.




widewetandslippery
15-Jul-2011
1:45:03 PM
On 14/07/2011 shortman wrote:
>On 14/07/2011 Miguel75 wrote:
>>Thanks Dan. Already smiling like you wouldn't believe. All I have left
>>is a final uniform fitting and then it's game on...
>
>Tone it down for the ladies!
>
>I can see it.
>The worlds first mormon fireman climber extraordinaire strip show extravaganza.
>
>Featuring married monogamous Mike.
>
>
>
>
>

driving something heavy and ridgid. Didn't the missus pass you on that one?

IdratherbeclimbingM9
26-Jul-2011
9:26:48 PM
Stoked about Cadel Evans winning the treadly TourDeFrance.
Stoked about Casey Stoner winning the Laguna MotoGP.

It is very inspirational what both those lads can do on their respective machines.
bl@ke
26-Jul-2011
10:20:50 PM
They got nothin' on your Kato M9

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