Clay's Fabulous Big Exciting Kooky adventure

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So Nuriootpa will be the debut of the van yeah ????
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Yeh right


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Nothing like a road trip to sort out a few bugs/create more work!!! Really enjoyed following along Clay. Given me some much needed motivation, now all I need is some free time…..
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Hey Clay! Loved every minute of this adventure. Recognised most if not all of your stops, and I'm bummed that lockdown not only prevents me heading out on my own adventures now.. but also foiled our plans for a rendezvous.

See you another time I guess? Good luck with yer gearbox maladies and engine-out-again adventures.

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What a trip Clay. I have delighted in following your journey from start to finish and the little challenges in between. It was great to see you travel through the Mallee in country Victoria - my old stomping ground. It must have been a thrill to drive through this area where the ute was originally from.

You will remember this trip for ever and a day.

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Sharing it makes it all the more memorable folks. Thanks for your interest.


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Well done Clay fantastic that you and your Ute completed the trip, some little bugs to sort out but you must be proud.
Frankenstein and I are looking forward to meeting you and your Ute mate.
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Cheers Tim and Neil. Hope we can turn on as good a time as the Queenslanders showed us. I hear Roger is looking for an MC………


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