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Posted by: TopDOG
« on: 22 May 2011, 02:07 PM »

and yes again im too jealous of you all especially you gus on your 1098R :'( its what i could have had by now even to only put in my shed start it up rev it till the police are called for noise complaints :P yes ive not lost my taste for great looking and sounding let alone straddling and riding things!!! :D thanks to all of you who have remained my friend/mate  8)
Posted by: JBB
« on: 17 May 2011, 02:57 PM »

Hi fellow Dogs

Club ride 15the november we had 5 bikes turn up at freemans Waterhole. We had, Damian 800SS, Jim on his monster, Allan on Multistrada, Gus on 1098R ( worth turning up just to hear it start) and yours truly on 900SS.

Due to most of us having things to do in the afternoon we agreed to all ride to Broke and split from there So we went over the gap Sandy creek road, Elalong,Paxton,Millfield, Wollombi, Paynes crossing and finally Broke. Good ride we all got to see a stray bovine wandering on to the road.
Posted by: VinceS
« on: 11 May 2011, 11:31 AM »

Here is the story of the half way house re-build

And here is a story from BA Jan 2011 about the other cafe:

There is a brand spankers new Cafe / Diner on the Putty Road now. It is called the Grey Gum Cafe and their first day of business was on New Years Day! It is located exactly halfway along Putty Road, 86kms from Windsor and 86kms to Singleton.

They are open 7 days, with a full menu including pizza, pasta, cakes, sandwiches, coffee, softdrinks and even a souvenir shelf. They are also fully licensed!! It has modern decor including air-conditioning, a disabled access ramp, verandah dining, covered lawn dining, male/female toilets and showers, and most importantly, a purpose built concrete parking strip for motorcycles, (the cagers have to park on the sand heehee!!)

It is not built on the site that the Halfway House used to be, it is actually a few kilometres down the road. As I said, brand new! The staff and owners are very friendly and nice, and I can personally vouch for their hot chocolates and thick raisin toast!


So it seems there is a job on to check 'em both out!
Posted by: JBB
« on: 11 May 2011, 10:27 AM »

Hi fellow Dogs,

Looking foward to club ride this sunday to half-way house on putty weather looks like it will be kind.

Hope to see some ducatis at Freemans waterhole sunday morning.