It’s a high tech Easter egg hunt. Someone hides a container of inexpensive knickknacks – a cache. Then they post its latitude & longitude on the internet, and other people go hunting for it. If they find it they trade knickknacks and sign a log to record their visit. The minimum you have to have to play is a handheld GPSr (Global Positioning Satellite receiver). Global Positioning Satellites are used in all forms of navigation today. They send signals that these receivers use to figure out where on the surface of the earth they are.Details
Finally getting around to adding some fresh content to the website. Firstly, added posts on our USA and Canada trip in September and October. Have yet to upload the photo albums for each leg of the trip. Also created and uploaded a new header image. More to come!
From October 1 through 16, 2013, the United States federal government entered a shutdown and curtailed most routine operations after Congress failed to enact legislation appropriating funds for fiscal year 2014, or a continuing resolution for the interim authorization of appropriations for fiscal year 2014. Regular government operations resumed October 17 after an interim appropriations bill was signed into law.Details
Like you, truckies want to get home safely to their families, so let’s share the road. This Top Ten Tips is a shorter version of the National Sharing the Road with Heavy Vehicles Program, which is a more detailed explanation of these items and is available to spread education on sharing the road with trucks, with the aim of improving safety for all on the road.
For further information please contact :
Rod Hannifey, Road Transport and Road Safety Advocate,
mobile: 0428120560 or e-mail email@example.com
A record number of entries were received for the 22nd annual Tristate Hot Rodders campout held in Renmark. The campout is the longest running hot rod event in South Australia, according to organiser Denis Oates. A “Show and Shine” was conducted today outside the Renmark Hotel.Details