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Utterly Epic

It’s about that time of the year, first couple of months are over, the wet season is all done bar a few late showers, rivers are starting to subside and the run-off has just about finished. Yep, thoughts of heading north have started. Read more…

Graham Cahill — April 24, 2014

Drop Your Tyre Pressures and Get Out There

A bit of feedback from my last post requested I write this time around about the 10 most common mistakes made by amateur 4WDers. Struth, 10 mistakes? I have to say that's a bit harsh, I don'€™t think I'€™ve ever met anyone with quite that degree of inexperience! However for sure I do see a few common errors made on a regular basis that with some fine tuning, are almost always rectified. Read more…

Graham Cahill — March 21, 2014

Me Time

OH&S is so prevalent these days that to not be wearing “high vis” while checking in at Perth airport means you are the odd one out, steel cap boots are worn in the office, inductions require inductions before being inducted, there are whole shops selling nothing but PPE and getting a splinter requires management approval and signatures in triplicate plus a ream of stamped forms before it can be removed. Read more…

Graham Cahill — February 21, 2014

Missions Close To Home

Well excuse my absence over the last couple of weeks if you will; the festive season coupled with an immediate return to filming saw me MIA and away from a keyboard for longer than anticipated. With January already just about over, I for one have begun to settle down, if only temporarily and judging by the rapidly thinning crowds at popular south-west campsites, so to have all of you. Read more…

Graham Cahill — February 05, 2014

Summer Holidays Checklist

Mid-week in the last working week of December is not exactly my most productive time of the year…to say the least. I don’t think I’d be alone either, thoughts this time of the season are on anything but working; beaches, bent fishing rods and low range are occupying the limited space I have in my head, holidays are nearly here. Read more…

Graham Cahill — December 17, 2013

Another Cracking Adventure

Its 4pm on a typically muggy, stinking hot and oppressive Darwin afternoon. I've just fought my way onto a Perth bound plane and lodged in-between a bloke wearing a Cape York shirt and another proudly sporting the Blues colours (I feel like a rugby ball ready to be booted into a scrum)... Read more…

Graham Cahill — December 05, 2013