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Good one fi, I'm sure we haven't seen this particular one before.
06/Nov/07 12:12 AM
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11:05 Hi to all. Its a shame they are left to rot but then I guess it is too expensive to recover them.
06/Nov/07 12:59 AM
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mAen! 7:17

They should seek to recycle the material. I'm sure that mechanisms to do that have been implemented in Australia. Either abandoning these vehicles to the desert is/was easier/cheaper for the former owner, or these wrecks have been there for a decade or longer - and originated before the recycling process was available to the public.
06/Nov/07 1:24 AM
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Wrecks breeding???!!!!??? I'd like to see that.
06/Nov/07 2:20 AM
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You're a desperate man, Hal ... :)
06/Nov/07 2:45 AM
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A little of a voyeuristic tendency there, Hal?
06/Nov/07 2:50 AM
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Maybe they are dying from the drought!
06/Nov/07 3:01 AM
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13:31 with help from the possibilities option
06/Nov/07 3:27 AM
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I, too, am a little worried about you, Hal.
06/Nov/07 3:55 AM
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maen all! at least they did a good and proper strip job on this one. it pains me to see good parts going to waste in most of the other wreck pix!
06/Nov/07 4:33 AM
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8.05
06/Nov/07 5:39 AM
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5:48 - Looks like a suborder of the "Tyrannasaurus wrecks" species
06/Nov/07 6:27 AM
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you put it in the sea , and it becomes home sweet home for a lot of fishes ... but in the desert ? some snakes ?? bbrrrr
(sorry for wwf's adepts)
06/Nov/07 6:46 AM
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I quite enjoy repeats like this especially when it's be a long time since it was on! It's a good puzzle!
06/Nov/07 7:37 AM
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Hi Jyrki, most cars are stripped, parts recycled and the metal crushed and recycled - but these wrecks are cars that broke down permanently a long long way from any major centre. Check out the sort of distances between centres in the Northern Terrority and Western Australia and you'll see what I mean. Australia is as big as mainland America but houses only 21M people.
06/Nov/07 8:21 AM
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Kate, I just yesterday saw some night photos, taken of earth from space by Sunita Williams. I was amazed by the fact that the U.S. seemed entirely "lit up" (even tho it seems we have lots of open space), while the majority of Australia was dark. Your comment certainly provides an explanation.
06/Nov/07 8:38 AM
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5.49 one of Fi's rusty bodies
06/Nov/07 8:59 AM
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Cami, Most of the population of Australia live down the East coast, apologies to Adelaide and Perth which are big cities. But large areas of the Northern Territory, South and Western Australia and western Queensland are quite empty and unpopulated. It is very dangerous to go into these areas More...
06/Nov/07 10:18 AM
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8.11
06/Nov/07 10:46 AM
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Hi there everyone,
These wrecks certainly didn't come up in the order that I submitted them. Yes, It would be certainly expensiive recovering them... and then there is the problem of finding the owner of the abandoned wreck... Is it stealing to steal a wreck. On the trip I had last week, I More...
06/Nov/07 11:07 AM
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Judy, Kathy, and Cathy: my goodness, ladies. Did I ruffle a few feathers? (grin) With the caption: 'These wrecks are breeding like cats and dogs,' my mind just conjured up some interesting images (e.g., a couple of Galapagos tortoises). (bigger grin) Can you imagine crossing a VW with a Hummer? (ROTF)
06/Nov/07 11:12 AM
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I forgot to mention that the VW is masculine. (LMAO)
06/Nov/07 12:52 PM
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You're certainly doing a good job of turning yourself on today, Hal!! :)
06/Nov/07 1:06 PM
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HalT, you are wicked!!

Great pics Fi, and nice to see you around about!
06/Nov/07 1:17 PM
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Thank you, Judy and Bluey. But when there are SO MANY comments and replies that just beg a (hopefully) funny response, I can't resist.
06/Nov/07 2:40 PM
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9.44 I hope they get a room and don't do it out in the open!
06/Nov/07 5:12 PM
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4:51. I don't remember seeing this one before Fi, another good one in the series.
06/Nov/07 8:13 PM
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17.01
07/Nov/07 12:26 AM
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