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The Bushmen's Greatest Opal Finds On Outback Opal Hunters!

Apr 21, 2024
little pocket, oh yes, I would consider it an excellent companion deep in your Hell's Corner mine rod. and Les are struggling to drag their 2 tonne excavator down a narrow 18mm pit. I'm going to have to put some pressure on it to keep it from going a million miles an hour because now we're going to burst our pipes. If they break a hose we're in, as soon as you break a wire it releases the pressure in your lines which will allow our roof bolt to come down which will allow the damn frame to fall now if it goes.
the bushmen s greatest opal finds on outback opal hunters
Les if he leans. I'm going to keep going, so you go back to that hole behind you, yeah buddy, don't worry, I'll be out of the way like I'm black. This is a real chance that one of us will get hurt, don't move, don't break. Only once they don't go in your L direction on the surface is his old Arnold crane the only thing keeping the heavy excavator from falling. What are you doing? It crawls so you'll have to go up and do something with it. The brake. the crane drum can't hold, the SE must be broken there, which is a pain in the ass, come on up, boy, do you think we can tighten that break?
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Any will solve any problem or well, that would solve a little bit. of a problem, yeah sure, give me the box and the shifter, just watch you slide down. You know you see Les jumping doing all this. He is 74 years old. My 74 year old son is sitting in front of the fire with a rug there. LP, right. start it it's holding up I think it will be right now it looks like it will stop crawling the only way to know if Lear's solution has worked is when they lift the excavator if it fails he will be the one under the machine just remember the rules if you kill yourself I'm just filling the hole down here no I understand there's too much paperwork otherwise well we're about to get started I hope Les starts running down the hole and then up. the emergency hole then he will guide it while I lift it up, so this is the fun part trying to get it up that damn hole something is right, wait, wait, oh everywhere we have bad oil.
the bushmen s greatest opal finds on outback opal hunters
I will kill him, we are stopped. by the time you end up boiling water and spitting this out you end up bloody spitting out hydraulic oil so it's not that bad it could be worse. Bushman Arnold, 60, had an oil leak in his crane, leaving his 2-tonne excavator stuck. mine I think that's probably the main problem is that the caps broke one of the caps on the top of the hydraulic line is broken. I get a knife, we can't stop the hydraulic oil that reaches 70 km from the nearest mechanic. The bushman needs a bushman. We'll fix it, so what we'll do is cut a little bit of the damn tree and then cut it down to the right size and then put it there.
the bushmen s greatest opal finds on outback opal hunters
Now what part number do you think Le a is? It has to be part number 1,569. 74 ah, this is what all us hydraulic engineers are, yes, we are very money hungry, you know, we are, we are, we are in a stage of desperation to identify the best place for the excavator in his new mind, Bondi, they will try it . the walls with hand tools first we need to find the color right away, so I don't want to be digging, you know, 20 M before we find some money, that's all, Li, yeah, what do you have something here? Take a look, oh that's good. that's nice hey that has color Li that's green that's nice green that's not bad lers that's not bad at all there's more more there too third piece I told you we should have come here right?
You wouldn't, listen just to dissuade me, it's big and cheesy, look at that, hey, oh, look De, it's a nice bloody color, red on black, dude, oh yeah, that's the money, look at all the different colors that Hey, beautiful, look at the boys going. love you, go buddy, Rod Mark, is that right? Yeah, Mark, you're shopping, buddy, yeah, buddy, I'm shopping for you, shopping, I'm always shopping, how you doing? Please meet you too buddy, I don't know much about Mark, that's simpler. I'm going to sell until today. I hear he's reasonably fair about what he does, so it doesn't get any better than that.
Well, check what I have here, this is all together in one package, friend, a very nice gray Bas glass. There's a jar in there and there's some really cool cutters like that in there and then I saved the best for last, check out those things, all in black. A couple of them have some nice red stones and a very pretty color. them and pretty stone, isn't it? Yeah, nice stone, yeah, what are we talking about here, buddy? You can have all of that for the incredible low price of $3,500, so what's that look like? Come on, buddy, be realistic here.
I'm a realist, that is. It's worth 3 and a half thousand dollars any day of the week come on let's get serious here what is real money what are we talking about real money flooded

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encores are all the same if you know you buy from me all the time. I can take care of you. I'll go down to damn 3 Great look, let's not do M around here 2 and 1 half-baked deal, the money is on the table, I prefer it a little more, but if that's all we're going to get you, you're happy, turn the half, yes and I think it was okay?
You are probably a reasonable buyer. His

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is a mix of black and raw crystal dotted with red, yellow, green and blue. 16 G were sold for 22,000, the most the Bushmen have made in 12 months, so L and I are very happy. Happy to know we can buy some diesel. Alz will be able to buy beer in town tomorrow and everyone is very happy.

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