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how often do i find a great Kodak moment 👌🏾👌🏾👌🏾.. well it happened on this day.. i almost felt like we ( me and calamity) could live here , everything just fitted .. for those that follow my adventures you will know my love of old western equestrian steampunk designs and what i’ve created with my overcooked and OTT vintage chief indian motorcycle.. yes it’s not everyone’s cup of tea but it’s a talking point .. this location was in Sofala NSW australia .. Sofala looks more like a movie set than a real town. Nestled into the Turon River valley this tiny township once stretched for 16 km along the valley and was famed for the riches found in the area, the large population of 10,000 frenetic miners, and the amusing fact that it once had forty hotels. Today Sofala is a village with an authentic old world charm which, in some cases, is beautifully preserved and in other cases is in danger of falling down and disappearing. In essence its nothing more than three streets (Denison, Bowen and Barkly) which have no formal construction and no kerbing and guttering and yet can legitimately claim to be 'Australia's oldest surviving gold town' because the town still attracts prospectors and fossickers over seventy years after the last gold mine closed down.❤️❤️❤️🙏🏼🙏🏼❤️

this days full adventure can be viewed here ep 175

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