Mabuasehube: August 2016

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Mabuasehube: August 2016

Thu Sep 01, 2016 6:23 pm

Sorry to those also on the other forum. It is a copy so please don't download it again if you have already read it on the 4x4community forum.
Paj surprised me in the sand between Mabua and Tsabong, really did well.
Regards.
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Re: Mabuasehube: August 2016

Thu Sep 01, 2016 7:13 pm

Thanks for sharing! :!:

Are they still busy upgrading the Tsabong - Mabua road?
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Re: Mabuasehube: August 2016

Fri Sep 02, 2016 9:17 am

Thanks for the trip report. Glad the Paj performed as it should have. We have got to get these vehicles fuel consumption better though.
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Re: Mabuasehube: August 2016

Sat Sep 03, 2016 6:20 pm

Still need to go there
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Re: Mabuasehube: August 2016

Sun Sep 04, 2016 1:02 pm

LowRange wrote:Thanks for sharing! :!:

Are they still busy upgrading the Tsabong - Mabua road?
No roadworks currently on the go.
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Re: Mabuasehube: August 2016

Mon Nov 20, 2017 3:12 pm

Sounds good. Thanks for sharing that. As to the campsite protocol. I've been going to Mabua a few times annually for the past 25 years and was told on my second trip (we were the only ones there on the first) that no ablutions or water sources are 'owned' by anyone - everyone pays the same price. And so it has always been. I think the people who objected to your use of what is essentially a communal ablution are the ones who need to be enlightened about protocol. Had a pride of lions at the Lesholoago A-frame last Saturday and not even they objected to my showering there as there was no water at the Entrance camp - where we had been - or Khiding - where we were going.The Pajero (2000 V6) was thirsty but otherwise great - except for the Bosobogolo/Nossob road shaking the battery off its moorings. Why have battery clamps that hook into plastic slots on a vehicle built for rugged roads?

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