In a bit over a decade, Bob Magor has become one of the most popular contemporary bush poets in Australia.
In his seventh book, he once again pokes fun at the caravanning fraternity. He explores the perils of blokes shopping in supermarkets, line dancing, gopher drivers and the challenge of living with women. Also serious thoughts about campfires, catching the Gahn to Darwin and the local Country Fire Service.
Specs:205 x 140mm, 106 pages, Paperback