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Getting Shafted by Bob Bingley Watchorn

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Author: Bob Bingley Watchorn
Genre: Non-fiction, Autobiographical, Memoirs
ISBN: 9780975842294
Format: Paperback
Pages: 432

Nothing could have prepared him for what happened next!


Never in 35 years of mining experience would Bob Watchorn have been ready for what was to happen next. Throughout his many years working in the underground mines, Bob Bingley Watchorn was enjoying going about his business, until something so impactful changed his life that he had to begin to think and live from a whole new perspective.Now, with a world of experience under his belt, and travels across half the world, you’re invited on a journey filled with more golliwogs and ginger beers than you’d care to meet in a big mine canteen, not to mention some of the hair-raising, death-defying escapes of a man intent to try and live a normal family life in the outback and be home before dinner for scones and tea.

All beautifully preserved in a diary and pen and ink sketches from an era where there was no taboos on drugs, no WORKSAFE when leaping across shafts and no politically correct terminology.

Welcome to the nethermost “down under” Down Under.
It’s only once you’ve read Bob’s adventures that you’ll understand why this man can get shafted and still come up with a respectable sense of humour in the morning.

This is the unexaggerated real-life story and adventures of a geologist Jones.