NSW Hunter Valley Cruise, Lunch & Fundraiser

Discussion in 'Post Event Discussion' started by LittleRedZX, Jun 11, 2017.

  1. LittleRedZX

    LittleRedZX Member

    Thanks to everyone who attended today. I think it is safe to say this was a terrific day despite the overcast and somewhat foggy run from Berowra through to Wollombi.

    Thanks also to everyone that helped out with the fundraising side of things.
    THe winner of the Supercheap Auto $100 gift voucher was Steve (riding shotgun today with Marcus).

    It really was great to catch up with all of you.

    Please post up pics when you have time.

    Cheers everyone:zlove:
  2. Redzedorr

    Redzedorr New Member

    Really disappointed I had couldn't make it today.
    The weather forecast put me off as I had to travel from the central west of the state to get there.
    I use to travel the road from Peats Ridge to Wollombi very regularly many years ago and YES it does get very foggy.
    Look forward to seeing any photos that may be posted.
  3. littlechicken

    littlechicken Member


    Thanks Chris and all who organised the day. It was my first cruise with you guys and it was just a nice day out. I like the road as there's plenty of fun within the speed limit, fog and all.

    I did intend to follow everyone to the photo shoot after lunch but had to collect a daughter so had to get going.

    Great day. I hope you raised some useful funds for the forum.


  4. rob260

    rob260 Administrator Staff Member

    Good job chris and a fun drive even in a civilian car.

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    Last edited: Jul 23, 2017
  5. geron

    geron National Petroleum Equipm

    It was nice to catch up with everyone and a lovely day out despite the fog and being generally overcast.

    Thank you for organising this :)

  6. AAU54U

    AAU54U Member

    Thanks Chris for organizing it and thanks Rob for doing those photos.

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