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 +===== Sittin'​ On Seven. =====
  
-SITTIN/ ON SEVEN 
 A summary of good walking techniques as advocated by Wilf Hilder. A summary of good walking techniques as advocated by Wilf Hilder.
-Head forrld, tail aft,+ 
 +Head forr'd, tail aft,\\
 Thus begins the walker'​s craft. Thus begins the walker'​s craft.
-Arms swingin, knees bent,+ 
 +Arms swingin', knees bent,\\
 They'​ll never know which way you went. They'​ll never know which way you went.
-Pigeon toedknock kneed,+ 
 +Pigeon toedknock kneed,\\
 Now you're really gaining speed. Now you're really gaining speed.
-Weight on toes, Injun style,+ 
 +Weight on toes, Injun style,\\
 Eight minutes flat for every mile. Eight minutes flat for every mile.
-Jarring? Toes absorb it!+ 
 +Jarring? Toes absorb it!\\
 Take care you don't go into orbit. Take care you don't go into orbit.
-(But if you really want to shift, + 
-Stand quite still, and thumb a liftEd.) +(But if you really want to shift,\\ 
-   I  is    ​ +Stand quite still, and thumb a lift. - Ed.) 
-DAY WALKS + 
-JUNE 17 Glenbrook Glenbrook Gorge - Nepean Lookout - Euroka Clearing - Glenbrook. 12 miles, +---- 
-Check your Walks Programme and note that this walk is the first of four to explore the Glenbrook - Blue Labyrinth area,which is full of opportunity for map reading, either to + 
-learn about it or to practice it. A rock hop down the Gorge  with a sharp climb up to Nepean Lookout. +===== Day Walks. =====   
-8.20 am. Lithgow train from Central Steam Station to Glenbrool ​Tickets : Glenbrook @ 13/9 return. ​Mbp : Liverpool Military; Leader.: Ern French. + 
-JUNE 24 Grose Wold - The Vale Lookout - Woods Creek.- North:Richmond6 miles. ​' ​Interesting country. The Vale Lookout is spectacularly situated above the junction of Burralow Creek and the Grose River. See leader regarding transport arrangements and costs. Map Windsor Military. Leader : Ron Knightley. +=== June 17 === 
-June 1962 The Sydney Bushwalker 13. + 
-JULY 1 Waterfall - Uloola Falls - Audley - Launch to Cronulla. 8 miles. +Glenbrook ​Glenbrook Gorge - Nepean Lookout - Euroka Clearing - Glenbrook. 12 miles
-Pleasant walking mainly through the uplands of the National Park. As the launch leaves ​Audiey ​at 3,45 pm, a reasonable pace will have to be maintaine d to reach Audley ​ih time. The launch trip on Port Hacking is particularly good. 8.50 am Cronulla train from Central Electric Station, + 
-, CHANGE AT SUTHERLAND ​for rail motor to Waterfall. +Check your Walks Programme and note that this walk is the first of four to explore the Glenbrook - Blue Labyrinth area, which is full of opportunity for map reading, either to learn about it or to practice it. A rock hop down the Gorge with a sharp climb up to Nepean Lookout. 
-Tickets : Waterfall return @ 5/9 plus about 3/- launch fare. Map Port Hacking Tourist or Military. + 
-Leader Dick Child, +8.20 am. Lithgow train from Central Steam Station to Glenbrook. ​Tickets: Glenbrook @ 13/9 return. 
-JULY 8 Engadine - voronora ​River - Scouters7 ​Mountain - Woronora + 
-Trig - Waterfall. 13 miles.+Map: Liverpool Military. 
 + 
 +Leader: Ern French. 
 + 
 +=== June 24 === 
 + 
 +Grose Wold - The Vale Lookout - Woods Creek - North Richmond6 miles. 
 + 
 +Interesting country. The Vale Lookout is spectacularly situated above the junction of Burralow Creek and the Grose River. See leader regarding transport arrangements and costs. 
 + 
 +MapWindsor Military. 
 + 
 +Leader : Ron Knightley. 
 + 
 +=== July === 
 + 
 +Waterfall - Uloola Falls - Audley - Launch to Cronulla. 8 miles. 
 + 
 +Pleasant walking mainly through the uplands of the National Park. As the launch leaves ​Audley ​at 3.45 pm, a reasonable pace will have to be maintained ​to reach Audley ​in time. The launch trip on Port Hacking is particularly good. 
 + 
 +8.50 am Cronulla train from Central Electric Station, ​change at Sutherland ​for rail motor to Waterfall. Tickets: Waterfall return @ 5/9 plus about 3/- launch fare. 
 + 
 +MapPort Hacking Tourist or Military. 
 + 
 +LeaderDick Child. 
 + 
 +=== July === 
 + 
 +Engadine - Woronora ​River - Scouters' ​Mountain - Woronora Trig - Waterfall. 13 miles. 
 The construction of an access road onto Scouters Mountain has eased the difficulty of approach. However, there is still some thick growth on parts of this trip, which has not been lessened by the wet summer. Gaiters recommended. If the party is interested - tea in the bush. The construction of an access road onto Scouters Mountain has eased the difficulty of approach. However, there is still some thick growth on parts of this trip, which has not been lessened by the wet summer. Gaiters recommended. If the party is interested - tea in the bush.
-8.20 a m. Cronulla train from Central Electric Station. ​CHANGE AT SUTHERLAND ​for rail motor to Engadine. + 
-Tickets : Waterfall return @ 5/90 MapPort Hacking Tourist or Camden Military, +8.20 a.m. Cronulla train from Central Electric Station. ​Change at Sutherland ​for rail motor to Engadine. Tickets: Waterfall return @ 5/9. 
-Leader : David Ingram. + 
-JULY 15 Glenbrook The Oaks - Erskine Creek Lookout - Breakfast Creek - Euroka Glenbrook. 13 miles.+MapPort Hacking Tourist or Camden Military
 + 
 +Leader: David Ingram. 
 + 
 +=== July 15 === 
 + 
 +Glenbrook ​The Oaks - Erskine Creek Lookout - Breakfast Creek - Euroka ​Glenbrook. 13 miles. 
 Not much time for sitting around on this trip. Traverses an interesting part of the Blue Labyrinth. Could be scratchy in parts. Not much time for sitting around on this trip. Traverses an interesting part of the Blue Labyrinth. Could be scratchy in parts.
-8.54 am. Mt. Victoria train from Central Steam Station to Glenbrook. ​NOTE SPECIALLY ​altered departure time of train. Tickets ​Glonbrook return @ 13/9. Map : Liverpool MilitaryLeader : Jim Brown, + 
-FEDERATION REPORT ​- April 1962 Meeting. +8.54 am. Mt. Victoria train from Central Steam Station to Glenbrook. ​Note specially ​altered departure time of train. TicketsGlonbrook return @ 13/9. 
-  + 
-ITEMS FOR ATTENTION. '​Vhe.Bucihw4ker Annual. A committee comprising Messrs. Wagg Watson-, Parris and 141tche1l9 ​with power to co-opt further members as considered necessary has been formed to produce the next issue of "The Bushwalker Annual"​. The President and Secretary are ex-officio members. +Map: Liverpool Military
-The  ​Bushwalkers ​Bail 19620 Paddington Town Hall, Friday 14th September. + 
-Re-enactment of the Crossing of the Blue MountaipsTehtative ​dates are-Ta-down at 11th May i5g-3 to 28th May0-6-3. Volunteers are required to enact the roles of B1-1xland, Wentworth and Lawson, and +Leader: Jim Brown
-4 servants who accompanied them. Federation will co-operate with the Blue Mountains City Counr:ii+ 
-The Sydney Bushwalker ' June 1962. +---- 
-+ 
-New Notice Board at Pad'dy2s, will be situated in the vestibule outside the-TOT-7nd ​will provide a space of 17i inches square for the display of each Clubis ​notices. In this position, the notice board will be ,-available at all times. Advise Paddy by May 15, 1962 if any special design is required for the strips containing the Club names. +===== Federation Report ​- April 1962 Meeting. ​===== 
-Search ​and Rescue Practice Week-end. July 21 22, 1962. Nin. Melville says that the outing will not be designed as a picnic. See the -Club's Walks Programme. + 
--ITEMSFOR INFORMATIONBlocks ​8-9 Parish of Bulgo. It is anticipated ​TEET-MITT777EIT-Ee ​resumed, but it is not clear whether it will be 'added to Garrawarra or :National Park. +=== Items for attention=== 
-EL294...cti.I:​a ​in Blue Gum Forest.The Minds Dept. has not reached any decision ​-regarding the prospecting for coal in Blue Gum Forest area. BOUDDI NATURAL PARK. Advice is to be sought from the Maritime Services + 
-na17-177777e-nii-Conservation Service about the proposed work to be done at Bouddi. A date for a working bee is yet to be fixed. ​Search ​and Rescue. A party from Newcastle Y.M.C.A., decided to come +__The Bushwalker Annual__. A committee comprising Messrs. WaggWatson, Parris and Mitche1l, ​with power to co-opt further members as considered necessaryhas been formed to produce the next issue of "The Bushwalker Annual"​. The President and Secretary are ex-officio members. 
-UTIT7TTETRe-linion ​at Blue Gum via Victoria Falls. Owing to a sprained ankle and illness the party did not reach their cars at Govett'​s Leap until 12.55 pm on Monday afternoon. In the meantime + 
-S R had been alerted. Some recognition by the Royal Humane Society of the parts played by Russell Kippax and Graham Nelson in the rescue +__The  ​Bushwalkers ​Ball 1962__. ​Paddington Town Hall, Friday 14th September. 
- at Kanangra Rivulet in March is likely. + 
- Re-Union ​Report. 195 attended in spite of poor weather conditions. The camp fire was voted excellent. +__Re-enactment of the Crossing of the Blue Mountains__Tentative ​dates are set down at 11th May 1963 to 28th May 1963. Volunteers are required to enact the roles of Blaxland, Wentworth and Lawson, and 4 servants who accompanied them. Federation will co-operate with the Blue Mountains City Council
-Heathcote ​Primitive ​Area. Application has been made by the Boy Scouts'​ Aisociation for a lease of portion of the area. A move will be made to protest to the lands Department against the proposal. A fresh set of aerial photos of the area is now available. The Electricity Commission has agreed to discontinue using poison on plants growing under the transmission lines crossing the Reserve. Access to tbe + 
- ​arata ​by motor vehicles via the Water Board road is causing the Trustees concern. +__New Notice Board at Paddy's__, will be situated in the vestibule outside the shop and will provide a space of 17½ inches square for the display of each Club'​s ​notices. In this position, the notice board will be available at all times. Advise Paddy by May 15, 1962 if any special design is required for the strips containing the Club names. 
-Tracks ​and Access. A large cairn has been erected and some warnirig + 
-signs painted near the Hornsby Rifle Range in an effort to prevent +__Search ​and Rescue Practice Week-end__. July 21 22, 1962. Nin. Melville says that the outing will not be designed as a picnic. See the Club's Walks Programme. 
-+ 
- L,​_Allamla_n_11Ia12:​122., is out of print and Arrny Authorities state that a reprint is not intended. The Army Mapping Section in Melbourne will be asked to re-consider the matter, as this sheet is of considerable use to walkers. +=== Items for information=== 
-walkers from wandering onto the Range+ 
-THE NEW LOOK AT PADDY S.+__Blocks ​8-9 Parish of Bulgo__. It is anticipated ​that this land will be resumed, but it is not clear whether it will be added to Garrawarra or National Park. 
 + 
 +__Prospecting ​in Blue Gum Forest__. The Minds Dept. has not reached any decision regarding the prospecting for coal in Blue Gum Forest area. 
 + 
 +__Bouddi Natural Park __. Advice is to be sought from the Maritime Services ​Board and the Soil Conservation Service about the proposed work to be done at Bouddi. A date for a working bee is yet to be fixed. 
 + 
 +__Search ​and Rescue__. A party from Newcastle Y.M.C.A., decided to come up from the Re-union at Blue Gum via Victoria Falls. Owing to a sprained ankle and illness the party did not reach their cars at Govett'​s Leap until 12.55 pm on Monday afternoon. In the meantime S R had been alerted. Some recognition by the Royal Humane Society of the parts played by Russell Kippax and Graham Nelson in the rescue at Kanangra Rivulet in March is likely. 
 + 
 +__Re-Union ​Report__. 195 attended in spite of poor weather conditions. The camp fire was voted excellent. 
 + 
 +__Heathcote ​Primitive ​Area__. Application has been made by the Boy Scouts'​ Aisociation for a lease of portion of the area. A move will be made to protest to the Lands Department against the proposal. A fresh set of aerial photos of the area is now available. The Electricity Commission has agreed to discontinue using poison on plants growing under the transmission lines crossing the Reserve. Access to the area by motor vehicles via the Water Board road is causing the Trustees concern. 
 + 
 +__Tracks ​and Access__. A large cairn has been erected and some warning ​signs painted near the Hornsby Rifle Range in an effort to prevent ​walkers from wandering onto the Range
 + 
 +__StAlban'​s Military Map__, is out of print and Army Authorities state that a reprint is not intended. The Army Mapping Section in Melbourne will be asked to re-consider the matter, as this sheet is of considerable use to walkers. 
 + 
 +---- 
 + 
 +=== Paddy Made=== 
 + 
 +__The new look at Paddy'​s__. 
 Ski-ing Bushwalkers will be delighted with the "new look" at Paddy'​s. Ski equipment is displayed to advantage for all to see and handle. Come in and drool sometime over the gorgeous jackets, husky boots, smart skis and a wealth of minor items. Ski-ing Bushwalkers will be delighted with the "new look" at Paddy'​s. Ski equipment is displayed to advantage for all to see and handle. Come in and drool sometime over the gorgeous jackets, husky boots, smart skis and a wealth of minor items.
-Double boots come as low as 91101-. Kofix. soled skis at 911916+ 
-But Paddy hasn't forgotten the walker and he still has plenty of camping ​gar for his walking friends. +Double boots come as low as £9/10/-. Kofix. soled skis at £9/19/6. 
-EQUIPNENT FOR SKIERS AND WALKERS FROM + 
-PADDY'S+But Paddy hasn't forgotten the walker and he still has plenty of camping ​gear for his walking friends. 
-ADDY PALL + 
-Lightweight ​amp Gear +Equipment for skiers and walkers from Paddy's
-201 CASTLEREAGH ​St SYDNEY + 
-BM2685 ​NI I) +Paddy Pallin Pty. Ltd. Lightweight ​Camp Gear
-4ei + 
-16 The Sydney Bushwalker. June 1962+201 Castlereagh ​St., Sydney. ​BM2685. 
 + 
 +---- 
 REPORT OF THE 1961 EXPEDITION TO THE CARSTENSZ MOUNTAINS OF NETHERLNDS NEW GUINEA - Part II. Leader Colin Putt. REPORT OF THE 1961 EXPEDITION TO THE CARSTENSZ MOUNTAINS OF NETHERLNDS NEW GUINEA - Part II. Leader Colin Putt.
 Initial difficulties with the plans. Initial difficulties with the plans.
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