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kennettj [Federation Report March 1965]
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kennettj [A Mighty Trip That Was Not What It Was To Be]
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 Fitzganderpipe. Fitzganderpipe.
-I arrived at Strathfield on Sunday 21st March at a quarter to five and began waiting for Ross Wyborn. ​Threequarters ​of an hour later he arrived explaining that his alarm clock had decided tosleep in and, but for the rain he would have too. + 
-Our destination was a Lookalt ​off the Mt. Wilson road, +I arrived at Strathfield on Sunday 21st March at a quarter to five and began waiting for Ross Wyborn. ​Three quarters ​of an hour later he arrived explaining that his alarm clock had decided to sleep in and, but for the rainhe would have too. 
-where we planned to meet Jerry Sinzig and John Worrell, who had been + 
-climbing with the S.R.C. and Peter Cameron and Duncan, We wire going to investigate what we hoped would be a canyon that would eclipse Claustral, Thunder and Clatter-teeth all rolled into one! We duly arrived after a tense trip during which our senses were kept alert listening for "​pings"​ etc. in Rosso'​s new baby. +Our destination was a Lookout ​off the Mt. Wilson road, where we planned to meet Jerry Sinzig and John Worrell, who had been climbing with the S.R.C. and Peter Cameron and Duncan, We were going to investigate what we hoped would be a canyon that would eclipse Claustral, Thunder and Clatter-teeth all rolled into one! We duly arrived after a tense trip during which our senses were kept alert listening for "​pings"​ etc. in Rosso'​s new baby. 
-When we arrived, Jerry Was breakfasting and John ddbating ​whether to leave his fleabag or not. Pot on our tail was Duncan, + 
-(this time minus two left sand shoes) who on arrival, supported by Peter Cameron, announced that  +When we arrived, Jerry was breakfasting and John debating ​whether to leave his fleabag or not. Hot on our tail was Duncan, (this time minus two left sand shoes) who on arrival, supported by Peter Cameron, announced that:\\ 
-1. The water wruld be too cold to swim in mad+1. The water would be too cold to swim in,\\ 
-2. His bees needed moving. (Could this be a sign +2. His bees needed moving. (Could this be a sign of that dreaded disease ​White Antocity?)\\ 
-of that dreaded disease ​WhiteAntocity?) + 
-That shocked me even more was that Jerry and our valiant vanguard driving leader supported him. To my cries of "​Shame! Shame!"​ +That shocked me even more was that Jerry and our valiant vanguard driving leader supported him. To my cries of "​Shame! Shame!"​ John Worrel said that I had better wait 1.3.;​]'"​ I'd done Et. Hay Creek Canyon before I aggitated for a canyon trip in weather that he described as "​midwin erish."​
-John Worrel said that I had better wait 1.3.;​]'"​ I'd done Et. Hay Creek Canyon before I aggitated for a canyon trip in weather that he described as "​midwin erish."​+
 Well, the trip WAS to have gone down in Dushwalkirag history as an epic in Canyon discovery now appeared to be little more than a girlguides picnic party, and to retrieve selfrespect our once hardy canyoneers began fossocking about for an alternative trip, which of course had to be DRY. Well, the trip WAS to have gone down in Dushwalkirag history as an epic in Canyon discovery now appeared to be little more than a girlguides picnic party, and to retrieve selfrespect our once hardy canyoneers began fossocking about for an alternative trip, which of course had to be DRY.
 Before long unanimous approval waS given to Mt. Banks, Before long unanimous approval waS given to Mt. Banks,
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