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 something like this. Ray Turton'​s Newnes base camp on 10/11/12th August attracted 12 people, Jim Brown reported 38 starters on his fine but rather windy Sunday trip on the same weekend. The following weekend saw Ian Debert leading 14 people through a rainy Saturday on the Murruin Creek - Tomat Oreek loop. Their Saturday discomfort, however, was somewhat overshadowed by lunching at 4:30pm on the Sunday, and then arriving back at the cars in the dark. Len Newland'​s Sunday trip attracted 20 people and there was no report whether Peter Christian'​s Waterfall trip went or not. something like this. Ray Turton'​s Newnes base camp on 10/11/12th August attracted 12 people, Jim Brown reported 38 starters on his fine but rather windy Sunday trip on the same weekend. The following weekend saw Ian Debert leading 14 people through a rainy Saturday on the Murruin Creek - Tomat Oreek loop. Their Saturday discomfort, however, was somewhat overshadowed by lunching at 4:30pm on the Sunday, and then arriving back at the cars in the dark. Len Newland'​s Sunday trip attracted 20 people and there was no report whether Peter Christian'​s Waterfall trip went or not.
  
-Peter Harris had managed to schedule walks on two different programmes for the 24/25/26th August. He combined the two but chose the easier of the two routes. The S.B.W. starters lapped it up and the weather was perfect. The Sunday walks saw 31 people enjoying the wildflowers around Kangaroo Creek with Sheila Binns and 28 people blurring along the Upper Grose with Joe Marton ​(Ed:​Morton?​).+Peter Harris had managed to schedule walks on two different programmes for the 24/25/26th August. He combined the two but chose the easier of the two routes. The S.B.W. starters lapped it up and the weather was perfect. The Sunday walks saw 31 people enjoying the wildflowers around Kangaroo Creek with Sheila Binns and 28 people blurring along the Upper Grose with Joe Marton.
  
 The weekend of 31st August and 1/2nd September saw Gordon Lee leading 9 people through perfect weather on a very scenic although rather strenuous trip in the Castle area. Steve and Wendy Hodgman'​s Dharug area pushbike The weekend of 31st August and 1/2nd September saw Gordon Lee leading 9 people through perfect weather on a very scenic although rather strenuous trip in the Castle area. Steve and Wendy Hodgman'​s Dharug area pushbike
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