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 Llantilio Crossenny was far enough, we decided, when we saw a scrawled sign "​Camping"​ on a fence post. We had the only tent in a field shared with sheep and their droppings, with a view of a large pond, the home of swans and their cygnets. Llantilio Crossenny was far enough, we decided, when we saw a scrawled sign "​Camping"​ on a fence post. We had the only tent in a field shared with sheep and their droppings, with a view of a large pond, the home of swans and their cygnets.
  
-The next morning we explored the village; the decrepit manor house of our farm, the pub, the tiny shop/​garage,​ and the interesting ancient church (Llan = church, the reason that hudnreds ​of Welsh place names start with Llan). The Church of St. Teilo at Iddon'​s Cross was founded in the 6th century when Offers English ancestors were still heathens. So it is pre-Norman but not Saxon, because it was built to celebrate the defeat of the invading Saxons - that is, the English with their "​Saxes"​ or long knives.+The next morning we explored the village; the decrepit manor house of our farm, the pub, the tiny shop/​garage,​ and the interesting ancient church (Llan = church, the reason that hundreds ​of Welsh place names start with Llan). The Church of St. Teilo at Iddon'​s Cross was founded in the 6th century when Offers English ancestors were still heathens. So it is pre-Norman but not Saxon, because it was built to celebrate the defeat of the invading Saxons - that is, the English with their "​Saxes"​ or long knives.
  
 This was to be a hazy warm day; the haze could be seen even across a field, and the near and distant hills had disappeared from view. We paid a visit to White Castle, one of the "Three Castles"​ built as a border stronghold. This was to be a hazy warm day; the haze could be seen even across a field, and the near and distant hills had disappeared from view. We paid a visit to White Castle, one of the "Three Castles"​ built as a border stronghold.
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 After conSulting our accommodation guide, we found ourselves for the third time this trip camping in somebody'​s back garden! Real camping areas are not readily available everywhere, and it seems that the Offa's Dyke Association have persuaded people who run "Bed and Breakfast"​ establishments to be listed in the O.D.A. accommodation list as taking campers if they have room. After conSulting our accommodation guide, we found ourselves for the third time this trip camping in somebody'​s back garden! Real camping areas are not readily available everywhere, and it seems that the Offa's Dyke Association have persuaded people who run "Bed and Breakfast"​ establishments to be listed in the O.D.A. accommodation list as taking campers if they have room.
  
-Anyway, we had rung the bell by the front door of a terrace house in the main street, and had been shown through to the back lawn where we pitched our tent. With no sign of a let-up in the rain, we were glad to have the use of the lean-to ​consevatory ​(complete with table and chairs) to cook our dinner in, and later to relax in with a game of Scrabble.+Anyway, we had rung the bell by the front door of a terrace house in the main street, and had been shown through to the back lawn where we pitched our tent. With no sign of a let-up in the rain, we were glad to have the use of the lean-to ​conservatory ​(complete with table and chairs) to cook our dinner in, and later to relax in with a game of Scrabble.
  
 Next day, with the weather cool and windy, but with the overnight rain cleared away, we had a quick look at the quaint (and traffic clogged) streets of Kington, and then headed for the hills again. And the hills were getting bigger! This next stretch of the path took us through typical Welsh border country - big rounded hills with deep wooded valleys between. Sheep country mainly, but some of the steeper hillsides cloaked with dark blankets of conifer plantations. Next day, with the weather cool and windy, but with the overnight rain cleared away, we had a quick look at the quaint (and traffic clogged) streets of Kington, and then headed for the hills again. And the hills were getting bigger! This next stretch of the path took us through typical Welsh border country - big rounded hills with deep wooded valleys between. Sheep country mainly, but some of the steeper hillsides cloaked with dark blankets of conifer plantations.
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 by Ian Debert by Ian Debert
  
-__Wednesday 22nd February__ - __"​Maps and How They ae Made"​__.+__Wednesday 22nd February__ - __"​Maps and How They are Made"​__.
  
 We all use maps in our bushwalking but give little thought to how they are made. We all use maps in our bushwalking but give little thought to how they are made.
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-===== Federation Of Bushwalking Clubs NSW - Report ​of January Meeting. =====+===== Federation Of Bushwalking Clubs NSW - Report ​Of January Meeting. =====
  
 by Spiro Hajinakitas by Spiro Hajinakitas
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 === General: === === General: ===
  
-1989 National Sports Exhibition to be held on 4/10 September at Homebush Sports Centre. N.P.W.S. South-East Region will hold meeting on 11/2/89 in Queanbeyan and on 19/8/89 at Hurstville for liason ​with FBW and Canberra Bushwalkers.+1989 National Sports Exhibition to be held on 4/10 September at Homebush Sports Centre. N.P.W.S. South-East Region will hold meeting on 11/2/89 in Queanbeyan and on 19/8/89 at Hurstville for liaison ​with FBW and Canberra Bushwalkers.
  
 === New Premises: === === New Premises: ===
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 +===== Coolana. =====
 +
 +by Patrick James
  
-COOL ANA  by Patrick James 
 Coolana is the Club's own property on the left bank of the Kangaroo River in Kangaroo Valley. The entrance to the property is located at grid reference 692 513 on CMA map Burner 8928-2-N. Coolana is actually located close to the junction of three maps; Bundanoon 8928-1-5, Burner 8928-2-N and Kangaroo Valley 9028-4-S. The main part of Coolana is centred around grid reference 675 517 on the Bundanoon map. The map below should be more than sufficient to find the property. Coolana is the Club's own property on the left bank of the Kangaroo River in Kangaroo Valley. The entrance to the property is located at grid reference 692 513 on CMA map Burner 8928-2-N. Coolana is actually located close to the junction of three maps; Bundanoon 8928-1-5, Burner 8928-2-N and Kangaroo Valley 9028-4-S. The main part of Coolana is centred around grid reference 675 517 on the Bundanoon map. The map below should be more than sufficient to find the property.
 +
 Coolana is about two hours drive south of Sydney via either the Hume Highway or the Princes Highway. The distance by either highway is almost the same. Take the Hume Highway to Mittagong, then via Bowral, Moss Vale and State Route 79 (Moss Vale Road) to Kangaroo Valley. Pass over Hampden Bridge and then take the second road to the right, see the map below. For travel via the Princes Highway turn off at Berry onto the Kangaroo Valley Road and then take the second road to the left before the Hampden Bridge. Coolana is about two hours drive south of Sydney via either the Hume Highway or the Princes Highway. The distance by either highway is almost the same. Take the Hume Highway to Mittagong, then via Bowral, Moss Vale and State Route 79 (Moss Vale Road) to Kangaroo Valley. Pass over Hampden Bridge and then take the second road to the right, see the map below. For travel via the Princes Highway turn off at Berry onto the Kangaroo Valley Road and then take the second road to the left before the Hampden Bridge.
 +
 Hampden Bridge over the Kangaroo River is an impressive steel suspension structure with sandstone pylons. The turn-off is Mount Scanzi Road which becomes Tallowa Dam Road. Our land is on the northern side of the road. The access track leads from the road to parking area. From there it is downhill on foot to the land. Hampden Bridge over the Kangaroo River is an impressive steel suspension structure with sandstone pylons. The turn-off is Mount Scanzi Road which becomes Tallowa Dam Road. Our land is on the northern side of the road. The access track leads from the road to parking area. From there it is downhill on foot to the land.
 +
 Coolana is about 32 ha in area and boasts as improvements one corrugated iron shed and a water supply. Coolana belongs to the Club and is open to all members to enjoy. Each year two or three Club functions including the Reunion and a bush dance are held at Coolana. The 1989 Reunion will be at Coolana. Coolana is about 32 ha in area and boasts as improvements one corrugated iron shed and a water supply. Coolana belongs to the Club and is open to all members to enjoy. Each year two or three Club functions including the Reunion and a bush dance are held at Coolana. The 1989 Reunion will be at Coolana.
-There are plenty of good camping spots under shady trees and good swimming in the river.Plenty of wood for camp fires. + 
-TO BOWRAL +There are plenty of good camping spots under shady trees and good swimming in the river. Plenty of wood for camp fires. 
-NOT TO SCALE + 
-HAMPTON BRIDGE +[ Map of access to Coolana. ] 
-KANGARM RTUFR + 
-/ TALLOWA ROAD +---- 
-SIGN COOLANA S.B.WALKE + 
-TO NOWRA +=== Canoe & Camping=== 
-COOLANA + 
-THE SYDNEY BUSHW 4E +265 Victoria Road, Gladesville,​ 2111. Phone (02) 817 5590. Hours: Mon-Fri 9-6, Thurs 9-7, Sat 9-4(Parking at rear off Pittwater Road)
-265 VICTORIA ROAD GLADESVILLE 211 + 
-PHONE (02) 817 5590 HOURS - HON-FRI 9-5.30 +226 Princes Highway, Kogarah Bay, 2217. Phone (02) 546 5455. Hours: Mon-Fri 9-5.30, Thurs 9-7, Sat - 9-4
-THURS - 9-7 + 
-SAT - 9-4 (PARKING AT REAR, OFF PITTWATER ROAD+large range of lightweightqualitybushwalking & camping gear: 
-226 PRINCES HIGHWAY KOGARAH BAY 2217 PHONE (02) 546 5455 HOURS4--MON-FRI ​9-5.30 + 
-THDRS - 9-7 +  * Lightweight food for backpackers and canoeists 
-SAT - 9-4 +  * Cold weather protection clothing and raingear 
-LARGE RANGE OF LIGHTWEIGHIQUALITYBUSHWALKING Et CAMPING GEAR +  * Mapsbooks and leaflets 
- LIGHTWEIGHT FOOD FOR BACKPACKERS AND CANOEISTS ​ +  * Information service for canoeists and walkers 
- COLD WEATHER PROTECTION CLOTHING AND RAINGEAR +  ​* Knives 
- MAPSBOOKS AND LEAFLETS +  * Compasses 
- INFORMATION SERVICE FOR CANOEISTS AND WALKERS +  * Survival gear 
- KNIVES ​ COMPASSES ​ SURVIVAL GEAR + 
-WE STOCK THE LARGEST RANGE OF CANOEING GEAR IN N.S.W. +We stock the largest range of canoeing gear in N.S.W. 
-QUALM( TOURING CRAFT OF Alt TYPES HIGH QUALITYPERFORMANCE COMPETITION CRAFT + 
- ​A ​HUGE RANGE OF PADDLES FOR ALL TYPES OF CANOEING ​ WETSUITS ​ SURF SKIS +Quality touring craft of all types. High qualityperformance competition craft. 
- ALL TYPES OF SPRAY COVERS ​ WIDE RANGE OF JACKETS ​CAGS  FACE MASKS + 
- FOOTWEAR ​ MANY TYPES OF BUOYANCY ​LIFE VESTS  HELMETS +  * huge range of paddles for all types of canoeing 
-February 1989. The Sydney Bushwalker Page 13 +  * Wetsuits 
-THE BUNDEENA TO  LITTLE MARLEY EASY WALK+  * Surf skis 
 +  ​* All types of spray covers 
 +  * Wide range of jackets ​cags 
 +  * Face masks 
 +  ​* Footwear 
 +  * Many types of buoyancy ​life vests 
 +  * Helmets 
 + 
 +---- 
 + 
 +===== The Bundeena To Little Marley Easy Walk. ===== 
 by Errol Sheedy by Errol Sheedy
 +
 Twelve walkers assembled at Cronulla for my annual easy stroll from Bundeena to Little Marley on Sunday 4th December. Twelve walkers assembled at Cronulla for my annual easy stroll from Bundeena to Little Marley on Sunday 4th December.
-Some of us had been curious as to the extent of the recent bushfires in the Royal National Park (and indeed, some members who phoned me prior to the walk had asked questions as to whether the burnt areas might prevent the trip going), but Keith, ever a fund of necessary knowledge appertaining to matters outdoors, told us that whenhe ​had walked from Otford to Bundeena, the previous week, he had not seen many burnt areas south of Wattamolla, but that the areas north of there were mainly burnt out. So it proved to be, for most of the inland track region from Bundeena to Marley Beach had been burnt, providing a different kind of view of the bush. + 
-Now would be a good time to collect litter in the burnt areas. The number of bottles, +Some of us had been curious as to the extent of the recent bushfires in the Royal National Park (and indeed, some members who phoned me prior to the walk had asked questions as to whether the burnt areas might prevent the trip going), but Keith, ever a fund of necessary knowledge appertaining to matters outdoors, told us that when he had walked from Otford to Bundeena, the previous week, he had not seen many burnt areas south of Wattamolla, but that the areas north of there were mainly burnt out. So it proved to be, for most of the inland track region from Bundeena to Marley Beach had been burnt, providing a different kind of view of the bush. 
-cans and, in the immediate vicinity of camping areas, old billys and other camping equipment tossed into the scrub along the tracks is quite considerable. Rubbish that was previously cloaked by foliage is now exposed for all to see. At one place a discarded aluminium can had landed in a banksia bush and the heat of the bushfire had melted and partially oxidised the can so that it hung there, draped in the blackened fork of the branch, looking for all the + 
-world like a surrealistically deceased objet d'art. I felt sure that Dali would have deigned +Now would be a good time to collect litter in the burnt areas. The number of bottles, cans and, in the immediate vicinity of camping areas, old billys and other camping equipment tossed into the scrub along the tracks is quite considerable. Rubbish that was previously cloaked by foliage is now exposed for all to see. At one place a discarded aluminium can had landed in a banksia bush and the heat of the bushfire had melted and partially oxidised the can so that it hung there, draped in the blackened fork of the branch, looking for all the world like a surrealistically deceased objet d'art. I felt sure that Dali would have deigned to receive the commission to paint it in situ. 
-to receive the commission to paint it in situ. + 
-The view as we approached Marley Beach showed that, while the fires had been extensively through this area, there were pockets of unburnt bush here and there, such as the north end' ​of Marley Beach and the stretch between Little Marley Beach and the creek. It seemed that +The view as we approached Marley Beach showed that, while the fires had been extensively through this area, there were pockets of unburnt bush here and there, such as the north end of Marley Beach and the stretch between Little Marley Beach and the creek. It seemed that the high ground above the track between these two beaches is actually just a southern extension of the Marley sand dune. The flat ridge heads off south at such a slight slope that the conclusion is difficult to avoid. 
-the high ground above the track between these two beaches is actually just a southern extension of the Marley sand dune. The flat ridge heads off south at such a slight slope that the + 
-conclusion is difficult to avoid. +We had a leisurely morning tea at Little Marley before setting off inland to Deer Pool for lunch, and where numerous swims were enjoyed. Several types of stoves were employed to boil the billy. George had a hexa-something-tablet stove which opened up with serrated jaws upon which the billy sat, and Les had a lot of fun with his new pump-up stove which he was trying to master prior to a N.Z. trip. There seemed to be some problem with the jets or whatever, and while aficionados of the stove looked on, making helpful suggestions,​ George opined that such stoves were best not dismantled, but should be left in one piece to avoid the entry of dust, dirt, etc into those tricky interstices that give trouble. It was all too much for me so I had another swim. 
-We had a leisurely morning tea at Little Marley before setting off inland to Deer Pool for lunch, and where numerous swims were enjoyed. Several types of stoves were employed to boil the billy. George had a hexa-something-tablet stove which opened up with serrated jaws upon which the billy sat, and Les had a lot of fun with his new pump-up stove which he was trying to master prior to a N.Z. trip. There seemed to be some problem with the jets or whatever, and while aficionados of the stove looked on, making helpful suggestions,​ George opined that such stoves were best not dismatled, but should be left in one piece to avoid the entry of dust, dirt, etc into those tricky interstices that give trouble. It was all too + 
-much for me so I had another swim. +The return track from Deer Pool along Marley Creek to Marley Beach was interesting because we found a repetition of the same minor difficulties we had earlier encountered while following the inland track from Bundeena. After the fires had burnt all the ground-level foliage, and the leaves fell from the singed gums, covering the bare track, it was no longer a matter of just following the tunnel of the track through a wall of bushes on either side. It wasn't a great problem but the track no longer looked familiar and it was a lot easier to walk off the track without realizing it. It just took a bit more care. Actually, at this point, it would not, after the fires, have been all that much more difficult to walk over the hill to the coast track. However if we had done so we would have been able to go straight into a performance of our own version of the Black and White Minstrel Show - without any whites in sight! 
-The return track from Deer Pool along Marley Creek to Marley Beach was interesting because we found a repetition of the same minor difficulties we had earlier encountered while following the inland track from Bundeena. After the fires had burnt all the ground-level foliage, and the leaves fell from the singed gums, covering the bare track, it was no longer a matter of just following the tunnel of the track through a wall of bushes on either side. It wasn't a great problem but the track no longer looked familiar and it was a lot easier to walk off the track without realizing it. It just took a bit more care. Actually, at this + 
-point, it would not, after the fires, have been all that much more difficult to walk over the hill to the coast track. However if we had done so we would have been able to go straight into a performance of our own version of the Black and White Minstrel Show - without any whites in sight! +We followed the Coast Track back to Bundeena enjoying a good N.E. breeze which made walking very pleasant, although we did miss the display of wild flowers which normally adorn the edges of the track. The process of regeneration is in full swing after the fires. Most of the casuarinas we saw were dead but the seed cones on the burnt branches have opened up, discharging the seeds, and there are myriad seedlings already growing. The most obvious new growth is on the grass trees (Xanthorrea). The new leaves, growing out of the top of the blackened stumps, were about 40 cm long with the tips browned from the fire which doesn'​t seem to have bothered the plants much. Tea-trees (Leptospermum) are sending out new shoots from the lower limbs and trunks. Banksias may be slower to renew (ericifolia is killed by fire and regenerates from seed; other banksias put out shoots from lignotubers). The next few months should be very interesting. 
-We followed the Coast Track back to Bundeena enjoying a good N.E. breeze which made walking very pelasant, although we did miss the display of wild flowers which normally adorn the edges of the track. The process of regeneration is in full swing after the fires. Most of the casuarinas we saw were dead but the seed cones on the burnt branches have opened up, discharging the seeds, and there are myriad seedlings already growing. The most obvious new +
-growth is on the grass trees (Xanthorrea). The new leaves, growing out of the top of the +
-blackened stumps, were about 40 cm long with the tips browned from the fire which doesn'​t seem to have bothered the plants much. Tea-trees (Leptospermum) are sending out new shoots from the lower limbs and trunks. Banksias may be slower to renew (ericifolia is killed by +
-fire and regenerates from seed; other banksias put out shoots from lignotubers). The next +
-few months should be very interesting. +
-Page 14 The Sydney BushWalker February 19813.+
 The fires had made our usual walk much more memorable. The fires had made our usual walk much more memorable.
-Participants ​on the walk: Errol Sheedy (Leader), Keith Docherty, Margaret Waver; ​NIgel Waver (V), Geoff Macintosh, Les Powell, George Walton, Elaine Walton, Jutta Dubiel, Ray Franklin, Peter Dyce, David (prospective). Apologies for incorrect names. + 
-** * ** * ** ** * * +__Participants ​on the walk__: Errol Sheedy (Leader), Keith Docherty, Margaret Waver; ​Nigel Waver (V), Geoff Macintosh, Les Powell, George Walton, Elaine Walton, Jutta Dubiel, Ray Franklin, Peter Dyce, David (prospective). Apologies for incorrect names. 
-FOOTNOTES + 
-Last month we were well represented in the media, on radio (see below) with a report on Bushwalking in the Thirties, and in the press with one of our older members, Bert Whillier, expounding on the sport of SAND SKIING+---- 
- SBW members listening to National Radio at 1.30 pm on Saturday, 14th January, heard four + 
-familiar voices, as Dot Butler, Edna Garrad, Paddy Pallin and Alex Colley discussed early days in the walking game around Sydney. Dot explained how simple and cheap it could be if you used a pillow-slip for a pack, slept in an overhang or in a hollow log wrapped in a blanket, and walked barefoot. Paddy and Alex told how specialised gear for walkers ​begah-- - to be produced, and of the origins of the Conservation Movement amongst people who looked on the bush as a friend, not a hostile environment to be subdued. Edna added notes on the amicable but determined people who got bushwalking going in Sydney. It was almost like hearing Isaac Newton himself tell how an apple fell on him, and we all know what resulted from that. +===== Footnotes. ===== 
-Alex Colley has sold over 50 copies of the Wilderness Calendars to Club members which provides a welcome boost to conservation funds and helps to disprove the belief that bushwalkers cannot count. Copies of the calendar are still available and make a handsome gift. A few minutes with some liquid paper will convert Jan 89 to Jan 90. Alex also has plenty of Henry Gold photo postcards. + 
-Next month is the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. All positions are open to members subject to Clauses 23 and 40 of the Constitution. So if you have a burning desire to be the Committee here's your opportunity. Voting is of course democratic, ​PerhaPeceP401071 icallY ​democratic because Clause 40(4) says you cannot vote if yoU owe the Club morleyiik,f good ,example of putting your money where yourmouth is. +Last month we were well represented in the media, on radio (see below) with a report on Bushwalking in the Thirties, and in the press with one of our older members, Bert Whillier, expounding on the sport of __sand skiing__. 
- the weekend following the AGM, thue on Saturday ​llth and Sunday 12th,MarchOhe + 
-ANNUAL REUNION ​will be held at Coolana. The weekend revolves around the inauguratinn-of the Club president, plus associated campfire ​actiyities O. singing, sketches and supper. +SBW members listening to National Radio at 1.30 pm on Saturday, 14th January, heard four familiar voices, as Dot Butler, Edna Garrad, Paddy Pallin and Alex Colley discussed early days in the walking game around Sydney. Dot explained how simple and cheap it could be if you used a pillow-slip for a pack, slept in an overhang or in a hollow log wrapped in a blanket, and walked barefoot. Paddy and Alex told how specialised gear for walkers ​began to be produced, and of the origins of the Conservation Movement amongst people who looked on the bush as a friend, not a hostile environment to be subdued. Edna added notes on the amicable but determined people who got bushwalking going in Sydney. It was almost like hearing Isaac Newton himself tell how an apple fell on him, and we all know what resulted from that. 
-flIe lub supplie ​supper organised by that aldllf4 ​cake-mer., Spiro 11,​a)inakitaa ​(also coffee + 
-oriRpcoa). On Sunday morning a damper-making ​comPetitipn ​is held (only )5/R,flour,sa;t,and +Alex Colley has sold over 50 copies of the Wilderness Calendars to Club members which provides a welcome boost to conservation funds and helps to disprove the belief that bushwalkers cannot count. Copies of the calendar are still available and make a handsome gift. A few minutes with some liquid paper will convert Jan 89 to Jan 90. Alex also has plenty of Henry Gold photo postcards. 
-wet,​er ​to be used), followed by the Annual Swimming Carnival for serious ​000 non-serloys, + 
-swimmers. ​4  r +Next month is the __Annual General Meeting__. All positions are open to members subject to Clauses 23 and 40 of the Constitution. So if you have a burning desire to be the Committee here's your opportunity. Voting is of course democratic, ​perhaps capitalistically ​democratic because Clause 40(4) says you cannot vote if you owe the Club moneygood example of putting your money where your mouth is. 
-T :-help you find our own piece of bush this edition has a 'map. Coolahald atrthel jOhciion Wfour CMA'maps just to Make it difficult. Keep in mind that "a working bee,​C1dan-Orrwill."​ LAirobably ​be held prior to the Reunion and your labOur Will be most welcome. Keep in mihd"​dlso ​that:the newly cement rendered floor in the hut is ideal for the Palais Glide in VolleYs; '​8o ​here'your chance to imprdss ​that someone who needs impressing with inter alia your" dandihg ​skills. + 
-- +On the weekend following the AGM, thus on Saturday ​11th and Sunday 12th, March, the __Annual Reunion__ ​will be held at Coolana. The weekend revolves around the inauguration ​of the Club president, plus associated campfire ​activities of singing, sketches and supper. ​The Club supplies ​supper organised by that skilful ​cake-maker, Spiro Hajinakitas ​(also coffee ​or cocoa). On Sunday morning a damper-making ​competition ​is held (only S/R flour, ​salt, and water to be used), followed by the Annual Swimming Carnival for serious ​and non-serious ​swimmers. 
-HoWever if you require transport to Coolana for the ReUniOn Helen Gray is the ohe td-talk + 
--h.   , +To help you find our own piece of bush this edition has a map. Coolaha is at the junction of four CMA maps just to make it difficult. Keep in mind that a working bee will probably ​be held prior to the Reunion and your labour will be most welcome. Keep in mind also that the newly cement rendered floor in the hut is ideal for the Palais Glide in Volleys. So here'your chance to impress ​that someone who needs impressing with inter alia your dancing ​skills. 
-to on 86 6263 - also if you can give. anyone a lift in your Car.. + 
-!! +Ian Debert has agreed to be Transport ​Officer until the next AGM. This means that anyone requiring a lift home after a Meeting ​should ​talk to Ian who will try to arrange transport. ​It seems sensible to talk to Ian early in the night whilst ​there are plenty of people present. 
-1 -- + 
-1' an Debert has agreed to be Tranaport ​Officer until the next AGM. This means that anyone +However if you require transport to Coolana for the Reunion Helen Gray is the one to talk to on 86 6263 - also if you can give anyone a lift in your car. 
-" ​  +
-requiring a lift home after a Meeting ​Should ​talk to 'Ian who will try to artange,​tranaport:​ +
-It seems sensible to talk to Ian early in the night whilst ​tHete'are plenty of'​peOple'​preseht.+
 Reports are that all the Christmas walks returned safe and sound. Reports are that all the Christmas walks returned safe and sound.
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