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 THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER is a monthly bulletin of matters of interest to The Sydney Bush Walkers Inc, Box 4476 GPO Sydney 2001. To advertise in this magazine, please contact the Business Manager. THE SYDNEY BUSHWALKER is a monthly bulletin of matters of interest to The Sydney Bush Walkers Inc, Box 4476 GPO Sydney 2001. To advertise in this magazine, please contact the Business Manager.
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 **Editor:** George Mawer\\ **Editor:** George Mawer\\
 42 Lincoln Road Georges Hall 2198 \\ 42 Lincoln Road Georges Hall 2198 \\
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-JULY 1996+====== ​JULY 1996 ======
  
-In This Issue+===== In This Issue =====
  
 |P|  2|Night Walk on Wirraba Range `A last farewell'​|Jim Brown| |P|  2|Night Walk on Wirraba Range `A last farewell'​|Jim Brown|
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 **by Peter Miller** **by Peter Miller**
  
-If you weren'​t there you missed one of the great club trips - the whole weekend was just fantastic. Even though we '​lost'​ three people on Friday night and Tony arrived back in Katoomba with only half the original party it was still a great weekend. But I anticipate.+//If you weren'​t there you missed one of the great club trips - the whole weekend was just fantastic. Even though we '​lost'​ three people on Friday night and Tony arrived back in Katoomba with only half the original party it was still a great weekend. But I anticipate.//
    
 There were three walks all starting from Kanangra on the Friday night: Ken Smith was leading a small party of stalwarts down the Gingra Track and over to Kowmung Mountain and Kooricone Ridge; Eddy Giacomel was doing Kanangra to Katoomba in two days with a party of six, while Tony Holgate was doing the same trip with a party of nine in three days. There were three walks all starting from Kanangra on the Friday night: Ken Smith was leading a small party of stalwarts down the Gingra Track and over to Kowmung Mountain and Kooricone Ridge; Eddy Giacomel was doing Kanangra to Katoomba in two days with a party of six, while Tony Holgate was doing the same trip with a party of nine in three days.
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 It was one of the best walks that I can remember. The weather was perfect, the leadership was excellent and the company left nothing to be desired. Thanks Tony and Eddy for a great walk. It was one of the best walks that I can remember. The weather was perfect, the leadership was excellent and the company left nothing to be desired. Thanks Tony and Eddy for a great walk.
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 +===== Next Issue =====
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 +I will be away for a few weeks in July/August and Peter Miller has volunteered to produce the August issue of The Sydney Bushwalker magazine. Peter has some ideas for improving the magazine but will need your input to work with. Please support him by getting your stories and photographs etc to him as early as possible.
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 +Thanks
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 +George Mawer
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 +All enquiries to
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 +PETER MILLER \\
 +7 Blue Ridge Crescent \\
 +Berowra Heights 2082 \\
 +Telephone: 456 5326 (H)\\
 +Fax: 226 8361 (B)\\
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 ===== At Coolana ===== ===== At Coolana =====
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 ==== October Long Weekend ==== ==== October Long Weekend ====
  
 +Bike Rides around Canberra with Ian Debert.
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 +Ian is planning to visit Canberra for the three day long weekend. Drive down on Friday 4th, back on Monday 7th. Stay at the South Side Motor Park for about $55 each for cabin type accommodation for the three nights.
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 +Canberra, is beautiful in the spring and the plan is to do selected exploratory bike trips.
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 +A $20 deposit must be paid by September 6. Contact Ian to arrange or post your cheque (payable to Ian Debert) to 36 Lewis Street Dee Why 2099.
  
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 ===== A Tribute to Jim Brown ===== ===== A Tribute to Jim Brown =====
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