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199804 [2016/05/24 04:15]
kennettj [Club Coolana]
199804 [2016/05/24 04:16] (current)
kennettj [From the Dungala Club]
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 As Dungala members retired from the workforce many used their new leisure to fully explore their country and soon found bus camping trips the economical answer. ​ In so doing they found new kindred souls. ​ The membership of the Dungalas was then expanded to include these new friends. As Dungala members retired from the workforce many used their new leisure to fully explore their country and soon found bus camping trips the economical answer. ​ In so doing they found new kindred souls. ​ The membership of the Dungalas was then expanded to include these new friends.
  
-I give this background as, when the Club was formed there was much opposition from some SBW members who felt Dungalas were poaching from SBW.  "After all", it was said. "there is provision for non-active SBW membership. What's the point of another club? +I give this background as, when the Club was formed there was much opposition from some SBW members who felt Dungalas were poaching from SBW.  "After all", it was said. "there is provision for non-active SBW membership. What's the point of another club?"
  
 The point of the Dungala Club is, while still retaining your links to the walking world, to widen your horizons and increase your social activities now your walking days are over.  Some of our members retain non-active membership in the SBW, others don't, others were never walkers but have that spirit of enquiry and adventure that marks not only walkers but many others. ​ We have our "​walks"​ program, but the walks are short although full of interest.  ​ The point of the Dungala Club is, while still retaining your links to the walking world, to widen your horizons and increase your social activities now your walking days are over.  Some of our members retain non-active membership in the SBW, others don't, others were never walkers but have that spirit of enquiry and adventure that marks not only walkers but many others. ​ We have our "​walks"​ program, but the walks are short although full of interest.  ​
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