I write this report as Adelaide shivers through one of the coldest weekends for a long while, with heavy rain and hail falling today. I can’t help but be a bit jealous of those who are still up in the warm climate of the north enjoying their long trips.
I was lucky enough to get away for a few days just recently to do the Border Track between Pinnaroo and Bordertown. It has been around 20 years since I last did the track, and really enjoyed travelling along the sandy tracks and dragging the swag out each night. It was also the first trip in my new Pajero Sport which did a great job. I can’t wait to get it down to the sand dunes at Peake next month.
By the way, there is still plenty of room for camping and driving, so if you would like to come down, please see the flyer elsewhere in the magazine.
For those of you coming along to the social meeting – 28th August, the guest speaker is CFS Community Engagement Officer – Penny Kazla Mob. 0457 101 696. Penny returns to discuss the upcoming change of season and the challenge the warmer weather brings along with the CFS Apps. and bushfire strategies should we be confronted by one.
I must submit my apologies for the August social meeting. I find myself missing the second of the three social meetings I was supposed to chair while Des is away due to overseas travel.
The one good thing about this is that it will be summer in Japan, with temperatures in the mid 30’s, so, although I missed getting up to northern Australia this year, I have got up ‘north’ a couple of times to thaw out.
Ps. A good novel tells us the truth about its hero; but a bad novel tells us the truth about its author.
Steve Pearson – Acting President