Kapunda Great Success.
What looked like a steamy weekend turned into a milder one, with some great walking, great people and some very good food.
As with all end of the year affairs, the weather can play a big part in messing up the best laid plans.
For those that wimped out, you can catch-up with E2E4 in 2010!!
Come hear our Trek leader, Jim Drapes, talk about the Kokoda Track.
All your questions answered by someone who has walked Kokoda 13 times.
If you’re even slightly interested in doing the trek then this is a must.
- When 6.00PM Thursday 30th October
- Where Peregrine Travel, above Scout Outdoor Centre
Call Monica at Peregrine Travel 08 8223 5905 to book a seat
Re Previous news item below – Tim Baierâs short stereoscopic production filmed in the Flinders Ranges was to have been screened at the Art Gallery of SA on Sat Nov 29th â We have been advised of the cancelation of the screenings.
Heavenly shades of night are falling, it’s TWILIGHT WALK time.
That’s right, with the advent of day light saving Twilight Walks commence next week, Wednesday 6.00PM, 15th October.
Book at the office, as usual, and join the Friends for their favorite short walks, with a cleansing ale and a nosh after.
- Fitness level -moderate
- Enthusiasn Level-high
- Sense of Humour Level-mountainous
- $5.00 (Golden Boots do not apply)
Missed doing the walk evaluation on the day? You can now do the walk evaluation on line. Just go to the walk calendar, click on the relevant walk and then click the link to the evaluation form.
Too easy really.
Jenny Benn and David Sands, two of our Tasmanian members, have completed almost a month on the Trail.
They walked from Kapunda to Cape Jervis, using a variety of B and B’s, camping out and some luxury hotel accommodation (if you could call the Victor Harbor Hotel luxury). The walk took them from 3rd September to 1st October and from the various SMS messages and phone conversations they had a great time, albeit wet on occasions.
Loved the Trail, the variety, struggled up the hills, were almost blown away at Mount Cone.
Overall they thought the Trail in great shape.