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Model A Restorer’s Club of WA
Tag Archives: Piercy
Bit if a quiet day today. Darryl has caught the lurgy that is going around and spent the day in bed. It was the first day of sunshine and warmth too, which was a bit disappointing. I made the most … Continue reading
Mandatory run today. As with all the information the SA committee has provided, the directions were excellent. We started in MB and wound our way through the Adelaide hills before stopping for morning tea at Mount Torrens. IT WAS FREEZING. … Continue reading
Registration went smoothly with the SA meet committee demonstrating fantastic organisation and planning skills. Hours were spent nattering and catching up with old friends and familiar faces. The trade tables were great with a the highlight being a large range … Continue reading
You may recall that Glad was towed home from the Bay to Birdwood. Turns out the diff carrier was broken. A replacement carrier was found in Adelaide and was bought ‘Home’ to be inserted at Eardleys friends garage. The first … Continue reading
The night before the B2B we all stayed close to Glenelg. Des, Daz, Tania, Cooks and Horgans all stayed in the awesome Oaks Plaza right on the beach. Glamorous. We checked in (Des arrived later) , stowed the cars in … Continue reading
Our last day of The Trip. Tania, Darryl, Des, Brett, Richard, Paul, Coral, Reg, Sue, Peter and Kaye all stayed at Kaye’s sisters farm in the Clare valley last night. A beautiful property with stone cottages and stunning views. The … Continue reading
Peter and Kay shot off early to take Neville to the Whyalla airport. Sadly there is a family emergency and Nev is flying home. Sue will continue on and now has Paul as copilot. Brett says he paid her to … Continue reading
It seems Brett’s reliance on Corals scones and cooking is a farce as he’s made his own lamb shanks, roast shoulder and all the vege at 4 in the morning in some else’s campfire. We left early and arrived at … Continue reading
Not such a windy night as expected, but lord it was cold. Very difficult to pry ourselves (okay, myself) out of bed this morning. This was after we discovered an airstrip ran not 50m from our tent and a plane … Continue reading