Regards John Lynch.
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Arriving to Woodford Show grounds on Friday with Warren & Sylvia Cross, first impressions is that we are in for a good time. The Brisbane Four Wheel Club is welcoming and well organised. We are showed to the site for the club, heaps of space. The rest of the cars arrive over the next hours. Pre booking for the trips was sought out still leaving 40% of free spaces for people to book at the corroboree site on the day. Trips started on Saturday morning, we all spent a lot of time waiting for the trips to start. This was sped up over the next day. Entertainment was good. Events included cramming as many people in to a Jeep and having all doors and windows shut, first club was able to get 21 people in to The Jeep, we were able to beet them by 1 getting 22 into the Jeep. Then from there it went through the roof as there was plenty of kids jumping in with any club. Max was kids who achieved 37 in the car. Three of our members walked away with Raffle prizes. A highlight with myself was sitting on the sports oval taking in the fireworks on the last night. Looking forward to next years Corroboree to be held at Pomona hosted by the Mitsubishi 4WD Club on the same weekend next year, 2017. Put it in your calendar as a must go to event, I will be.
Regards John Lynch.
We where led off on our first trip rated blue, heading into the power line track at Glasshouse. The trip should have been rated to black as the ruts where big enough to swallow a wheel which I did. Overall we where glad when it was time to head home only travelling 11km in 4 hours.
This trip was rated blue and was a blue trip, we started on time with no delays as things had been speed up after yesterday, we ended up in the part of the power line track north of Big Red and surrounding areas. The trip leaders giving good directions making the trip most enjoyable.
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