Post by bethsometimes on Sept 15, 2013 9:29:24 GMT 10
As you all should know already from emails but just to be sure the news got through that after much to-ing and fro-ing we managed to get TAMS to allow parking of vehicles on the parklands. A big win and we're really glad that everyone spoke up about the importance of this aspect and that the forces that be smiled on us.
Jeff With some vans being part of their MOTLW theme presentations Beth is allocating specific sites to each participant, so if she knows you are coming, relax, she DEFINITELY has one set aside for you! jenno
Last Edit: Sept 26, 2013 22:02:57 GMT 10 by Jennison
Hi All When the tour reaches Tweed Heads on Sunday 6/10, it is planned all participants will visit Cabarita w/e Rally at 9 00am (dlst)on Monday and join for a photo shoot of all vans present Ladies and gents may like to dress in period attire, to turn back time for this caravan park that openned in 1962, and closed recently. So it is the last 'fling' for the park. I am planning to join the folks in the Bundaberg region and travel to Lismore with them, and then back home for further medical treatment. I can't wait to join in , as I get a daily report on how all are enjoying the journey so far. Cheers boblor
Last Edit: Sept 28, 2013 13:04:01 GMT 10 by boblor
Yesterday Judy and I attended the launch by the ACT Chief Minister of the SPIN weekend in Canberra. A part of which is the Museum of the Long Weekend. Took both the 69 Franklin and 56 Buick along to add some quality to proceedings. There was a small piece on the local WIN news. At the launch we had; Dancing girls. Beth Sometimes the Museum of the Long Weekend organiser standing beside some handsome looking bloke. A couple of models dressed in recycled car parts, different but well done; More girls; And some ole girl with the same old guy. Looking forward to the event at the end of the month.