Archive for July, 2018

Jul 30 2018

Protected: Committee Minures 30 July 2018

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Jul 30 2018

Protected: Committee Minutes 30 July 2018

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Jul 25 2018

Street Walk: Town Belt areas.

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6. 2018-07-25. Hikers. Town Belt Ramble/bus ride. leaders: Dawn and Pam. 28 hikers left Southern cemetery… …and walked up Maitland Street to steps that led to Eglington Road.  Morning tea stop was at the Petanque grounds, above Zingari Rugby club. We meandered through Queens drive and several side tracks, arriving at Olveston to have lunch in […]

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Jul 18 2018

Allans Beach

Allans Beach on Hoopers Inlet, Otago Peninsula, NZ.

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Jul 18 2018

Sandymount – Sandfly Bay Tramps

Published by under Farm,Hikers,Trampers,Year round

No. 24 on old hardcopy list of 113 club tramps. “Lovers Leap – The Chasm – Sandfly Bay. N Strang. Farm. Year Round.” No. 73 on old hardcopy list of 113 club tramps. “Sandymount – Lovers Leap. Year Round” 29 km from car-park. See Sandymount for area background information. Sandymount closed for lambing Aug-Oct. Track […]

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Jul 11 2018

Frasers Gully

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No. 92 on old hardcopy list of 113 club tramps. “Frasers Gully – Brockville Rd Year Round” 16 km from car park. 27. 2018-07-11. Hikers. Fraser Road Dalzier Road round trip. M. Leades: Jay and Jan B. 23 Hikers gathered in lovely sunny weather in Frasers Road . From there we trudged up the steep zigzag […]

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Jul 04 2018

Midwinter Dinner Occasions

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5. 2018-07-04. Midwinter dinner. Weavers. Sub-division street walk. Leaders: Jan Y and Peter. 4. 2/7/2014. Midwinter Dinner. Southern Sports Bar and Grill. Leaders: Elaine and Eric. A dozen of us parked in the Southern Tavern’s car park. Dunedin’s coastal breeze was an unwelcome replacement of Mosgiel’s calm. It was a woollen gloves and hat day […]

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