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                                                                            Cootamundra Young Our Cootamundra Young Run in early December was well attended with 34 members and partners enjoying an interesting 4 days in the beautiful NSW countryside. Friday we lunched in Crookwell before heading to Cootamundra where we were booked for 3 nights. Diiner on Friday night at the Coota RSL. On Saturday some went to Junnee to visit The Chocolate Factory and the Rail Museum. Others visited Young as it was the Cherry Festival weekend. Sunday we all headed off to Coolamon to visited the Cheese Factory where we had a very nice light lunch. Monday was our attack on the Cherry Farm at Wombat. Great fun picking cherries and off the tree they were so good.  
The annual Christmas Party went off a treat on Wednesday the 15th December at the RSL as usual. One hundred members, partners and guests enjoyed a three course meal with wine on the tables and vouchers for beers, soft drinks etc. We were honoured to have Sue McNeil, John & Sandra Brown as our guests. The President welcomed the members and guests followed by Romona Kinder sayinng Grace. the trivia by Phil Escott kept everyone entertained The food was very good, and the mob carried on until 10.30 or so. Thanks to Phil Escott and John van Voorst for organising the event.
MEG XMAS Dinner Pictures Here
Bruce Watt’s 1936 Chevrolet
Bruce’s Chev Story Cherry Pickin’ Run Photos
John Shearsby’s Jaguar XJ6
The Shearsbys admiring the finished product
Read Bruce’s Story Here------->
Bundeena Motorcycle Run Saturday 23rd April 2022
MEG Breakfast Rides Saturday 23 April 2022 I don’t know what had the most stories to tell….The classic motor bikes or the riding gear these blokes turned up in!!! Greg Bilton’s 1974 Honda XL250 that had over 180 000Km and hasn’t had a major rebuild. Paul Ormerod’s 1974 850cc Norton Commando that lost points for the finger marks left behind on the chrome mufflers. Or Glenn Smith’s BMW 1200 RT, the ultimate tourer.. More BMWs, a 1980 Kawasaki GS750 and a Harley Bundeena proved to be a good choice given that rain was predicted ….. but didn’t eventuate.  And the choice of cafés is good. Plenty of space to line up the bikes and sit around a table and talk  about bikes, bikes, caravans,,,,,hmmmm….not much else. Home before midday.