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Mid March Midway Meetup Sunday 23Rd

luke gtr

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Back by popular demand! (anf)

round 2, its time for lunch with the sydney siders.

so, heres the details:

meet: maccas epic

meet time: 10.30

leave time: 11.00

(can someone please organise this at your end)

(if anyone wants to come)

est arrival time: 12:00

date: sunday 23rd march

destination: goulburn(montague st)*

there is a park with some picnic tables/chairs.

i would recommend bringing your own chairs/blankets/tables/picnic gear.

this street is perpendicular to the main rd which has take away/fast food for the lazy people(me).

so, get your asses there.

doesnt matter what car you bring.

just bring yourself, any family/friends, and be ready to have a good time.

ill be im my mazda 3 (again)

see you all then.

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As per other thread, happy to Organize this end


lookong forward to this.

would like the gtr running, but no way of happening (unless I get a 1500 donation from somewhere)

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Ooooh this was fun last year!

No can do this time, will be in Melbourne with Petey. He doesn't know yet but I've organised for us to go for a ride in a tank for our wedding anniversary!


I can drive you car?

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No can do this time, will be in Melbourne with Petey. He doesn't know yet but I've organised for us to go for a ride in a tank for our wedding anniversary!

ahhh so that's what it was! :D

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