Can't remember when I had more fun with my pants on !
The scenery. The cars. The food, pubs and log fires. The awesome roads. The friendship. Money couldn't buy more.
The whole event better organised by the Chapter than the lunar landing.
The weather was all I expected from Bass Strait and frankly I enjoyed the change but I cannot say I would like to live in it permanently. In some respects as the transaxles traveled through all the winding roads getting ever higher in the landscape, the cloud mist from time to time provided a unique and surreal experience. At other times when the sun broke through, the scenery took on a magical quality.
..wankski was also a surreal experience but that's another story..great value adding fun guy !!
I want to express my heartfelt thanks to all that participated and made the missuz and me feel welcome and at home. I sensed that the scrutineers
gave my GTV6 the thumbs up and it was gratifying to reveal details about it to an appreciating bunch. Glad I bought it along. The GTV6 off the show room floor is a lovely car and there is no denying that. Modifying it without the bean counters involved transforms this lovely car into an awesome machine- at least that's been my experience and a well worth while 4 year project.
If you don't join the Alpine Chapter on their next run, you'd better bring a serious note that explains why you shouldn't get a big kick up the fooshoo or a smack on the back of the head with a wet mackerel and a free flat tyre while you're visiting the khazi during a whistle stop for good measure.
..oh and BTW, speaking of fish, Shane, mate the fish actually started biting just after you left but we couldn't raise you on the radio coms.