Due to the severe weather a number of our members decided to leave their special vehicles at home and brought the daily driver but enjoyed the drive in the rain anyway. With a total of 20 members on the relatively long run to Normanville via Delamere.

First stop was at The General Store for coffee in Finniss which kept all out of the rain for an hour or so we headed off at a good pace on what is one of the nicest drives through hills country available.

We has Maitland & Sue Irvine as newcomers together with the following; David & Penny Leonard and their son; Peter & Cheryl Barreau; Rae & Cameron Mighall; Jeff Parkinson; Doug & Viviene Hill; Bob & Elaine Sellar; Barry & Lea Westerly; Don Greiveson and myself and Jan plus Carlien Vandenakker with us for the drive.

The meals at the historic Nomanville Hotel were their mid-week special menu with a good variety of meals on offer.

The run back was via the Inman Valley back via the Victor Harbour bypass and home in pretty fine weather but the heavens opened again just as we returned to Strathalbyn.


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