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Re: National rally Mudgee 2020
« Reply #50 on: March 17, 2020, 10:49:25 AM »
There's an elephant in the room......

Did ya get a pic of the BM in front of it?  Ya seem to have one in front every other BIG thing.


Are we still anticipating that Mudgee will go ahead, or is it still too early to make that decision?    These are tough times in terms of managing the risks of mass gatherings.

Yes, tough, unsettling times ahead.

I'm doing my bit though, working from home, already noticed a productivity improvement, have a home office set-up on a table in our meals area, only problem in it next to the refridgerator, I think I’ve gained 5kg already.
For me unless things generally get a lot worse or the state borders are closed or the 500 is reduced to 50 I plan on being in Mudgee.

Cap registrations at 50?

I've booked leave and accommodation.  I'll be there regardless.

If NatRally event is cancelled, I will be changing plans, I can think of better places than Mudgee to spend a week or two.
Cheers,  Williamson (AKA Michael)

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Re: National rally Mudgee 2020
« Reply #51 on: March 17, 2020, 10:59:15 AM »
I am the same as Bodo , my leave is booked in my accommodation is half paid for so I will be there regardless , I have most of October off and I plan to be on the Bike for that period , if they stop me from getting on the boat there will be a large explosion coming from Tassie.

Reminds of the the time there were three drovers bragging about their biggest cattle drive. 

The first said that he once drove 1,000 head of cattle from Alice Springs to Darwin in three weeks, and didn't loose any stock.

The second one said that he once drove 2,000 head of cattle from Alice to Darwin and then back to Alice in four weeks and didn't loose any stock.

The third one (not to be out done) said he once drive 10,000 head of cattle from Darwin to Hobart in four weeks and didn't loose any stock.

The first two guys were astounded, but one asked, "How did you get the cattle across Bass Straight?" 

The third guy said, "I didn't go that way!"

So Phil ... if they stop you getting on the boat ... don't go that way.
Cheers,  Williamson (AKA Michael)

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Re: National rally Mudgee 2020
« Reply #52 on: March 17, 2020, 12:19:49 PM »
Same here, leave approved, paid 50% of accommodation cost and I will be there.
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Re: National rally Mudgee 2020
« Reply #53 on: March 17, 2020, 04:25:52 PM »
I've booked leave and accommodation.  I'll be there regardless.

If NatRally event is cancelled, I will be changing plans, I can think of better places than Mudgee to spend a week or two.

I've never been to Mudgee and if the event is cancelled it'll be a roof over my head whilst I ride places in that area.  Like Phil, I'll be on the bike most of the time for my leave.