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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #50 on: November 02, 2020, 02:20:40 PM »
I have just booked into the cabin park just the getting there now
The borders will be open by then
 
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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #51 on: November 02, 2020, 03:20:12 PM »
I have just booked into the cabin park just the getting there now

Thanks for the reminder Phil.S  I have just booked as well.

I have a two bedroom cabin for Phil W and me.  If anyone misses out on a booking at the Big4, there were (at last check) some reasonably priced rooms at the Paragon Hotel, a 1.5km walk to the Big4.  https://goo.gl/maps/SFZ6vJ3wFQjwKrA99  If ya at the Paragon, don't make any smart alec comments about the bar staff, one of 'em is Joso's daughter-in-law, don't ask how I know.

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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #52 on: November 02, 2020, 04:37:26 PM »
Hey Bodo did you get the pm I sent you ?
 

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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #53 on: November 02, 2020, 04:40:29 PM »
Hey Bodo did you get the pm I sent you ?

Yes I did.

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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #54 on: November 03, 2020, 10:05:27 AM »
I hope so, although I hope to be going regardless, pending borders being open.

Who is organising it?  I note ST2UP and Sicman haven't logged in for quite a while and just two months ago when I went to the bank to make my annual donation to the club (albiet later than usual) I was informed the bank account was closed.  I did send a PM but as the person I sent the PM hasn't logged in since the day before that I have had no response.  That and the website being transferred to another host makes me wonder.

Interesting comment above - What are you wondering about?  Not one person from this club  has made contact to see how us Paramedics have been coping with the Covid workload, and the workload from the 2019/20 bushfire period that Chris and I were so heavily tasked to thru our main jobs and our volunteer roles  :fp
Chris and Jean are the decision makers, I just help out with the facebook posts when I get time, but this last 12 months there hasn't been much spare time. If anyone wants to step up to help plan the Mudgee event, then chat with Chris.
Hi Tony,

All our Paramedics, Nurses, Doctors, Firefighters, and all the public facing professions like bus drivers, train drivers, cashiers, wait staff, shop assistants etc, have been on my mind throughout this pandemic (which is a long way from over).

I know how very fortunate I am to be able to work from home, and feel for everyone who don't have a choice, especially those who risk their lives serving the community.

I hope you and your families are coping well with everything.

If you need to talk, I am prepared to listen.

Cheers
Gary

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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #55 on: November 03, 2020, 10:51:02 AM »
Whilst I'm appreciative and gratefull for all of the personal dedication and support of all frontline workers through COVID, as well as the thanks expressed in this thread, in my view this thread is not the place for many of these posts.

Two reasons for my view:
  • Much of the kind words expressed will lost in discussion about the NatRally.
  • Following much of the discussion about the NatRally can be difficult - and quite frankly, somewhat confusing.
 
By all means, post comments, questions and responses about COVID, frontline workers, their personal efforts, etc ... in a dedicated thread.  Perhaps one of the forum adminstrators or moderators can create a new COVID thread and then cut 'n' paste relevant posts from here (including this post) to the new thread.

Another personal perspective, I have been fortunate, like Gary, to be able to work from home, no more than 10 office vists, and less one-on-one meetings with members of the public, since mid-March.  But most of my close family, being nurses and teachers, have not been as fortunate.  To them and others and other frontline workers, thank you.
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Cheers,  Williamson (AKA Michael)

Motorcycling - the best time you can have with your clothes on.

Afterlife - up there for the climate, down there for the company.

If I'd known that I was gunna live this long, I woulda looked after myself better.
 
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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #56 on: November 03, 2020, 04:50:46 PM »
Whilst I'm appreciative and gratefull for all of the personal dedication and support of all frontline workers through COVID, as well as the thanks expressed in this thread, in my view this thread is not the place for many of these posts.

Two reasons for my view:
  • Much of the kind words expressed will lost in discussion about the NatRally.
  • Following much of the discussion about the NatRally can be difficult - and quite frankly, somewhat confusing.
 
By all means, post comments, questions and responses about COVID, frontline workers, their personal efforts, etc ... in a dedicated thread.  Perhaps one of the forum adminstrators or moderators can create a new COVID thread and then cut 'n' paste relevant posts from here (including this post) to the new thread.

Another personal perspective, I have been fortunate, like Gary, to be able to work from home, no more than 10 office vists, and less one-on-one meetings with members of the public, since mid-March.  But most of my close family, being nurses and teachers, have not been as fortunate.  To them and others and other frontline workers, thank you.
Sounds like a good idea Michael. I only wanted people to know how busy we were, to explain why the absence and to quell the doubts of the person making, what read like allegations  :thumb
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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #57 on: November 03, 2020, 05:04:59 PM »
Who was making allegations?  I just asked a question and stated why I raised it.
 
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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #58 on: November 07, 2020, 09:31:48 PM »
Hi gang hope you are busy planning your Nat rally in Mudgee 2021 donít forget to book early at the big 4 so we will all be in one spot have been planing our ride & lunch for sat ride and maybe something new have to wait & see     Cheers Joso
 
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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #59 on: November 27, 2020, 04:07:19 PM »
Hi gang hope you are busy planning your Nat rally in Mudgee 2021 donít forget to book early at the big 4 so we will all be in one spot have been planing our ride & lunch for sat ride and maybe something new have to wait & see     Cheers Joso

Got a cabin booked at the Big4.

Got a route or destination in mind for the ride and lunch on the Saturday?
Cheers,  Williamson (AKA Michael)

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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #60 on: November 30, 2020, 06:59:57 AM »
Only 3 months to go  :runyay.
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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #61 on: December 01, 2020, 06:50:20 PM »
Hi gang donít forget to book your acc early for Nat rally so we can all be at one place plenty for the girls to do if they donít want to go on the sat ride lots of gift shops & wineries so come to our beautiful little town & enjoy have a great ride & lunch for our sat ride and maybe something new will have to wait & see ??????
 
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Re: National Rally Mudgee 12-13-14 March 2021
« Reply #62 on: December 01, 2020, 06:52:38 PM »
If anyone has any questions donít hesitate to ring me 0417421196 cheers joso
 
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