A light armoured column, Army Group A, with support elements, may possibly de- part the Shearman Facility at Tungkillo on Friday am 18th October 2013 and biv- ouac overnight at Camp Cutajar, Swan Reach. Saturday 19th October 2013 they may move north through Blanchetown and bivouac on the eastern side of the River Murray at a predetermined RV near Morgan.
Not withstandingany move by Army Group A, mounted reconnaissance units, Army Group B, will depart from the parking area opposite the bakery in Lyndoch at 1000 Hr’s on Saturday 19th October 2013 and move approximately 100km in a NE direc- tion through the backtracks via Seppeltsfield, Moppa, St Kitts, Dutton, Stonefields and Mt Mary before joining up with the other column and bivouac at Morgan. There will be very minimal bitumen driving.
On Saturday night, many of the attendees camped will dine at the Commercial Ho- tel, organ after a controlled river ferry crossing,
Sunday 20th October 2013 will be available for local vehicle display outside the Ho- tels in Morgan and for a reconnaissance in the local National Park. Then most ele- ments will return to Adelaide via Eudunda and Kapunda, or via Blanchetown, Pipe- line Road, Angaston and Lyndoch.
If Army Group A, are unable to attend, all vehicles will consolidate and depart from the carpark opposite the bakery at Lyndoch at 1000 Hr’s on Saturday, 19th October 2013.
Currently, the armoured column, Army Group A, may consist of Rick Shearman’s Greyhound Armoured Car towing a Ben Hur trailer, Tony Luke’s Bedford QL Ra- dio Van, Sam Cutajar’s Jeep and trailer, and other TBA. The reconnaissance unit, Army Group B, may consist of Darryl Lavis’s Jeep, Geoff Klau’s Jeep and trailer, Richmond Grebory’s Land Rover and trailer, Bob Cottle’s Diahatsu, others TBA, with forward scout Mark Gregory on a motor cycle.