Kev Tipler is organizing a very interesting wine run through the Barossa Valley on Thursday 21 July.
Meet in Tanunda main street around nine for quick coffee etc. Then 9.45 to K Lindners Jaguar museum. Cost per person is $10.00. It is the best and most comprehensive collection of historic Jags in Australia.
After this visit continue on to First-drop wines in Nuriootpa for tasting and Tapas lunch. Those not interested in eating here can stay in Tanunda and then meet us at the next venue at 1.30.
The next stop is at the Barossa Chocolate company. One hour stop and then to the second and last winery of St Halletts.
Our previous visit here was a good stop with excellent discounts on their wines.
This year’s registration day will be held at the Charleston Hotel at 1 pm on Saturday 25 June for members and partners. Guests may be possible depending on numbers. Members and partners meals will be subsidized to $10 per head.
Subscriptions can be paid and log books updated etc.
Would all members interested in attending please let Mick Jenner know as we need to confirm numbers prior to the event. Masks are not required, but may be worn if required.
NOTE: the July Tuesday meeting at the Tower Hotel will not be held as we will be holding a brief meeting prior to the lunch.
A wine run around the Hahndorf area was undertaken by club members on Saturday 23 October. Four Jeeps and a Perenti took part along with some friends of Mick and Deb Jenner. We met at Millies Bakery at Mount Barker for coffee, before heading off to the Karrawatta winery near Meadows through the verdant Adelaide Hills. This spectacular winery is situated amongst vines grown over the adjacent rolling hills. The cellar door is a quite recent development to the vineyard which has been in operation since the early nineties. After wine tasting, we set off for lunch at the Longview winery near Macclesfield. We were seated in a private room overlooking the sprawling vineyards, and some local sculptures. Lunch consisted of plentiful platters of antipasto and cheese, accompanied by the local wines. Some members also undertook tastings.
After lunch we set off to Hahndorf via Echunga to our last stop at the Landhaus winery on the main road in Hahndorf where we were met by the effusive host who offered tasting of up to 18 of their wines. However being late in the day, the ladies opted for a glass of bubbles, with some of the men choosing a cleansing ale or coffee.
A really great day out, enjoyed by all who attended. A big thank you to Deb Jenner for organizing the event.
A reminder that the club run to Rick’s farm is still on for 24 September. Light rain is forecast, but that shouldn’t be a problem this time! Meet at Mount Torrens pub at 10.00 am for a run via backroads to the Mannum waterfall and then back to Rick’s for a BBQ lunch. The club will be providing the BBQ lunch , but bring you own drinks and chairs and if you wish, salads and desserts. An extra treat will be the lamb sausages locally made from lamb sourced from Rick’s flock.
Military vehicles are preferred but civvy vehicles capable of managing dirt roads are OK.
For those not wishing to partake in the run, you can go direct to Rick’s farm to arrive after 12.30.
Family and friends are welcome to attend.
Those interested and haven’t yet indicated, please contact Mick Jenner or Rick, so we can cater for the required numbers.
This year’s club Registration Day was held in the private room of the Stanley Bridge Hotel at Verdun on Sunday 4 July from 12.00. A brief club meeting was held prior to lunch.
Mick Jenner received membership fees and updated log books. Kev Tipler reported on the Simpson Desert trip. Due to Covid restrictions members, partners and guests were required to be seated when consuming drinks. However, it was a still great day enjoyed by all in a lovely country tavern.
An intrepid group of club members have organized a trip crossing the Simpson Desert in their WW2 Jeeps from 13-26 June 2021. The vehicles have undergone substantial preparation in readiness for the trip. Each Jeep will be required to carry up to 9 jerry cans as fuel will not be available for the crossing. The drivers will report their progress regularly.
1955 Austin FV1801 “Champ” (ex-Australian Army). • Full restoration, bare metal respray (No rust in body) Many new parts used in rebuild. New brakes including master and wheel cylinders, new clutch, vehicle rewired. Rebuilt engine (new block), rear differential, and radiator. • Larkspur C42 and B47 radios fitted with associated harness and radio table (Correct for this vehicle) • New upholstery, canvas top, side curtains, and doors • Selection of vehicle and Larkspur radio spares included, including all service manuals.
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Kev Tipler has organized another of his famous club wine run for 31st Jan. This one is around Lyndoch and the lower Barossa Valley.
Meet at the Bridge Cafe in Williamstown at 8.30-9.00 for coffee, then depart for a scenic drive at 9.30. The drive will be up Wirra Wirra road and on to the Steingarten look out. Then on to Cimickys cellar door and if time permits, slip back to Rick Burge Estates before lunch at the Yaldara cafe/restaurant. We are booked there for 12.30.
After lunch we shall enjoy a tasting at their cellar and if time permits, we can visit some of the 4 wineries in the region.
Anyone interested please contact Kev Tipler or Mick Jenner as we need to confirm numbers with the lunch venue, as is the requirement these days.
This year’s Xmas function was held at the Bridge Hotel, Langhorne Creek on Sunday 13 December.
Regardless of Covid restrictions, we had really good rollup and everyone enjoyed sumptuous country pub-style means served by very friendly staff. Many suggestions were made for a return visit, or possibly a meeting venue.
For Sale 1980 Series 3 Land rover FFR complete with radios mounted in their correct trays.
The radio prc 25 is untested and the F2/F3 HF radio is case only but there is also the AMU HF Tuner and BBF1 Charger also the antenna mounts are on the vehicle two HF and two VHF with there own AMU but one VHF AMU needs replacing.
The vehicle has had a lot work completed mechanically ie: Brakes completely replaced , all bushes under the body replaced also the gearbox has been completely rebuild with all new parts.
All the invoices for all the works done is available.
Included is about $1200.00 of spare parts and bits ie: Cam Net plus poles , 3 x Dist caps , 3 Rotor caps and more.
Currently on SA Historical registration.
Special price now $ 20,000.00. Cash only.
Interested buyers only Contact John Jenner on 0439 551 173, or email email@example.com.