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Dalmeny/Narooma Buswalkers news

Dreaming Track- North End.

Fourteen walkers travelled to Congo to do this walk as the southern section was walked during the winter.Steve Deck led the walk southwards through the Eurobodalla National Park bush heading towards the coast. Morning tea was had after an hour or so on a Headland comprising of dark basalt globules of rock running into the ocean with extensive views to the north and south. We made our way down to the beach and walked along the sand to Meringo where we met two more walkers Amanda and Donna who live up this way. After a bit of a catch up and group photo, 8 walkers accompanied Amanda and Donna back to Mullimburra Point a further 1.5 klms away. The others explored the rocky headland in detail and made there way north via an inland track behind the dunes,having some lunch on the way and then back to the cars. The ones who went a little further south met up with us at the cars approximately 15 minutes later. A walk of 7.5 klm and approximately 10.5 klm was completed in a very pleasant location. Kerren Ogg a longtime member of the Club had her last weekly walk with the club, as she is leaving the district next week. She and her late husband John led many walks and will be missed. A great contibutor to the club, fine walker and friend to many us. We wish all the best in her move to the Blue Mountains. Walkers attending were Maggie Finch, David Maidment,Steve Deck,Narelle Spees,Kerren Ogg,Anita Porter, Gail Drury, Alison Philip, David McMillan,Marg Moran,Sharon Pearson, Margaret Byrne, Judi de Smeth Cindy Chipchase ( Stagglers picked up along the walk were Amanda Marsh and Donna Wilkinson)

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