March 2018 (Issue 445)
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Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc. Reg. No. Aâ€”0006149J / FWDV Member
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CONTENTS About the Club
What’s in the pipeline!
General meeting notice
Trip and Social
Trip and Social
Long term future planning
Trip report - Tonimbuk Fun & Games Weekend
Trip report - Tonimbuk Fun & Games Weekend
Trip and Recovery gear
Buy it and Sell it
ABOUT THE CLUB The Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc. was originally formed 40 years ago by an enthusiastic group of Subaru owners. Today the club has expanded to include all Subaru 4WD and AWD vehicles, as well as all other makes of AWD, light 4WD and crossover/soft-roader type vehicles. The club aims to participate in the exploration of the Australian countryside without damage to the environment, vehicle or individual. Visitors are most welcome to attend the clubâ€™s General Meetings and contact committee members regarding participation in club activities.
The club relies on membership fees to offset its running costs, including insurance. Membership fees are payable each year, due on 31 May. Fees for the 2017/18 year were agreed at the general meeting in May 2017 and are as follows:
Single: $125 (Senior card - $115) Joint/Family: $145â€”(Senior card - $130) One off joining fee of $15 ($30 for Joint/Family) also applies All annual fees include FWDV affiliation and trip insurance: $51 Members who choose not to receive a hard copy of the magazine are eligible for a $25 discount
NON-MEMBER TRIP FEE
A trip fee of $15 per adult non-member applies (for insurance purposes) Please contact the membership officer for further enquiries Email: email@example.com
COMMITTEE President: Dale Rebgetz firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President: Duncan McCrae email@example.com
Secretary: Peter Bellis firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer: Janelle Rebgetz email@example.com
Editor: Edith Fullalove (OM) firstname.lastname@example.org
Social: Lee Wegner (OM) email@example.com
Trip: Mike Dale (OM) firstname.lastname@example.org (03) 9796 8442 0428 488 502
Venue coordinator: Meredith Dale (OM) email@example.com
Resources: Kevin Bird (OM) firstname.lastname@example.org
PRESIDENTS REPORT March 2018 What a great photo comp event at the last meeting! A big thank-you to Katie for once again doing a fantastic job of organising the competition. So many wonderful and inspiring photos. Did you get yours in, displayed on the big screen? This club exists for its 4WD trips and social activities and for us to enjoy the company of like-minded people, nothing more, nothing less. So, if you were struggling to find good photos, maybe you are not getting out and about enough, partaking in the many trips and activities fellow members run every year. If, however, there is not much to your liking, you know what the answer is. Yes, run suitable activities yourself. It may seem daunting at first, but there are many experienced trip leaders within the club who are more than willing to help you in the planning, organising, and leading of an activity. Ask and you shall receive. We are a volunteer organisation, so trips and activities need willing volunteer leaders, otherwise they don’t happen – and then there would be no photos for the comp :( This last month has seen several great activities. Kevin ran his first trip (which unfortunately I couldn’t get to) but by all accounts it was a great success. I hear a couple of cars got embarrassingly stuck and had to be pulled out. Such is life. I expect fines are coming your way. Then there was the now annual Tonimbuk activity weekend, ably run by Les, Jamie, Corey and Nathan. Do you know where your first aid kit is? You just might need it one day. And what do you know about jumping snakes that leave bright red bite marks, and the required first aid treatment? No? Why not? Women (and men), do you know where your recovery gear is and how to use it. Have you ever used it? A few more people now have. Can you drive a car blindfolded while being told where to go by your partner – and still be friends afterwards? If you know the answers to these questions, you will have had a great weekend. If not, be ready for some new surprises and challenges next year – but you will have to actually attend, otherwise you will be disappointed again. However, just for something different, what about cheese-making? Some of you tried your hand at that just recently. I am sure it was most enjoyable. It is not something I am personally interested in, but many people are – fortunately. Otherwise, as someone who likes eating cheese, there wouldn’t be any for me to enjoy and I would be sad. So you see, if you want to run an activity, your options are fairly broad; there is no need to feel too constrained. No, we are not a hard-core 4WD club, but we do enjoy experiencing new things, seeing new places, and having great fun with great people. Our 4WD vehicle is simply the enabler for many of those experiences. See you soon.
Dale Rebgetz. 6
WHAT’S IN THE PIPELINE! VENUE REPORT FEBRUARY GENERAL MEETING DATE: Tuesday 27th March at 8pm VENUE: South Camberwell Tennis Club, 332 Burke Road, Glen Iris. At this months meeting we have Bill O'Brien coming to do a comic sketch about rescuing a drowning dog, where he mentions 40 makes and models of cars, we have to guess which ones, should be a lot of fun. Also a gold coin donation to his charity, Save the Children fund. DOOR PRIZE: Come along to win a special door prize at this month's meeting.
GENERAL MEETING NOTICE The Subaru 4WD Club holds its monthly general meeting on the last Tuesday of the month (no meeting in December) at the club house of the South Camberwell Tennis Club, 332 Burke Road, Glen Iris (just off the Monash Freeway) starting at 8pm – unless otherwise specified/advised. The meeting is open to all members and visitors. The usual agenda of the general meeting includes: Welcome of members and visitors. Review and acceptance of previous general meeting’s minutes. Correspondence. Reports by various office bearers. Other business as mentioned below. General business raised by members. “Fines and Fun” – including brief summaries of recent trips. Guest speaker or presentation. Supper and networking. Details of the next few general meetings are as per the schedule below:
Tue 27 Mar
South Camberwell Tennis Club
Tue 24 Apr
South Camberwell Tennis Club
Tue 29 May
South Camberwell Tennis Club
TRIP AND SOCIAL To put your name down for these trips or events you do not need to wait for a club meeting. Email: email@example.com or contact the trip leader directly.
Duea National Park When: Easter Friday 30th to Sunday 8th of April. Trip leader: Mike Dale 0455 773 196 firstname.lastname@example.org Trip Standard: Medium Otway Ranges When: 22nd April Trip leader: Tim Trip Standard: Medium Robe Survivor II When: Wed 25th to Sunday 29th of April Trip leader: Duncan and Lee Trip Standard: Medium Ladies Social When: Saturday 15th April Trip leader: Edith Trip Standard: Social Mallee Crawl When: Saturday 5th to Sunday the 13th of May Trip leader: Jamie and Les Scott Trip Standard: Social 19th Century Bluestone When: Saturday 19th of June Trip leader: Lee Trip Standard: Social Christmas in July When: July - TBC Trip leader: Meredith Trip Standard: Social 8
High Tea When: August - TBC Trip leader: Lee Trip Standard: Social Eurambeen Historic Homestead When: September - TBC Trip leader: Lee Trip Standard: Social
LONG TERM FUTURE PLANNING
Simpson Desert. Trip leader: Jamie Gawler Rangers/ Googs Track, TBC. Trip Leader: Mike Dale
Coffin Bay/Lincoln NP, TBC. Trip Leader: Mike Dale
CSR, TBC. Trip Leader: Dale
Mike Dale: Trip Coordinator Lee Wegner: Social Coordinator email@example.com
TREASURERâ€™S REPORT Account balances as at 15th February Current bank balance: $8676.15 Current term deposit balance: $5,000
Janelle Rebgetz 9
TONIMBUK FUN & GAMES WEEKEND 2018 Friday, March 9 - Monday March 12 We’re back again for fun & games at Tonimbuk, with some members arriving Friday; it was bloody hot, so we sat in the shade for the afternoon until it cooled off, before having tea and sitting around the camp fire until bed time. Saturday Saturday with numbers well down from last year we got started with “what will happen to our victims” (members). Event one (Two Dots) Snake bite - with a short drive through the bush where members pulled up and walked over to find a snake laying across the track and to be bitten by the fake snake. This was to see how they would cope with it. What would they do? Most did really well with it. Event Two Suboo 3 was stuck and needed a tow out - this was not a snatch recovery, just a tow. Edith & Janelle give it a go and very well done to both of you for having a go. After snatch they had a short drive into the up and down through a dry creek crossing and back to camp for lunch.
After lunch we did the blindfold driving - this time you had to zigzag between the witch’s hats. First up was Tim & Jack and they only hit one cone. Most members had a go at this - there was lot of funny things happening. After tea we got the fire going and when it was dark members drove around the bush track a few times. It was very dark. Sunday Day trip/Drive for the day - we headed out to the Bunyip Ridge track with some nice short climbs up on to Blue Range track, then around to Fifth Track, down in to Powelltown to Noojee and stopping at the Outpost for lunch. After lunch we headed back via the main roads to camp. 10
Monday Sleep in for some and then it was time to pack up and head home. Thanks for coming along and we hope you enjoyed the weekend.
Attendees Tim & Jack Chris & Jenny Dale & Janelle Paul Saleeba Peter Devine Bev Peter & Edith Cory Les Jamie Nathan
FJ40 Forester Forester Forester Forester Forester Pajero Brumby Brumby Land cruiser 79 4 Wheeler
Visitors Peter & Katie Danial & Ryan Peterson
Deura National Park
Fri 30-Sun 8 Apr
Sunday 22 April
Robe Survivor II
Wed 25-Sun 29 Apr
Duncan and Lee
Ladies Social Day
Saturday 15th April
Sat 5-Sun 13 May Dates to be confirmed
Jamie and Les Scott
19th Century Bluestone
Saturday 19th June
Christmas in July
TRIP AND RECOVERY GEAR The aim of all Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc. trips is to have an enjoyable experience in the bush, increasing 4WDâ€™ing skills and experience, whilst maintaining the highest regard for the safety of individuals, the vehicle and the environment. As a driver you have ultimate responsibility for the safety of your passengers and vehicle. It is the responsibility of any participating driver to contact individual trip leaders for clarification of individual trip requirements and standards. Financial members are encouraged to participate in as many trips as possible to increase confidence and experience. Visitors are welcome subject to the payment of the appropriate levy to cover insurance, but after two visits, should consider membership. Non-financial members are not covered by insurance and may not participate until payment is received. Individual drivers with concerns or queries regarding their vehicle and the trip standard should contact relevant trip leaders. The Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc. recommends that each vehicle carry the following items or equipment on every trip:
Personal details form as specified by FWDV, copy to Trip Leader
Two rated D- Shackles (minimum 3.2t)
Rated snatch strap
Recovery points, front & rear; plus, optional bridle strap, according to vehicle design;
UHF (477Mhz) Channel 16 CB Radio. Ideally in car but hand held are ok provided sufficient battery(s) to last the trip.
Fire extinguisher, accessible to the driver
Spare tyre (full size)
Jack and wheel brace, or equivalent
Emergency supplies (matches, food, water and clothing)
Sufficient fuel, oil and water for the trip and delays
A tyre pressure gauge; compressor (according to the trip)
An axe, bow or chain saw;
A sturdy shovel (collapsible shovels are no good)
Spare parts (appropriate to the nature of the trip)
A tool kit
Personal first aid kit
Your vehicle manual
Any vehicle not carrying at least the first five (5) items of equipment should contact the individual Trip Leader before leaving. Any club member unsure about any of the items of equipment listed above are advised to contact the Trip and Social Coordinator or the Trip Leader concerned. All Trip Leaders carry a complete First Aid Kit in case of emergency. All non-emergency medical needs are expected to be meet by individuals own medical supplies.
BUY IT AND SELL IT HERE Please note: If you have any items listed here for sale which has been sold please remember to let us know at: firstname.lastname@example.org Member items for sale Item: Forester aluminium bash plates Details: Made from 6.0 mm construction grade aluminium SF Forester SG & SH Forester SJ Forester CVT & Gearbox Protection Outback & Diesel Vehicles
$350 $380 $420 $380 $420
Fitting can be arranged. 10% discount for Subaru Club members. Please contact David via TXT after hours Road less Travelled - Vehicle under body protection 0429 942 724 Item: 1991 L series GL wagon Details: My fatherâ€™s 1991 L series GL wagon. 235000 gentle Kms, none off road. Auto. Burgundy. ETZ$@$ Cost: $250 ONO Contact: Rob Boykett, email@example.com, 0424 211 748 Item: Number plates Details: S4WDCV Cost: $500 ONO Contact: Jamie, 0407 877 932 Item: Standard number plates Details: VIC blue and white in as new condition, 1XV4US Cost: $400 ONO Contact: Jenny, 0417 369 405 Item: Number plates Details: SUBARU, can be re-issued in any custom design via the Vic Roads website (see link below) If a different colour or style is preferred: https://www.vplates.com.au/index.php?page=custome-plate Cost: Negotiable, but realistic offers between $3,500 to $6,000 Contact: Richard, 0414 737 333
2 cars for sale, some very old Subaru's. They would make good projects for someone. Item: 1978 Subaru Gen 1 Brumby (Subaru model A68) Details: VIN A68-002308. Is in running order. Needs body work. Engine needs a tune. Comes with a bunch of spares (including a rust-free roof section with A pillars) and a canopy. EA71 1598cc (1600cc) engine, single range 4WD. Cost: Asking $450 or $550 with the EA81 engine cross-member and duel-range gearbox
Item: 1975 Subaru Gen 1 (Mk 1) 4WD Wagon (Subaru Model A64) Details: VIN A64-010162. Pretty much a bare shell. Needs work, but the body is in pretty good shape. Can help with sourcing parts as I know where other wrecks are and have leads on NOS bits too. Dash is on the back seat. Would like to see someone save this. Is the earlier single-range 4WD, originally fitted with the EA63 1400cc (1398cc) engine (I have leads on 2-3 engines, possibly a NOS engine block). Cost: Make me an offer. Contact: Michael Dickman, 0402 649 875
+1=1 1983 Subaru L-series Sport Wagons for free: Item: 2x 1983 L-series 4WD Sports Wagons (red). Details: Neither is going or registered. One has good engine but bad clutch, the other a bad engine but good clutch. The better one has a new windscreen (including rubber) and new hatch struts. I wanted to get one out of the two, but the job is beyond me. Tyres are good; one has mag wheels. VINâ€™s: JF2AM5ERO1G025977 ; JF2AM5DR01G023570 Cost: Free to a good home. Contact: Glenn Taylor, firstname.lastname@example.org, 0419 366 143
Want to sell something Subaru/Off-Rod related? Contact: email@example.com The Club makes this space available free of charge to members wishing to buy or sell items. PLEASE NOTE: that the Motor Car Trader Regulations 1988-22(4) require that vehicles for sale advertisements must contain: (a) the cash price of the vehicle and; (b) the registration number if registered or the engine/chassis numbers if unregistered.
Once again the Club is collecting old
CAR BATTERIES, CATALYTIC CONVERTERS and ALUMINUM CANS Bring your old BATTERIES to the General Meetings and we will recycle them! All recycling revenge goes back into the club Last time we managed 4.7 tonnes Please contact: Jamie or Les if you have any questions. 16
MINUTES Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc. FWDV Member Reg. No. A – 0006149J www.subaru4wdvic.com.au GPO BOX 2456 Mount Waverley VIC. 3149
Committee Meeting Minutes (abridged) Minutes of the meeting of the committee of the Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc held on Tuesday 6 th March 2018 at the home of Janelle Rebgetz starting at 7:50pm. 1. Present Janelle Rebgetz, Dale Rebgetz, Kevin Bird, Michael Dale, Meredith Dale, Edith Fullalove, Peter Bellis, Duncan McCrae. 2. Apologies Lee Wegner 3. Quorum A quorum was achieved with eight committee members present. 4. Minutes of the Previous Meeting 4.1 Minutes of the December 2017 were accepted as amended. 4.2 Business Arising from the Minutes and Outstanding Actions 4.2.1 By-Law – Convoy Travel – Peter yet to complete reformatting of agreed text into By-Law format. 4.2.2 New Member Pack – Edith will rework it in a new document. 4.2.3 Club magazine archiving – no scanning of old magazines has yet been done. Edith and Dale will discuss optical character recognition requirements for PDF. 4.2.5 Trip management facility on club website – committee to review and decide. 4.2.6 Club plate scheme – Michael to visit one or two other clubs to see how they do it. 4.2.7 Resources cupboard – copy of key has been provided to Kevin. 4.2.8 Satellite phone – has been ordered. 4.2.9 Portable speakers – Stephen W yet to come back with a quote. 4.2.10 Club stickers – Michael and Dale to forward high resolution electronic copies of logo to Kevin. 4.2.11 Bob Marshall’s chronicles – Jean/Peter to approach Ruth to see about them being published in the Club’s magazine over a number of issues. 5.
Correspondence Damian Stock – notice of grievance with the president and vice-president of the club dated 5th March 2018. Members of the committee were unsure as to the nature of his grievance and what outcome he is seeking. Therefore, the secretary will respond seeking clarification. 17
Request for Brumby servicing. Advertising material regarding bollards to protect one’s man cave. Advertising material for Deniliquin holiday park. Unique car magazine offering free advertising. 4WD car funnies (passed onto Meredith). B-24 workshop at Werribee. Devonport motor show – 24th and 25th March 2018. Membership enquiry regarding club plates. 4WD Victoria updates – including member update day, and “clean up the bush” weekend. South Camberwell Tennis Club – change of access from keys to swipe cards. Meredith to request an extra card (we currently have three keys). Email forwarded to Meredith. 6. Reports 6.1 Resources Club logo – still waiting for the high-resolution copy of the image. Club clothing – will get copy of previous magazine page for updating and putting into the magazine every few months. 6.2 Trip and Social Information about forthcoming trips and social events elsewhere in the magazine. Details about the long term planning of various trips elsewhere in the magazine. 6.3 Venue March – tba April – Gary Beadell regarding his father’s trips in outback Australia. Will have a guest speaker from Bob Jane TyreMart regarding tyres for four wheel driving. Will follow up a suggesting with Penrite Oil. Will follow up advertising material regarding comedian. 6.4 Membership Current membership numbers are 6 – life, 11 – single, and 28 – family/joint; totalling 45 memberships. 6.5 Editor Editorial deadline this month is 16th March. Seeking bush camping recipes for inclusion in the magazine. The magazine needs to be a multiple of four pages. The number of pages is modified as required. The last magazine (28 pages) cost about $5. 6.6 Treasurer Current cheque account balance is $9,672.12 Major expenditure includes food for the January barbecue, keys for the storage cabinet and flowers for Ruth Marshall. 18
6.7 Secretary Nothing to report. 6.8 Vice-President FWDV – regional quarterly meeting is on 24th March at Geelong. Duncan is unable to attend. Dale may be able to attend. 6.9 President Nothing to report. 7. Sub-Committees 7.1 Communications Nothing to report. 7.2 Community Involvement Nothing to report. 7.3 Constitution Review Nothing has happened. 7.4 Education/Training Have contacted 4WD Victoria – currently member cost for non-accredited course is $220. (Non-member is $385). Club subsidy for members to do the course – should the club offer a subsidy and if so, how much and to what extent? After some discussion, the committee agreed to offer a $30 subsidy per registered member. This is only for members who did not do the club’s training course in 2016. Duncan will target a training date in June (19th and 23rd). 8. Disciplinary Sub-Committee Discussion was had about the on-going grievance and disciplinary issues. 9. General Business Satellite phone – it has been ordered. It should be delivered this week. Still yet to sort out the contact. By-law needs to be established for governing the use of the phone. The phone is only for emergency use only. Club plates – emails regarding club plates to be forwarded to Michael. 10. Next Meeting will be held on Tuesday 10th April 2018 at 7:30pm at the home of Peter Bellis. 11. Meeting closed at 9:42pm.
MINUTES Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc. FWDV Member Reg. No. A – 0006149J www.subaru4wdvic.com.au GPO BOX 2456 Mount Waverley Vic 3149
General Meeting Minutes The general meeting of the Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria Inc was held on Tuesday, 27 th February 2018 at the South Camberwell Tennis Club starting at 8:04pm. 1.
Present Meredith Dale,, Michael Dale, Paul Saleeba, Phil Milkins, Elaine Milkins, David Hewett, Enid Hewett, Kay Fraser, Richard Saleeba, Peter Bellis, Jean Bellis, Peter Fullalove, Edith Fullalove, Robert Miller, Katie Mynard, Peter Mynard, Dale Rebgetz, Janelle Rebgetz, Jamie Scott, Les Scott, Corey Peterson, Bev Davison, Tim Folliard, Mart Foot, Kevin Bird, Duncan McCrae, Lee Wegner, Peter Landouris, Peter Devine, Rick Koster, David Wilson.
Apologies Andrew Jantke, Lisa Jantke, Damian Stock, Angela Stock.
Visitors Jenny Peacock, Chris Hayward, Des Burns.
Welcome A welcome was extended to all members and visitors.
Minutes of the Previous General Meeting 5.1 The minutes of the January 2018 General Meeting were accepted without amendment after being moved by Katie Mynard and seconded by Richard Saleeba. 5.2 There was no business arising from the minutes.
Correspondence Magazines from various 4WD clubs. Enquiry regarding spare parts and servicing of 1980 to 1984 model Subarus. Australia Post – post office box renewal. Cadbury regarding fundraising opportunities. Nametags. Advertising material regarding vehicle insurance. FWD Victoria – Wonnangatta murders centenary – Labour Day weekend. Letter from Damian Stock (was read out to the meeting by the club secretary). 20
There was no business arising from the correspondence. 7.
7.1 Resources New members – entitled to free clubs stickers and a club polo shirt at a discount price. Club clothing – will soon be placing an order, including for beanies. 7.2 Editor As per the magazine Contributions are due by the 16th March, 2018. 7.3
Trip and Social Wombat state forest trip – starting at Bacchus Marsh and will go through both Lerderderg and Wombat state forests. Will finish at Daylesford. Tonimbuk – standing camp. Members are welcomed to arrive on Friday evening. Cheese making – short notice. Deua national park – Easter and the week following. Ladies Social day Robe Survivor Mk II – will need a sand flag. Mallee Crawl - dates to be confirmed. 19th Century Bluestone tour – day trip. Christmas in July High tea in August. Gardens near Avoca in September.
Venue Tonight is the photographic competition. Many thanks to Katie for running it tonight. March – tba. Membership. Nametag was presented to Kay Fraser, our latest member. Currently have 45 memberships. Membership contact list was circulated to members this week. Please advise Martin of any corrections. Emailing of magazine – the size of the magazine is resulting in a few email Treasurer Cheque account balance is $9,672.14.
7.7 Secretary Next committee meeting is at the Rebgetz residence. 7.8
Vice-President FWD Victoria have a quarterly general meeting coming up. 21
President As per the magazine. Satellite phone – will be acquired soon. It will be for emergency use only. Thanks to Martin for the use of his satellite phone for the last fifteen years.
8. General Business 8.1
Jamie Scott – on a recent offroad trip in his neighbourhood, he got a rock through the middle of one of his tyres. He cut out the section of the tyre and showed members.
Peter Mynard recently did a 4WD course through the SES to tick off a box.
Les and Jamie attended the 4WD show at Lardner Park. The event was very well attended.
Martin mentioned that he recently saw a Subaru SVX for sale for $7,000.
9. Fines and Fun 9.1 Nametags Dale – for not having his nametag on), Peter Landouris, Rick Koster, Richard Saleeba (had to get a replacement nametag), Lee Wegner (x2 for having someone else’s nametag), Janelle (for giving her spare nametag to Lee). 9.2 Last to Meeting David Wilson 9.3 Total fines collected - $7.80. 10. Photographic Competition There were many entries into the seven categories. Many thanks to those members who submitted photographs. The winners are as follows: Best portrait – Dot Greiveson – “Royal Tea Party” Best action – Edith Fullalove – “Deep Water” Best close-up (nature) – Katie Mynard – “What are you looking at” Funny/humorous – Richard Saleeba – “Musical Interlude Best recovery – Robert Millar – “Recovery in Progress” Best group – Janelle Rebgetz – “underneath a moonlit sky” Best landscape – Paul Saleeba – “Bindaree Falls” and Janelle Rebgetz – “Sunset at Farina”. 11. The door prize was won by Jamie Scott. 12. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 27th March 2018 commencing at 8pm. 13. Meeting closed at 9:50pm and was followed by supper. 22
BUSH TUCKER If you have a favourite recipe you would like to contribute to this page. Please email editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Zucchini Fritters Ingredients: 4 Cups Zucchini 1 Cup Flour 2 large eggs Salt and pepper Half a cup of Spring onions
Method: Grate the zucchinis and place them in a bowl and sprinkle with salt Let the mixture stand for 10 minutes Squeeze out excess liquid with your hands Place zucchinis in a bowl with all the other ingredients and mix the through till it forms a paste Add a spoonful of the mixture and place in a pan to cook each side till lovely and golden brown.
Thanks to Meredith for this recipe (I have made this recipe myself and found it to be YUMMY) 23
EDITORâ€™S NOTE Thank you for all the contributions this month! Any interesting articles you find and would like to share, or if you would like to write an article for the magazine â€Ś. Let me know! Just a friendly reminder to please proof read, and be sure to use punctuation and grammar. The deadline for submissions for next month is:
Friday 13th April 2018 Email editor: email@example.com THANKS TO Chris for the images
Tip Toe through the TULIPS!!!
See I do get to drive!!!
The monthly magazine of the Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria, Inc., online edition for March 2018
Published on Mar 22, 2018
The monthly magazine of the Subaru 4WD Club of Victoria, Inc., online edition for March 2018