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**************** Next meeting 7:30pm Friday 2nd March 2012 *********** MEETINGS ARE NORMALLY HELD ON THE FIRST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH AT ADELAIDE HIGH SCHOOL AT THE CORNER OF WEST TERRACE AND HENLEY BEACH ROAD. LIMITED PARKING IS AVAILABLE OFF WEST TERRACE IN FRONT OF THE SCHOOL.
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Concentrated Bullsheet HI There out in Subaru Club land hope you are doing well. There are six trips on the trip board, of varying types and grades, lets see if we can fill them all. The volunteer trips in the lower Flinders will be in the next magazine with luck and I have had an email today from our volunteer co-ordinator asking if we are interested in -quote “in the Innes National park to do some track maintenance… if your groups is interested. The park would like to engage some volunteers with 4WD experience and chainsaw trained… and of course I thought in you guys!” I am very interested and will reply in the positive and find out the finer details, if accommodation is on offer, dates etc. so watch this space. Just look to the right and you will see that Glenn Millis has put his head on the line...literally! Glenn is shaving his head raising funds for the Leukaemia Foundation, please dig deep and support Glenn for this great cause. Life is busy in the Shinks house, Claire fell off her Birthday Scooter and broke her arm, there are three lots of home work to help the kids with, I am finishing off my Business Diploma, Theresa is busy keeping us fed, clean and ready for school and work each day after getting home from work herself. If it was not for weekends I am sure we would both be run into the ground. Please note that the April meeting has moved to the last Friday of March as the first Friday of April is good Friday. Parking will be tight as there is an event in the hall that night. Pages 14 and 15 have pictures for the kids to colour in, I hope they enjoy it. Anyway see you around the traps, Cheers Shinksy 2
I'm going to be brave and shave. I have registered for the Worldâ€™s greatest shave for a cure and will be shaving my head on March 16th. This incredibly worthwhile cause has raised over $120 million dollars since 1998. This year the foundation has a goal of raising $15,795,000 dollars. I have set a goal of raising $1000.00, with the support of your contributions I am sure we can smash these figures. Please sponsor me. You can give me your sponsorship contribution at the March Subaru Club General Meeting or you can use your credit card and sponsor me online. Find my Profile Page at : http:my.leukaemiafoundation.org.au/glennm Any and all donations over $2 will receive a tax deductible receipt. Why am I doing this? - Blood cancer research is expensive but vital. The money you give will help the Leukaemia Foundation fund important research into leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and other blood disorders. - Every 46 minutes someone in Australia gets the news they have blood cancer. The money you give will also support them from diagnosis, during their treatment and beyond. All the Leukaemia Foundation's services are free. Let's keep them that way. Thank you in advance for your support. Cheers
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MINUTES OF GENERAL MEETING HELD AT ADELAIDE HIGH SCHOOL 3rd February 2012 MEETING COMMENCED 7.40pm Thanks to Rosie & Alan for the wonderful BBQ – a sell out President went through the raffle prizes. Apologies: Paul & Jodie Ewins, Bernie & Kevin, Rebekah Candy, Wayne Fidler, Liz Sloper, MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETING Minutes of previous meeting were read. Accepted by Val Oakley seconded Richard Temple all in favour Business arising – none SECRETARIES REPORT Usual Magazines – not in attendance TREASURERS REPORT Accepted Bruce Mitchell and Rosie Whelan seconded MEMBERSHIP Grace Gent paid her membership tonight COMING TRIPS 25th March Para Wirra 10am North Oval, park entry fee Trip suggestion sheets returned from last meeting, thank you, anyone who has forms please hand them in. Peak school holidays at Easter Wallaroo North Beach Day Para Wirra Family Day Para Wirra Quarry Hike Mt Lofty Summit Walk We need more trips and new trip leaders. Date to be arranged for Clean up Australia Day in winter at Pt Broughton PROPERTIES Nothing to report 4WD ASSOCIATION there hasn’t been a meeting DRIVER TRAINING not in attendance INSURANCE Information as per the minutes. WEB CO-ORDINATOR trip reports were old, added upcoming trips, current Bullsheet included. 4
EDITORS REPORT Hope you liked it, did you like the old stories, didnâ€™t initially realise it was Howard Ryan. GENERAL BUSINESS Warning snakes hatching now. Currently there is a $2 fee for advertisements in the Bullsheet; Editor would like to rescind this, Proposed by Paul Shinks accepted by Members. Just a general ad, not in competition with our sponsors, advertisement will be at the Editors discretion. TRIP REPORTS Silver Sands Beach Report Paul & Jodie got married, 21st January. Next committee meeting 17th Helen Manson Raffle prizes drawn Meeting closed 8.30 pm
If your name is on a trip sheet and you are unable to go on the trip, PLEASE CONTACT THE TRIP LEADER and let them know. This is only common courtesy, and enables the trip leader to manage the trip efficiently. Where possible, trip leadersâ€™ home and mobile phone numbers are printed on these pages so you can contact them even up to the day of the trip 5
March 2012 MON
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25 Family Fun Day
March Birthdays 6 PAUL KINNEAR 11 ROSIE WHELAN 12 TAMMY LAM
March Anniversaries 24 ALAN & ROSIE WHELAN * 28 PETE & PAT WEEDING*
UPCOMING TRIPS SHOW OF INTEREST REQUIRED FOR: SENIOR FIRST AID TRAINING COURSE DATE TBA ORDER OF CLUB EMBROIDERED SHIRTS, HATS and BEANIES
Peake When: TBC but will be for 2 or 3 days during the week in the April school holidays. Leader: Glenn Millis Phone : 0412567566 Grade: As easy or as hard as you want it Meet: TBA Notes: Usual fun in the sand., but need to be completely self sufficient Para Wirra Recreation Park Family Day When: 25th March Leader: Paul Shinks Phone: 82635384 0404046066 Grade: easy Note: $9 entry fee per car, meeting at the North Oval. Para Wirra Quarry Hike Take a walk back in time through a landscape dotted with old gold mining shafts and tunnels. When: 29th April Leader: Paul Shinks Phone: 82635384 0404046066 Grade: very physical Meet: North Oval Para Wirra Recreation park car park Para Wirra at 9am Notes: $9 entry fee. 4 hours/8.4 k m’s return well worn in Walking shoes are a must, appropriate clothing, drinking water, and nibbles for the way. Trip: Border Track Run Trip: Leader: Paul Ewins Date: Saturday 5th May – Monday 7th May Meet: Tailem Bend Shell Servo 9am Saturday morning Grade: Easy to Medium Phone: 0408 484 398 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Details: The border track runs along the SA/VIC border, entrance to Pine Hut Soak is 5km south of Pinnaroo, turn right onto Rosy Pine Road. We’ll be taking the family so will be setting up a base camp at pine hut soak and doing day trips on Saturday and a Sunday before heading home early Monday afternoon. Feel free to meet us at Pine Hut soak later Saturday.
Mount Lofty Summit Walk When: 27th May Leader: Paul Shinks Phone: 82635384 0404046066 Grade: very physical Meet: Waterfall Gully car park at 10am Notes: 3 hours/3.5km’s return well worn in Walking shoes are a must, appropriate clothing, drinking water, and nibbles for the way and money for a coffee at the café’ Trip: Peake Date: 8th – 11th of June Trip Leader – Paul Ewins Grade: Everything from easy to very hard depending on what you want to do. Meet: Me and the family will head up Friday morning and I will also be meeting people at Tailem Bend shell servo Saturday morning at 9am. Phone: Paul on 0408 484 398 or email email@example.com Cost: $15 per car per day Details: Peake is property located 50km from Tailem Bend on the Lameroo road; it basically consists of sand and rocks. It offers everything from beginner driving right through to advanced sand driving you pick what you want to tackle there is no obligation to try anything you’re not comfortable with. I will also be running a series of events on the Sunday which we call the Subikhana some of the events are a hill climb challenge, camp cook off and camp Karaoke as well as more. This is a fun filled day full of laughs and again there’s on obligation to be involved you can just watch if you wish. Please either put or name on the trip sheet or let the trip leader know if you intend on coming. If you for any reason have to pull out at the last minute again let the trip leader know. When entering the property ensure you call the trip leader on channel 10 to let them know you’re on the property.
ITS ON AGAIN IN MARCH The great tradition continues: The pre meeting BBQ in the Quadrangle behind the meeting room continues while we still have day light savings, starting at 6:30pm. Just follow the hall after coming down the stairs to the far doors instead of turning right to go into the meeting room. Snags in bread and cans of drinks are $1 each Come along and enjoy the early spring weather with good mates at the club before the meeting commences, and help raise some cash for the club at the same time.
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THE FIRST FRIDAY OF APRIL BEING GOOD FRIDAY
PARA WIRRA RECREATION PARK Para Wirra Recreation Park offers a beautiful bushland setting with many recreational facilities in which to enjoy the park's wildlife located 40km north east of Adelaide. Access is via Humbug Scrub Road, One Tree Hill.
Bushwalking along the many trails throughout the park is a popular activity where western grey kangaroos can be frequently seen at dawn and dusk. Watching emus strut through the picnic grounds is a common sight, especially around lunchtime. This family friendly park has a sports oval that is ideal for a game of cricket on a lazy afternoon. You can even bring your pet dog for a walk, provided it is on a lead. Escape the city rush and spend a night or two as evening falls in the rustic Mack Creek Hut. Surrounded by nature, the hut can sleep up to eight people and is ideal for bushwalkers, nature enthusiasts and small groups. Facilities include solar lighting, a gas ring cooker and an outdoor toilet. Please note that there are no fridge or shower facilities. Bookings are required and there is a small fee of $40 for exclusive use per night If you are interested in volunteering at the Para Wirra Recreation Park contact the DENR Volunteer Support Unit GPO Box 1047 Adelaide SA 5001 Email: DENRVolunteers@sa.gov.au Phone: (+61 8) 8124 4784 Facilities:
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Walking trails Sports oval Picnic areas Gas barbeques Toilets (wheelchair accessible) Accommodation (1 hut) Important information: This park may be closed on days of extreme fire danger All wood fires or solid fuel fires are prohibited throughout the year. Gas fires are permitted in designated areas only, other than on days of Total Fire Ban.
Lets pick on Suzukiâ€Ś.ha ha ha ha Q: What's the difference between a Suzuki and the principal's office? A: It's less embarrassing if your friends see you leaving the principal's office. Q: Why do they put sidewalks beside most streets and highways? A: So Suzuki owners have a safe place to walk home. Q: What's the difference between a Suzuki and a Porcupine? A: When it comes to a Suzuki , the prick is on the inside. Q: Why do they fit ABS braking systems to the latest Suzuki ? A: So the driver can stop quicker to pick up the fallen off parts. Q: How do you make a Suzuki go faster downhill? A: Turn off the engine. Q: What is the difference between a Suzuki and a shopping trolley? A: A shopping trolley is much easier to push. Q: Why are the latest Suzuki so aerodynamically designed? A: It improves the Chevy tow truck's fuel consumption. Q: What is the aim of a Suzuki project car? A: An attempt to keep the Suzuki running. Q: What is the difference between a Suzuki and a tampon? A: A tampon comes with it's own tow rope. Q: Why are Suzuki dealers giving away a dog with each Suzuki sold? A: So the owner has a companion to walk home with. Q: How do you double the value of a Suzuki Sierra? A: Full the tank with petrol. Q: What did the Toyota say to the Suzuki ? A: Would you like a tow home? Q: What do you call a Suzuki at the top of a Hill? A: A Miracle. Q: What do you call two Suzuki at the top of a hill? A: A mirage. Q: What do you call a Suzuki with dual exhausts? A: A wheelbarrow "Friends don't let friends drive Suzuki ."
Student who obtained 0% in their exam……… but didn't get one answer wrong.
Q1. In which battle did Napoleon die? A. his last battle Q2. Where was the Declaration of Independence signed? A. at the bottom of the page Q3. River Ravi flows in which state? A. liquid Q4. What is the main reason for divorce? A. marriage Q5. What is the main reason for failure? A. exams Q6. What can you never eat for breakfast? A. Lunch & dinner Q7. What looks like half an apple? *A. The other half Q8. If you throw a red stone into the blue sea what it will become? *A. wet Q9. How can a man go eight days without sleeping ? *A. No problem, he sleeps at night. Q10. How can you lift an elephant with one hand? A. You will never find an elephant that has only one hand. Q11. If you had three apples and four oranges in one hand and four apples and three oranges in other hand, what would you have ? *A. Very large hands Q12. If it took eight men ten hours to build a wall, how long would it take four men to build it? A. No time at all, the wall is already built. Q13. How can you drop a raw egg onto a concrete floor without cracking it? A. Any way you want, concrete floors are very hard to crack. Thanks Val and Andrew Oakley for these Jokes
JUST JOKES After being married for thirty years, a wife asked her husband to describe her. He looked at her for a while ... Then said, "You're A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K." She asks ... "What does that mean?" He said, "Adorable, Beautiful, Cute, Delightful, Elegant, Foxy, Gorgeous, Hot. She smiled happily and said ... "Oh, that's so lovely ... What about I, J, K?" He said, "I'm Just Kidding!" The swelling in his eye is going down and the doctor is fairly optimistic that he will be able to use his jaw eventually. Two older ladies were discussing their husbands over tea. "I do wish that my George would stop biting his nails. He makes me terribly nervous." "My Herbert used to do the same thing," the older woman replied. "But I broke him of the habit." "How?" "I hid his teeth." BEING THANKFUL The Rabbi said to a precocious six-year-old boy, "So your mother says your prayers for you each night? That's very commendable. What does she say?" The little boy replied, "She says, 'Thank God he's in bed!' " Holdup man: "Stick 'em up or else." Victim: "Or else what?" Holdup man: "Don't confuse me - this is my first job." A frog goes into a bank and approaches the teller. He can see from her nametag that her name is Patricia Whack. "Miss Whack, I'd like to get a $30,000 loan to take a holiday." Patty looks at the frog in disbelief and asks his name. The frog says his name is Kermit Jagger, his dad is Mick Jagger, and that it's okay, he knows the bank manager. Patty explains that he will need to secure the loan with some collateral. The frog says, "Sure. I have this," and produces a tiny porcelain elephant, about an inch tall, bright pink and perfectly formed. Very confused, Patty explains that she'll have to consult with the bank manager and disappears into a back office. She finds the manager and says, "There's a frog called Kermit Jagger out there who claims to know you and wants to borrow $30,000, and he wants to use this as collateral." She holds up the tiny pink elephant. "I mean, what in the world is this?" The bank manager looks back at her and says. "It's a knickknack, Patty Whack. Give the frog a loan, His old man's a Rolling Stone." Q: Which day is stronger, Sunday or Monday? A: Sunday. Monday is a weekday. Q: What does an envelope say when you lick it? A: Nothing. It just shuts up. Q: What did the teddy bear say when he was offered dessert? A: No thanks, I'm stuffed! Q: Where did the king keep his armies? A: Up his sleevies.
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The location of the next Committee meeting is at Berlinda and Karl Teigesser’s house 8359 5673 Please be ready to start the meeting at 7:30 pm sharp. Please bring a plate of supper to share. IMPORTANT NOTICE IF YOU ARE TAKING PART IN ANY CLUB EVENTS, YOU MUST PUT YOUR NAME ON THE TRIP SHEET TO ENSURE THAT YOU ARE COVERED BY THE CLUB’S PUBLIC LIABILITY INSURANCE. YOU CAN DO THIS AT A MEETING OR BY RINGING THE CLUB TRIP CO-ORDINATOR AFTER THE LAST CLUB MEETING BEFORE A TRIP, PLEASE INFORM THE TRIP LEADER OF ANY ADDITIONS OR CANCELLATIONS PRIOR TO THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE TRIP THIS IS FOR YOUR OWN PROTECTION AND OURS! Did you know that it is in the club constitution that your car must be maintained in good roadworthy condition with a minimum of 3rd party property insurance? Do you have a fire extinguisher with you on club trips? It’s a club rule that you carry one. What about a first aid kit, the club has quite a good one to borrow at any time. All we ask is that you replace anything that gets used or removed from the kit.