Well the great adventure is over and the jet lag is now diminishing.
We got back safely to the UK, only to be greeted by a garden that was two feet high in grass and weeds. The English summer had come early and following our ‘Wettest Winter Ever’ things just grew and grew while we were away.
Eillen and I just want to put on record our greatest thanks to all that participated in the Sydney experience and afterwards on the RVFR Tagalong Muster - both Aussies and those from further afield. It was an experience never to forget, made more memorable by the efforts of the Aussie Brigade to ensure that we had a good time - whether we wanted to or not!
Of course, John and Heather Spath deserve special mention for all their efforts in making the Tagalong go so smoothly, but, on a personal level both to David and Kesley Court and Lis and Brian Chapman for being our personal ‘guides’, giving service above and beyond the call of duty!
For those who are interested, I have some photos taken at the Sydney ‘Yellow bag packing’ day and also at the Paella night., I will make these available via my Dropbox, please feel to to copy these out if you need them. Here is the link... click here
So, once again, many thanks to all concerned.
If you are in UK, you are always welcome at our house - and also on a ICFR caravan / camper van rally. Just shout!
Looking forward to the ‘reunion’ in Atlanta 2017.
Stewart & Eileen
Rotary Club of Hereford Wye Valley
Rotary RPIC Zone 18a (Southern England) 2012-2015
Rotary International Alumni Committee 2014-2015
PDG Rotary District 1100