The evening's live entertainment was brought to us by Jon 'the hips' Quinlan, I think it would be fair to say that his soulful rendition of 'Knock, knock, knockin' on heavens door' brought tears (of laughter) to our eyes. Once we wrestled the microphone away from him, the real entertainment was provide by Steve Deal and some awesome musicians.
Eelzy was multi-tasking - from leading the ride, to acting as an excellent backrest and personally tucking certain members into bed - he's a diligent little road captain! Into Goulburn the next morning for breakfast, which was the chilliest part of the ride, but then the sun came out and it was a great ride back to Bomaderry. It was really good weekend, thanks to everybody who organised it and everyone for participating - the company is what makes it so special.
We had perfect winter riding weather for our overnighter to The Loaded Dog in Tarago. Quite a sizeable group gathered at Yallah and with Eelzy leading the charge, it was destination Batemans Bay for lunch. We then shot up the Clyde Mountain which was fun, and arrived at The Loaded Dog at precisely 3pm. Choir practice started immediately and it became a little like band camp - the gentlemen were downstairs partaking of a cleansing ale or 3 and the girls were upstairs trying on each others clothes! (I may be exaggerating slightly).