Some 22-odd riders left at 9.30 from
meeting place to our first stop for morning tea at Rocky Gully. (Now
Chester you’ve got me worried - in what way were these 22 riders odd?
- ha ha - Bob) Different routes were taken for various reasons only
known to the riders but the majority went via Narrikup across to the
Denmark Barker road onto Muir Hway.
When at Rocky Gully, Daniel said he had just clocked over 200kms
already but as crow flies lived only a squirt through the bush. Be good
if that Nornalup Road got sealed (dream on).
Bob J gave every one who was “listening” the gen on the next leg to
Kojonup , via a left turn at Frankland out to the Kojonup Frankland
Road (5kms) which comes out on to the Kojy - Boyup Brook 7kms west of
Very pleasant ride through here although one
could have been in
some foreign country with sightings of camels, ostriches and strange
looking sheep. Lunch was mainly in the park near the Kodger place where
Margaret from Katanning were there to greet us. They had ridden across
on their 650 Burgman.
From here members went in all directions, some
east to Broomehill back
through the Stirlings, others straight down the Hwy and the rest
sticking to the game plan back down the Shamrock Rd, left onto the
Frankland Cranbrook Rd, right onto Stockyard Rd with afternoon tea at
Lake Nunijup then home.
All up it was a very pleasant day: 26degrees, no wind to speak of, good company and some 415kms travelled.