03 Feb 2019


Kapunda, SA


Well the Mercury tipped at 39 degrees, but that didn’t deter a hardy group of 16 people from enthusiastically doing a modified Northern cruise, amended last minute from the planned Greenock Aviation museum cruise that will now be in a couple of months time when the weather supports the event!

We were pleased to welcome a new member – Michael, and Richard for his second cruise with son Zeke, along with lots of “oldies”, and our young Moseleys! The hills and paddocks through to Kapunda were so bare and dry, but we still saw ‘Map’ the Miner standing sentry at the entrance to the town, a reminder of SA’s early days. We had a snack at the bakery ready for our meandering drive through the back roads of the Barossa, to then come to the picturesque Tanunda, and visit the old fashioned milk bar “Sweet As”, that reminded us of Happy Days diner! Some great laughs as we sat round the booths and shared holiday stories, sampled ice-cream and milkshakes, before some photos of our beautiful cars as usual, and farewelling friends to make our way home. Thanks to all who braved the heat, and looking forward to the museum and BBQ another day!

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