Discussion in 'NSW' started by Luckyphil, Feb 16, 2020.
That’s the only one I can’t do.
No worries- can see this being a regular thing.
Lock me in for the next one.
Would rather wait till it’s cooler anyway so we can get a bigger fire happening
Enjoy fellow T3’ers
Make sure there are plenty of pics taken at the event, to post up here, for those that can’t make it to enjoy............. and be annoyed at what we missed...
That is the plan. Hoping it will become a regular event.
Looks like a great night!!! Would love to get there but work has me tied up.
Hopefully it will be a great turn out and it will become a regular event!!
Thank you to all those that responded to the survey. Event details should be out shortly. For those just reading this now the date fixed is 21st March 2020
Looking forward to it
With the end of summer just around the corner and temps falling we will def have a fire pit at the T3 Camp over 21/3/20
Awesome - are you bringing you already heat treated version Phil?
Yes will bring it
What else do we need to bring Phil?
Stuff to cook, something to cook them on or has Andy got a big BBQ planned?
Let us know phil what you want us to contribute. wood? food? bacon and eggs, ice........
Justine will have a flyer for me to post by tomorrow I hope
Entry Form & Details
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and if able to print then bring signed form with you on the day. If no no worry as forms will be available on the day.
you guys are alienating for no reason
sorry for sparking retaliation
Completely disagree. So far only you and David H have felt this way and in fact we have received encouragement from a wide variety of KC community. Just because 2 people sadly and incorrectly feel this way dosnt make it so.
Please dont try and turn this into some political correctness issue.
No alienating - I t’s a chance for people with a T3 to catch up with one of the best T3 mechanics in the business and have a social learning night.
It’s not a camp out / booze up / Sunday cruise in a State Forest.
It’s an ever shrinking knowledge base that is trying to be kept alive. A work in progress and it’s a “suck and see” as we see how it goes.
As an atheist I don’t go to bible nights - even though some of my good friends do.
Nothing wrong, I guess with a bible night, but there I no need for me to go there
You should go to Bible nights
Could be interesting to be part of the discussion
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