Event Pictures - 2010
Guilderton/Moore River run and lunch
Photos by: John Hartley
Sunday the 16th of June 2010 and the Charger Club of WA find themselves gathering for a run up to Guilderton/Moore River.
Having kept an eye on the weather bureaus forecast leading up to the weekend’s run it was reported to be a sunny day with cloudy periods – funnily enough the bureau got it spot on for a change, so hats off to them - because this would give us all very favourable driving conditions.
The car park at Bunning’s in Joondalup was the gathering point as we jostled with hardware’s weekend warriors both getting in and out of the busy car park. We had our usual pre-cruise meet and greet before Blake Coulson took up the mantle as the lead car and at 10.30 we followed him out onto the highways and byways to get to our destination.
Blake lead us northward at a nice easy pace and we managed to stay mostly in convoy all the way to the Moore River turn off where, as usual on most cruises we encountered the obligatory road works to mess up any pre-cruise polishing we had done, but Blake’s directions were spot on and we arrived at 11.20 safe and sound and lined the cars up in the car park, had another chat and photo session as Ron was away organising lunch at the Café.
Unfortunately there was a tour bus due in to fill the inside eating area and we ended up on the outside balcony area which was very pleasant and in fact got very hot sitting in full sun. Fish and Chips was the favourite fair washed down with soft drinks and the Café staff did their best to keep us happy under the circumstances, fortunately our meals came out before the flock off the bus arrived.
We had 12 x Vehicles attending as far as I was aware and I hope that I managed to get at least one photo of every vehicle that attended?
Another attendee was an opportunistic Ute seller who must have known we were coming and set up his ‘for sale’ sign near our line-up
Soon we were back in the car park having another chat and wander around the cars before saddling up to head back home, and one by one the cars left Moore River behind them until next time.
Thanks to All Those Who Attended