Up and Downers Bushwalking Club
I hope you all enjoyed the Christmas Do. Thank you all for making it a success.
All the best for Christmas and New Year. Dave C.

Last walk

Saturday: 7 December 2019. 7 walkers enjoyed (?) a smoke filled wander along the harbour. The views would have been lovely if we could have seen them but we have all seen them before. However we did see many water dragons, some brush turkeys (some even were tagged - but why would you tag a brush turkey?) and many dogs on the various beaches. Also the promised runners kept us standing aside as they puffed past us. Early on it was decided to not do the complete return walk so after swim (2 of the group) and lunch at Balmoral we caught the bus to the zoo and walked from there back to the cars. Drinks were had at the renovated and very crowded Mosman Rowers and enjoyed by all.

Next walk

Saturday : 1 February. Watson's Bay to Double Bay. Harbour views, remnant bushland, excellent swimming opportunities.
Distance: 12kms
Grade: Medium
Risk Assessment: Hard surface walking, road crossings, sun exposure, sharks.
Meeting Point: 8:30am Corner of Military rd and Clovelly st, Watson's Bay. Pam and I will be parking at Watson's Bay and catching a bus back to our car from Double Bay.
Leader: Scott Forbes


Walking: Scott, Pam, David, Val,Justin, Wendy, Eva,

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Article at bottom of page re ticks is very informative. Please read. Val does carry a can of stuff to freeze them off on walks, but depending on where you live you might like to obtain your own.

The current program is available here. Activities_Guide__Jan_to_July_2020__ISSUED_14_JAN_.pdf

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Tick Guidelines Allergic-Reactions-to-Tick-Bites-presentation-17_3_13-pdf_(1).pdf