First Breakfast for 2016 at Warragamba

P1030979   CopyWhat better way to kick off the 2016 Western Sydney Historical Truck Club calendar of events than to enjoy breakfast at the Warragamba picnic centre.  The day was perfect with a bright sunny cloudless sky and the fantastic support of members and their families. 

The breakfast preparation took a little longer to process this day because there were over 100 hungry mouths to feed and water, and numerous vintage vehicles to find parking for.  There was the usual catching up after the Christmas break and the telling of stories and stretching of “true lies”.
P1030987   CopyThere were a few interesting vehicles in the parking area that we have not seen before and certainly made heads turn.  Firstly Bruce Gunter had brought his recently acquired 1956 Cadillac Coupe de Ville –a very large and stunning car.  Alongside the Caddie there was a very bright blue Morris Oxford ute –also a stunning looking vehicle
P1030989A meeting of members was held after breakfast to discuss some important issues for 2016. Everyone had gathered around Trevor Ellwood’s red White and the club’s new ‘old’ trailer, a gift to the club, to be used at shows as a catering unit where we members can grab a coffee, a meal or a bed for the night at shows like Dubbo.  It was the main topic for discussion after the breaky.  The trailer needs a few repairs to the roof, electrical wiring and lighting, ceiling panelling, cosmetic repairs to the exterior and painting throughout. The initial work would be done at Andy’s place.
There was one other item that had to be addressed, - the presentation to Bob Miller for the “Break Down” award because he was unable to receive his award at the Christmas party,