There will be another working bee at the Pharos Gully on Saturday 27th April. Anzac Day is on the Thursday and many people are planning to take the Friday off as well and make it a great long weekend. Spare an hour and come to the gully to help move a new pile of rocks.
The end of this project is inching ever closer and Walter is going great guns. He can’t do the work though without our help getting the rocks to him.
I will be holding a BBQ for all the volunteers and Bogong Equipment, The Wilderness Shop and the Victorian Climbing Club have donated some prize/giveaways for those who do help out. Update: Mosaic Myotherapy have come on board and given $20 off vouchers to all the volunteers who attend for one of their sessions. Fab! I am keeping my fingers crossed we can make this working bee a big one. Means we don’t have to have another one for quite a while then 🙂
Drop me a line and let me know and for catering purposes if you are attending the bbq whether you are carnivore, vegetarian or vegan. Would hate to not have enough to feed the masses!
WHERE: Mt Arapiles, Pharos Gully
WHEN: Saturday, 27th April 3 -5 pm.
MEET: Bottom of the Pharos gully
If you are looking for some partners to climb with, the VCC are running a combined trip/working bee weekend. See below for the link
More info here: http://www.vicclimb.org.au/index.php?location=events