Driving Skills at The Wolfgangs 07
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Navigation Run and Driving Skills Days at the Wolfgangs

Sunday 7th October 2007

Broke Park.jpg (308749 bytes)We met at the park in Maitland. Don Anderson had once again organised a navigational event for us. Sadly not many members choNic2.JPG (270598 bytes)se to participate. However those that did all had splendid white Jaguars over 35 years old. Don explained the details of the run which as always is never too difficult. After the first navigational section we all met at Broke for morning tea. Then continued in Convoy to the Wolfgangs property near Denman. Here we met up with members of the NDVCC upper hunter branch and a few more JDCHR members who had opted not to join us for the navigational section.

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Robert Lewis from the NDVCC had set up a number of driving skills events, including guessing the size of gates, stopping the car at the correct distance and reversing down narrow lanes.Dog.jpg (353643 bytes)

 

 

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Michael Shanahan attempts the reversing challenge, with success!

 

 

 

The Wolfgangs are serious collectors. Later in the day we had the opportunity to view some of their collection.

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The Shanahans browse through a paddock of bit and pieces, better check their boot before they leave. Dennis also has a bit of a collecting problem!

 

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This is a tower of bicycles!

 

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Just some of the tractors collected by Geoff Wolfgang

 

 

Rusty Cars.jpg (204993 bytes)A row of cars ready for restoration?

What a great day out! A navigation run, a driving skills day and a tour of a fantastic collection of everything. Thanks to The Wolfgangs, Robert Lewis of the  NDVCC and of course Don Anderson

Penny Farthing.jpg (160722 bytes) Geoff Wolfgang showed off his Penny Farthing riding skills.

The Jaguars for once were
 not the focus of attention.

 

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