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The ATHS weekend at Barham was a great weekend for those who came along. We held the General Meeting on the Sunday in the beautiful setting of Rob and Ruth Mc Clure’s backyard on the banks of the mighty Murray River.
Saturday the Border Flywheelers museum opened up for us to have a look around and the women of the museum fed us also, we can’t thank them enough for their hospitality and showing us around.
Tommy Underwood (Rob’s neighbor) along with the McClure’s put in a huge effort to have us at their home, for that we appreciate. Rob did many a trip up the river with his boat, taking us all out and it was pretty awesome.
The Tudor Tavern in Barham catered our dinner for the night and what ATHS event is not complete without Ian Sidebottom standing on his head entertaining all.
Thanks to all who organized and helped with this event.