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2020 Vision at Kingston

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Must be time for an official 2020 Kingston thread.  Dates will be however long you wish to stay up until Australia Day (26th Jan). (later if you wish).  Some of us turn up two weeks prior, some one week prior.  It's all very casual with no particular structure.  I think the Blokarts will be there again this year - if you've got any details of that, pop it in below.    Let's hope for a dry claypan and a clean beach.  I'm booked in 13th - 26th and will bring a few more single liners this year as the foreshore fly is becoming more and more spectacular every year.  Looking forward to seeing you all there.

 

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Not sure on our dates yet John, but we are booked in from 11th - 27th January. 

We've a collection of single liners steadily growing so it will be great to have those in the air - great for when it's no good to buggy!

Looking forwards to it!

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10 hours ago, .Joel said:

We won't be there this year, it's too close to No2.  Does anyone know if Sandy Grove is still operating?

No.2!!!

Congratulations, you kept that quiet!!!!

Robyn passed away last Australia Day and since then her family were selling off a lot of Sandy Grove's property. I wish I could have homed her guinea fowl. 

@jhn.holgate - We will be arriving on the 18th :) and I'll pack the bike.

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On 12/22/2019 at 9:44 AM, Mez said:

Robyn passed away last Australia Day and since then her family were selling off a lot of Sandy Grove's property.

I washoping that someone had taken over the reigns of the cafe/farm.  Unfortunately not.

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Pretty good actually.  Rob and Chook are still buggying atm.  Lots of single line kites on the foreshore - particularly stunning on Australia Day.  I've been out of action with a bung foot so the buggy stayed on the car this trip.  Claypan was in good nic - I believe there was some blokart/landyacht racing going on.  I think Rob and Chook were out there a couple times.  Cooler than usual though.  I've got some pics and videos to go through - though no buggying this year.

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