It is that time of the year again when businesses remind us that it is better to buy than to make and nothing says I know bugger all about you like a $10 gift card, however it is also when some people spend a small truckload of cash on decorating their house and it would be remiss of us not to get out there and enjoy looking at them.

Meeting point for this journey into the fake snowfields of the northern suburbs is going to be the corner of Bridge Inn Rd and Yan Yean Rd in Doreen in the car park of the Doreen Recreation Reserve at around 8pm'ish on the 22nd.

Once it is suitably dark enough we will cruise into shoebox city and take on the masses at what is becoming a growing number of houses in one street putting on an impressive display with Ice Cream van and goodies and even Beer was being handed out last year by a rather frightening looking Santa Helper.  From there we will go on to find a few of the smaller displays and really just keep ourselves amused for a few hours driving around finding people to talk too and lights to look at. At the time of writing this is I have no idea where the good displays are going to be so bring a sense of adventure and hopefully the evening will be nice and warm.

More details maybe available on the website or via an email just prior to the evening.

 

Terry 911

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The annual cruise from Port Melbourne to the Pennisular is on as usual for the first Sunday of the New Year and you get a whole 6 days, instead of six hours, to get over your NYE hangovers this year. It is a simple idea for a drive each year with the intention being to travel as close to the beach as practical chewing through a few dinosaurs and just letting the thonged throng know that the Moke Club exists and then once we get some where we turn around and go home.

May have a different bit of a plan for the day once we get down around Rosebud, trying to encourage a few more members down there off their beach towels, so we may or may not get to see Portsea this year but more details closer to the day on the website and via email.

Starting point is near the entrance to Station Pier on Beach St at 8:30 for a 9am start with usual pick ups from the side of the road along the way at Mordiallic and Frankston and depending on how other plans progress we may or may not stop at Mt Martha for the usual morning tea stop. Come along in your Moke with a tank full of dinosaurs remains, some sunscreen and hat(but who am I, your mother, to be telling you that) and maybe a few nibbles and drinks incase we don't stop for morning tea. Lunch should be near shops, but keep an eye out for the final details.

 

Terry 911

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The annual Mokes  Ocean Road cruise is on again as we take on locals and tourists alike while we get stuck behind some lesser mortals who got their drivers licence and consciousness off the cereal packet crawling along the engineering masterpiece that is the Great Ocean Road. Due to lack of Tracks for January this is being written some months in advance so keep an eye out for finer details closer to the event.

The meeting point is the BP Service Centre  at Little River on the southbound side with a departure time of 9am sharp, but other than that can provide much more details, just remember it is a Saturday trip.

Terry 911

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