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The Melbourne Bushies - Fifty years along the track (1940-90)

Nick (Fidel) Cole and the end of his caving suit.
Nick (Fidel) Cole and the end of his caving suit. It was removed and ceremoniously cremated, 14 January 1967.
Bob Steel

replace the seating in preparation for the Sunday walk. As the leader and organiser of these trips, I used to go back to Clayton with Denis to help him with this.

Over the years interest in Club cycling has ranged from high to low. At one stage, when Jopie Bodegraven was our excellent Walks Secretary, interest in cycling plummeted to such a low that the Club had to subsidise a couple of trips and Jopie was forced to cancel van cycle