Patrol Forum and NOROC Event: Saturday 02 February 2019

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Re: Patrol Forum and NOROC Event: Saturday 02 February 2019

Post by georgeb » 10 Jan 2019 07:52

Jorrie wrote:
09 Jan 2019 20:40
Any more takers?
Môre Jorrie - moontlik nog 2 x Navara's met 4 persone - wag net vir bevestiging.
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Re: Patrol Forum and NOROC Event: Saturday 02 February 2019

Post by Jorrie » 10 Jan 2019 09:07

Dankie George. Laat weet asb.

Met al die reen wat ons nou kry kan dit baie interessant raak.
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Re: Patrol Forum and NOROC Event: Saturday 02 February 2019

Post by Peter Connan » 10 Jan 2019 14:00

Ek is baie lus maar gaan nie nou beloftes maak nie. Wat is die laatste wat ek kan aansluit?
Mag ons ons kenniskry met lekkerkry aanhoukry.

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Re: Patrol Forum and NOROC Event: Saturday 02 February 2019

Post by georgeb » 10 Jan 2019 14:22

Peter Connan wrote:
10 Jan 2019 14:00
Ek is baie lus maar gaan nie nou beloftes maak nie. Wat is die laatste wat ek kan aansluit?
Middag Peter - Woensdag 30/01 - dit is nou vir getalle vir 02/02.
Groete/Regards,

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Re: Patrol Forum and NOROC Event: Saturday 02 February 2019

Post by Wayside » 16 Jan 2019 20:09

Is the venue child friendly? My midget is only 3.

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Re: Patrol Forum and NOROC Event: Saturday 02 February 2019

Post by georgeb » 16 Jan 2019 21:02

Good evening Wayside

The venue consists of two portions opposite sides from the main road passing by. The "main" side where the building complex as well as the training track are, is child friendly but not to such an extent that you can leave a 3 year old unattended to - this is where we will convene and start the day.

The opposite side is off the beaten track and not child friendly - this is where we will spend the bulk of the day.

It will be good to have you on the day.
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Re: Patrol Forum and NOROC Event: Saturday 02 February 2019

Post by Alex Roux » 17 Jan 2019 08:02

Wayside wrote:
16 Jan 2019 20:09
Is the venue child friendly? My midget is only 3.
EJ

There are various obstacles that can be attempted by drivers within the group at the same time.
Therefore we do not necessarily follow a trail as such (although that can also be done), and people outside of their cars need to keep a lookout of who is attempting which obstacle. The areas beyond the top of an obstacle is mostly not visible to the driver when approaching it from the bottom.

You will definitely need to attend to you little one at all times. or make sure he remains in the car when not attended to.
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Re: Patrol Forum and NOROC Event: Saturday 02 February 2019

Post by Wayside » 17 Jan 2019 13:08

Thanks gents, we will definitely attend. The little man will never leave my side, just wanted to make sure it was alright to bring him. Will bring management as well.

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Re: Patrol Forum and NOROC Event: Saturday 02 February 2019

Post by georgeb » 19 Jan 2019 15:38

1. Jorrie J, 2
2. Missey J, 2
3. Juan L, 2
4. Pieter B, 3
5. George B, 1
6. Frikkie dP, 2
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9. Riaan D, 2
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11. Andre en Heleen K, 2
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16. Serv - 1
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Groete/Regards,

George Brittnell

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