Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

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Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby brian/5 » Sun May 17, 2020 8:57 pm

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Now that we have access to our usual ride locations suggest we resume our mid week ride.
So planning to leaving Ascot Shell at 7:15 to meet any of the team at Mundaring Dome to leave around 9:00
Destination to be decided on the day.

I need to home midday so will only be there for the run out.

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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby pspencer » Mon May 18, 2020 5:27 pm

Great idea Brian! I’ll be there. With a forecast of fine weather suggest we venture into the Wheatbelt - cause we can now! Goomalling or Calingiri comes to mind but Democratically Decided Destination with social distancing will of course be practiced, all suggestions considered. Let’s decide at Dome. Will check if some of our favoured restaurants are open.
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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby Swampy » Mon May 18, 2020 6:39 pm

I will be attending and Brian Bolton and Steve Nurzo have both expressed their interest in joining us for a ride!! 8)

Dome Mundaring was closed this morning when I passed through there so maybe a Hip Flask will be the order of the day? :shock:

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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby pspencer » Tue May 19, 2020 7:08 am

Swampy how is the CCCafe?
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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby Swampy » Tue May 19, 2020 8:19 am

Peter, They were still there and providing a good service and food but were a little unhappy with the restrictions only permitting 20 seats for patrons.
The owner will always find something to moan about though! :lol:

However it was early early days and there weren't a lot of people anyway and I managed to score a table.

As per requirements you have to provide your name as well as a contact number.

As mentioned in my ride report, there appeared to be a lot of country folk heading in towards Perth but there were also a lot of caravans heading out into the wheat belt towns!!

It will be interesting to see if the Dome in Mundaring is open on Thursday as it was closed and deserted yesterday morning?
But the Lakes Servo serve up a very nice coffee too if people are looking for a heart starter before heading off where ever?

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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby pspencer » Tue May 19, 2020 12:18 pm

Thanks Swampy sounds like it was a chilly ride though. Brian I think you mean leave Shell Ascot at 8:15 not 7:15??
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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby profoundly_disturbed » Tue May 19, 2020 9:12 pm

Mundaring Dome is closed for the duration.

A good option is Cafe Mojo in Mundaring, they now open at 08:00 - good coffee, good food and easy parking. 16 Craig Street
Mundaring
Go past the Dome on your left, at the next roundabout turn left, the cafe is around 200 metres on the right.
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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby bwanainoz » Tue May 19, 2020 10:59 pm

Will be at Shell Ascot 0815. Are we locking in Cafe Mojo as the pre-departure meet point in Mundaring?
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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby pspencer » Wed May 20, 2020 7:53 am

Thanks Chris great idea. Cafe Mojo as pre departure meeting point makes sense to me.
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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby evermey@gmail.com » Wed May 20, 2020 12:10 pm

Lot of socializing on the forem so far. My bit would be Shell /Mojo / Calingiri
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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby brian/5 » Wed May 20, 2020 12:54 pm

I am ok for 8:15 Ascot departure.
Mojo sounds good did not realise that they are now opening earlier.
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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby Nurzo » Wed May 20, 2020 6:06 pm

See you all at MoJo's
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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby pspencer » Fri May 22, 2020 5:27 pm

I just punched in a full ride report which mysteriously has evaporated! Bugger! In summary Ross, Digger, Swampy, Eddy, Noel, Nick, Nurzo and I went to the Go Cafe in Goomalling and all returned.
Bloody fantastic to get back out into the Wheatbelt.
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Re: Ride Thursday 21st May - Mundaring

Postby nickcoleman » Fri May 22, 2020 9:58 pm

It's especially good when the same number return as left. :P

I repeated the Toodyay - Perth leg that we did yesterday after a bite to eat at the CC Cafe today: Racecourse to Stirlingia(?) to Salt Valley etc then home on Toodyay Rd. Gee, that's a nice little trip through the backblocks, just lovely.
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