Yellow Submarine.

A few brief showers during night gather night set the tone for the day. As we struggled out of bed into the fog and rainbows the moistness of the day became real. Leaving Mitta Mitta the rain and fog never diminished. For the 140 kms to Bright there was was fog and rain. Lots of slow speed corners and windy bits made the 2.5 hours to Bright a slow affair.
We all made it around lunch time where the decision was made to get cabins instead of camping. A good choice as 7 hours later its still raining.
We dried out what we could then waddled into town for lunch.
A quick trip the Bright Brewery grew into a loud afternoon.
Dinner at the pub gave the opportunity to thank Ant for his work setting up this ride.
Fox gave a great speech:

BA, The 2013 CrackaGORfat Commandant

The rain today has been abundant, showing our gear was quite absorbant. We really required large quantities of desiccant, otherwise our bikes will need to become buoyant.

STEVE: Unfortunately Bear was a Cracka truant.

COREY: Cozza on corners is quite confidant and next to our bikes the Cozmobile is an giant.

RON: The Murray Princess, carrier of abundant belongings, solved his early mozzie problem with repellant and let out a huff and a pant when his bike was on a major slant.

TREV: Fat Boy, a three time participant, was the team accountant. No one claimed his figures were aberrant but we noticed after an intoxicant his voice became resonant, not unlike his reverberant Harley.

DAVE: Hutto, BA's lieutenant, elegant on corners despite early flu symptoms which were relieved by decongestant.

BRYCE: The Tech Man, a Tasmanian migrant and late entrant was initially quite distant but then joined in and informed us his wife is pregnant with a pending descendant.

MICK: Knife Edge a Cracka debutant, solved his whiffy problem with deodorant and cleaned up his rash with disinfectant.

BRUCE: Fox, quite hesitant on corners, falsely accused of occasional rave and rant yesterday became an errant although in countryside quite pleasant.

ANTH: Bull Ant, as a leader we think you are tolerant, vibrant, compliant and exuberant.

Brilliant
Undulant
Luxuriant
Lubricant
Antidepressant
Noncompliant
Triumphant
aGORfat Commandant

The rain today has been abundant, showing our gear was quite absorbant. We really required large quantities of desiccant, otherwise our bikes will need to become buoyant.

STEVE: Unfortunately Bear was a Cracka truant, we believe because is wife is expectant.

COREY: Cozza on corners is quite confidant and next to our bikes the Cozmobile is an giant.

RON: The Murray Princess, carrier of abundant belongings, solved his early mozzie problem with repellant and let out a huff and a pant when his bike was on a major slant.

TREV: Fat Boy, a three time participant, was the team accountant. No one claimed his figures were aberrant but we noticed after an intoxicant his voice became resonant, not unlike his reverberant Harley.

DAVE: Hutto, BA's lieutenant, elegant on corners despite early flu symptoms which were relieved by decongestant.

BRYCE: The Tech Man, a Tasmanian migrant and late entrant was initially quite distant but then joined in and informed us his wife is pregnant with a pending descendant.

MICK: Knife Edge a Cracka debutant, solved his whiffy problem with deodorant and cleaned up his rash with disinfectant.

BRUCE: Fox, quite hesitant on corners, falsely accused of occasional rave and rant yesterday became an errant although in countryside quite pleasant.

ANTH: Bull Ant, as a leader we think you are tolerant, vibrant, compliant and exuberant.

Brilliant
Undulant
Luxuriant
Lubricant
Antidepressant
Noncompliant
Triumphant

Dave and Corey should have an interesting ride home tomorrow.

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