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Walkers: Peter & Leonie (leaders), Gary & Michele, Steve, Christine D, Christine J, Joy, Jackie, Werner & Vangie, Julie, Paul, Colin
Distance: 13.5k

2017-04-08 Beechmont Ramble_116Fourteen walkers today for the planned walk of Blue Pool via Bull Ant Spur but unfortunately all walks in Lamington National Park closed for a variety of reasons due to recent extremely high rainfall and subsequent track and road damage.  Michele and Gary came to the rescue and devised a simple country walk to admire the quiet scenery of the Beechmont hills. 

 

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