Today we spend the day with Tail End Charlie, the tractor traversing through Australia on its 60th anniversary run.
They started in Wundowie Western Australia, on 7 July for a 57-day journey. The plan to stop at approximately 50 locations, arriving back in WA at the National Ballooning Championships in Northam on 2 September. Along the way raising the awareness of the wonderful work Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) and Prostate Cancer, as well as Groovy does promote the importance of early detection. Foundation of Australia (PCFA).
It was wonderful to meet Ron Bywaters, the original driver of Tail End Charlie at the Mobilgas Round Australia Rally in 1957. He has been behind the wheel again and joined by a team of 13.
We spend the morning at the Rotunda along with the local Prostate Cancer group.
Groovy was proud to support Ron and his team, we lunched at the Elders Rural Branch.