IPX News Edition 1 - Team IPX Shock loss to team Other

Greetings and welcome to the 1st Edition of IPX news.

IPX SHOCK LOSS TO TEAM OTHER

Team IPX (8) have gone down to Team Other (11)

Team IPX like always lost the 1st period, down 3 – 0

It seemed that Team Other had done some recruiting and turned up with a few mates who could skate reasonably well…. but they soon learnt to stay away from the corners after some IPX checked their small twiggy frames into the boards.

IPX as always came out fighting in the second, Hashi had a blinder of a game and it seemed to be the best performance from SirDraco to-date

However even with the IPX quick line change tactics, the younger ‘less lived’ bodies of Team Other seemed to keep on like a Duracell bunny!

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Trek 2 - Yellow Rock to Warrimoo

21/10/2006 18:00
Australia/Sydney
Location: 
Yellow Rock to Warrimoo

Introduction

This trek was hatched at Kazashi’s quarters, after returning from Trek 1. The team was sitting around the topographic map reviewing Trek 1 and looking at the region in general. A few places of interest were noted Nice Views cache and Fallen Giant cache and a trek was formed. Starting at Yellow Rock we would traverse the fire trails, camp at what would soon become known as Base Camp and head out the next day. With the help of Google Earth and geocaching.com a plan was formed.

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Trek 1 - Valley Heights

02/09/2006 06:00
Australia/Sydney
Location: 
Valley Heights

Introduction

This trek was hatched while at work. During our regular daily email debates Fuzz mentioned a creek / pool in Warrimoo he had gone to as a kid with a friend “Mr T”. A few years later he heard a kid was murdered and his body was found near that creek in Warrimoo! Sha8doW disagreed on the basis that he’d never heard of it before. Kazashi and Kazozza agreed with Fuzz but they too were sketchy on details. Fuzz did some investigating and found some newspaper articles about a St Marys teenager whose body was discovered by bush walkers in 1992 on a track on the border between Valley Heights and Warrimoo. The newspaper article was detailing that police were calling for anyone with information to come forward as the murder was still unsolved. IPX was touched by the tragic tale and decided to do their own investigations. IPX created a detailed dossier on the crime and planned a trek in order to gather further details and clarify some conflicting newspaper article facts.

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