b' Cover storySandhurst 4WD ClubMt Buckland snow tripThis trip wasnt officially the snow trip, We got to Myrtleford and fuelled up boiling for a hot coffee and breakfast.but it was an amazing three days of with Alpine diesel and a bite to eat at There were a few campers there thissnow driving, we had fresh powder on the local pizza shop. We got into weekend and this camp isnt right onthe tracks, to ice and muddy trails. Buckland Valley and pulled into AH the Buckland river, but just a shortSome of the scenery was spectacular Youngs Campground about 9.30pm walk down a walking track. We all gotwith every peak covered with that where we set up camp and got the packed up and ready to go and had awhite stuff we go and chase. And fire going (bringing dry wood from quick briefing. Seeing that I knew thatchase we did, just kept on following it. home made it easy to light the fire). the Buffalo Range area was seasonal-We met in Bendigo Friday afternoon We sat around the fire for a little bit ly closed because of the bush fires inat 5.00pm, 5 vehicles headed of for and we headed off to bed. January and the road works going onBuckland Valley, as we were on the Mt Selwyn track up there, I had an idea that, that areaSnow road the rain settled in fairly Saturday was going to be offlimits.heavy, which only meant one thing up We woke to a fairly chilly morning so We took off at 9.00am heading downin the High Country, plenty of snow. I got the fire going and the kettle14 SEPTEMBER2020 TRACKWATCH'