Saturday, October 30, 2010

Australian National Run

John Smith International President

Australian National Run

Road Damage

Australian National Run

At the servo just before the accident

Australian National Run

After never having a serious accident in my life. Yesterday that came to an end. I have a broken collar bone and I'm sitting in hospital 15 min from the Run sight. The picture is taken on the side of the road with the nice Ambulance man and in Hospital. Thanks for the Prayers.

Friday, October 29, 2010

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Australian National Run

Tommy after the rain trying to dry out.

Australian National Run

Northern NSW on the way to the national run. Before the rain started.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Germany Members

Some pics from the German Chapter are long over due on the blog - so here's some shots from last weekend ...

Holle, (above), was presented with his colours back in July ...

GSCMC Germany members with Sean from UK

Friday, October 8, 2010

Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Northern New South Wales in South Wales

Pedro trying to cook the BBQ in Swansea

North NSW and Ukraine

Wes, Pasha, Max and Pedro

Pasha and Max

2nd International Run UK

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

John Smith International President

2nd International Run UK 2010

Monday, October 4, 2010

2nd International Run.

Timo and Wes

Zac's place Swansea

Northern NSW at Zac's Place

Vintage Smithy tells it like it is . . .

A diverse audience of around 150 people gathered in the packed bar - bikers, musicians, artists, believers, seekers and cynics among them . . . . for a few moments the pool table, pinball machine and the bar fell silent . . . . John Smith reflects on two stories and opens up the 'old book' in a way that only he does, in a bar.

This recording was made back in 2002 in the public bar of a city centre pub in Swansea, South Wales, at a gathering hosted by Zac's Place.

More reflections from John are available on this podcast

New Member - Southern NSW, Australia

Congratulations to Stu and Michelle on Stu receiving his colours and the Southern New South Wales Chapter on their new member ... once again a long road and a significant milestone.