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German Engineering Session (gear repair workhike) · Wednesday, March 23rd

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Organized by: Sebastian Prass.

Start: Wednesday, Mar. 23rd, 7:00 pm


All you people are very good and making things kaputt (=german for broken, I think it's used in english, right?) on trips, but how is it with making things again ganz (unbroken..)?

Let's try to repair as much skis and boots as we can on Wednesday evening starting from 7ish, and if we're not too dizzy from glue fumes and have no major injuries, let's have some drinks in the pit next door afterwards.

This counts as a workhike, i.e. I'll mark whover helps out as 'served his/her duty' to the club ;)

This is a good opportunity to learn some handy skills, get to know some people and highly recommended for YOU, yes you, who considered becoming more active in the club (e.g. quartermaster..).

Posted: 2016-03-15 17:34:52
Last modified: 2016-03-16 11:41:47