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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugsley View Post
    Nice route. But I think I might have gone wrong somewhere


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    still got through ha ha ha
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    I'm late for this too, but if there's a route you can provide, I'd be happy to ride it alone, rather than cause group numbers to become unwieldy?

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    Chris&Beth as above, late entrants, but keen to join in if there is room.

    I have the route downloaded from Mapsource and have PM'd Lamble as I'm happy to lead / follow him if not.

    Chris&Beth.
    Ploughing on regardless.......

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    OK I'm in if there's any room, hangover permitting. I'll try and see if I can stick the route in my Quest and see how it can then proceed to lead me somewhere else if there's no room.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brassmonkey001 View Post
    OK I'm in if there's any room, hangover permitting. I'll try and see if I can stick the route in my Quest and see how it can then proceed to lead me somewhere else if there's no room.
    Got the route in mine and am familiar with the roads... could do a 3rd sub-group if I don't get ****ered on Friday night....


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    I may be taking you up on that offer Chris

    Hangovers permitting the first group will be leaving about 10:00 then the second 10-15 minutes later and the same for any third group.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    I may be taking you up on that offer Chris

    Hangovers permitting the first group will be leaving about 10:00 then the second 10-15 minutes later and the same for any third group.
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    Not a problem as long as I have the right route.

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    I'll take a trunky at the route in your gps when I get there
    The only thing I may change is the bit from the ferry across windemere back to the site. I'll not be running my gps as bloody garmin changed the rules about registering more than one unit to 1 mapsource program aqnd I ain't paying extra for what I thought I already had
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    Does this look right, avoiding the Windermere ferry crossing?



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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisKelley View Post
    Does this look right, avoiding the Windermere ferry crossing?

    Any chance you can post the Garmin file ?

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    Can do:

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    wasn't going to avoid the ferry just take the shortest route from the windemere side to the site otherwise it'll take too long.
    There's a coffee wagon by the ferry so good place for a rest and piccie stop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    wasn't going to avoid the ferry just take the shortest route from the windemere side to the site otherwise it'll take too long.
    There's a coffee wagon by the ferry so good place for a rest and piccie stop.
    Okay - Split the route into 2 parts to stop sat-navs deciding they're already home.
    Route via ferry place now.
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    Would love to tag along for ride out. It's my stomping ground so if I find I'm holding up proceedings can make my own way home. Will pop along anyway if only for the bacon butty at devils bridge.

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    sub grp

    Chris,

    If we both stay sober ( enough to find the slot the key goes in ) on Saturday, and its not hoofing down on Fri/Sat either, happy to join ur sub grp if you'll have us.
    Ploughing on regardless.......

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