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    Quote Originally Posted by Geriatric Germ View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Summer View Post
    Your dogs are lovely, what is the little brown one, he is a cutie ?


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    Many thanks to all involved, another great weekend meeting old friends and new ones.
    A special thanks must go to the two gentlemen (I didn't catch your names) who came to my aid to pick my bike up when I dropped in on the campsite. And then had to push it for several yards as I kept losing traction, due to the rain, hail, mud and road tyres. There'll be a drink for you at the next one.

    And to Jez who stopped when the bike died on the way home. It started again about a minute after you left.


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    Many thanks to ALL those in front & behind the scenes for making this happen. Great weekend only marred by bad weather to & from & an extremely flatulent "secret person" at the bar...
    Brings a new meaning to the term "Bad-assed Biker". I nearly vommed.
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    Thanks to all of the organisers- loved it!

    Easy off road ride-great day from start (carpark) to finish (cafe). Weather was a bit 'four seasons in one day', but what the heck!
    Thanks to the 'management' for their help and patience throughout the day... Tina ... Forry ... Possu ('peeping tom' and 'topiary' expert!)
    ... and to all the rest of 'Easy Company', cheers!
    Sarah T

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    Quote Originally Posted by garfield View Post
    if you could smell it.....you must have dealt it......

    not herd that one for a while
    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brassmonkey001 View Post
    A special thanks must go to the two gentlemen (I didn't catch your names) who came to my aid to pick my bike up when I dropped in on the campsite. And then had to push it for several yards as I kept losing traction, due to the rain, hail, mud and road tyres.
    I must of just missed that as I saw you leave, did look a tad difficult down that end of the site. Wonder if that hornet got out? I had to load mine fast as it started sinking as soon as I started loading.

    Nice to get a few drinks with you anyway, I was a tad fuzzy after a week of earlies but still managed to put a bit away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostCav View Post
    I must of just missed that as I saw you leave, did look a tad difficult down that end of the site. Wonder if that hornet got out? I had to load mine fast as it started sinking as soon as I started loading.

    Nice to get a few drinks with you anyway, I was a tad fuzzy after a week of earlies but still managed to put a bit away.
    Yeah, sorry I didn't stop to say goodbye to you & The Bede but once I got rolling I didn't want to risk stopping again, especially as I was soaked to the skin having packed up in a downpour with a bit of hail thrown in for good measure.
    TKC's have now moved up the shopping list. Avon Distanzia's have fallen out of favour.
    Did The Bede surface eventually?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brassmonkey001 View Post
    Did The Bede surface eventually?
    He awoke about 11:40 just as I was about to leave, didn't actually see him just chatted through the tent.
    I thought you had left him somewhere in town last night until I heard slight rummaging & maybe a fart/belch noise from within his tent.

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    Thanks from me and Mrs Toad for another great weekend

    Way too pished still on Saturday morning to consider getting on the bike, but had a lovely chilled day instead.

    Home in the rain the long way, and back happy and tired.
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    Very enjoyable - but quiet please, i'm still suffering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steptoe View Post
    Very enjoyable - but quiet please, i'm still suffering.
    Old age is a cruel master.
    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

    UKGSER-A place where I've wasted so much time, learned so much, laughed a lot and cried a few times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    Old age is a cruel master.
    So is Kev with a strapon

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostCav View Post
    ... I heard slight rummaging & maybe a fart/belch noise from within his tent.
    ... Not the nicest of wake-up calls if you happened to be in the tent at the time. Nice of you all to tip-toe away without disturbing my slumber


    ... Well done Paul and Lucy, another triumph of festive drinking

    ... Lovely to see so many, apparantly some even rode their motorbikes
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    Damnit!
    now i wish i had gone.
    i was lurking on many threads about this / saw the 'dropouts' / thursday night; nearly booked the hotel and jumped on the ferry....

    nearly

    feckit! NEXT time!
    Last edited by Ogmios; 18-05-09 at 12:00. Reason: added annoyance!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ogmios View Post
    Damnit!
    now i wish i had gone.
    i was lurking on many threads about this / saw the 'dropouts' / thursday night; nearly booked the hotel and jumped on the ferry....

    nearly

    feckit! NEXT time!
    you got enough trouble staying upright on sunny days.
    let alone riding all w/end in monsoon's

    PS,
    even with a drop of rain
    it were a cracking w/end
    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

    UKGSER-A place where I've wasted so much time, learned so much, laughed a lot and cried a few times.

    Every bed of roses has pricks in it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bede View Post

    ... Lovely to see so many, apparantly some even rode their motorbikes


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