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    Big thanks for another great event

    Got there late on Friday night , nobody in the bar by the time i'd sorted a room as everybody was out round the town enjoying themselves , just a load of oldies and that organist accompanying the karoake in the hotel

    I managed to find some of the off road posse in a pub 50yrds away and then around midnight everybodyelse seemed to turn up back at the hotel for a few drinks so it was good to meet up with some freindly faces once again

    Had a fantastic , if slightly painful , day out on the lanes thanks to Spout & Gaz . Even the weather was kind with just the occasional heavy shower and a stiff breeze.

    Back to the bar for a swift couple with the 'medium' posse before heading off home . Only got a pass out for one night

    Great to meet up with everyone and nice to meet you Neil (Wibbo ) from Australia who is part way through his 'most of the world' tour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by H.R.H. OONYACK View Post
    Chip a nail

    Only jokin hope yir ok
    Nope, bashed his leg .......ouch


    As the great philosopher Keating once wrote " Life is a rollercoaster, you just gotta ride it!" ------Amen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Nope, bashed his leg .......ouch


    3 hrs in Casulty this morning

    My lower leg has ballooned since Sat pm and the blistered red bit has broken out into a massive laceration, which they have opened up and treated with an iodine dressing

    XRay revealed no break

    But 3 days with elevated leg and if no better a MRI scan to check for ligament damage/blood clots

    It bloody hurts

    Cheers to Bryn for his painkillers and everyones offers of help and not least Jaq for her proffessional help
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Crikey JB hope that heals quick, how do you manage to get home with no foot for the accelerator pedal

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    3 hrs in Casulty this morning

    My lower leg has ballooned since Sat pm and the blistered red bit has broken out into a massive laceration, which they have opened up and treated with an iodine dressing

    XRay revealed no break

    But 3 days with elevated leg and if no better a MRI scan to check for ligament damage/blood clots

    It bloody hurts

    Cheers to Bryn for his painkillers and everyones offers of help and not least Jaq for her proffessional help
    Hope it heals soon Johnny


    A great big thanks to all the organisers and Tina for leading the EASY offroad ride. It was a blast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by petcul View Post
    Hope it heals soon Johnny


    A great big thanks to all the organisers and Tina for leading the EASY offroad ride. It was a blast.
    ...and thank you Peter for the gourmet bacon sandwiches

    PUI since 2004


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    Quote Originally Posted by judge View Post
    Crikey JB hope that heals quick, how do you manage to get home with no foot for the accelerator pedal
    Block of wood
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    you got enough trouble staying upright on sunny days.
    let alone riding all w/end in monsoon's

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    why you.......



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    Quote Originally Posted by Ogmios View Post
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    gesticulating
    you want to get some cream for that.
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    Thank from us to Paul and all involved another great weekend. Thanks also to Tina, Forrey and Possu.

    Hats off too to Denise, very well done you (Good luck with your test, and don't be affraid to take it on the bigger bike).

    As usual, good to see every body, meeting new members and cathing up with others.

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    Thanks to all the organisers for what was a great weekend

    Special thanks to skygod for the ride across on fri including a bit of trail riding along the way

    Had a fun time up on the campsite, shared many beers with colt and his gang, Ghostcav and worky ticket (aka BM Gryills!) to name a few.

    Thanks to Timpo for leading a brilliant ride around the trails on sat

    Left on sun with worky ticket before the rain came , big breakfast at the ponderosa then hit the road, split at the M6 / M62 junction after a multitude of hand signals in the middle lane, was getting bored of the motorway and decided to take the scenic route, carried on north and rode the salter fell trail and a few easy lanes in the dales on the way home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Nope, bashed his leg .......ouch


    Oooohh..... better get a blood transfusion from a gnat

    Actually, I've caught my legs in the same place offroading several times and it is very painful. Pity it halted your day.

    Looks like you all had a great weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    3 hrs in Casulty this morning

    My lower leg has ballooned since Sat pm and the blistered red bit has broken out into a massive laceration, which they have opened up and treated with an iodine dressing

    XRay revealed no break

    But 3 days with elevated leg and if no better a MRI scan to check for ligament damage/blood clots

    It bloody hurts

    Cheers to Bryn for his painkillers and everyones offers of help and not least Jaq for her proffessional help

    Get well soon...keep up with the painkillers....


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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyT View Post
    Oooohh..... better get a blood transfusion from a gnat

    Actually, I've caught my legs in the same place offroading several times and it is very painful. Pity it halted your day.

    Looks like you all had a great weekend.
    AndyT
    Its a shite picture really so doesn't quite do it justice. It was a very strange wound because rather than being a 'puncture' it was like the inside of the leg was forcing itself outwards, and getting worse over time
    As the great philosopher Keating once wrote " Life is a rollercoaster, you just gotta ride it!" ------Amen

    My current stable of "adventure bikes"
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    2014 VFR1200X Crosstourer Highlander DCT Camo.. my big trip missile

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Its a shite picture really so doesn't quite do it justice. It was a very strange wound because rather than being a 'puncture' it was like the inside of the leg was forcing itself outwards, and getting worse over time
    Thanks chaps

    Yes the inside of my leg have found their way outside.....................with no original puncture wound

    So they had to open it up, to release the pressure and crap

    Swelling is going down no though.......................although the newly opened laceration is now the size of a packet of swan vestaseek
    JohnnyBoxer



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    thanks for a great weekend and a big thankyou to spout and gaz for leading and tailing the medium offroad ride. hope to see you all again next year. smiler

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