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    Made it home

    Back in Wales home after a great weekend, big thanks to the organisers and a big cheers to all the Tossers that now know what I look like
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    Nice to meet you Stewart, if you ever need a hand looking for that gold bulllion we were discussing - just let me know.

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    My ears have just perked up.


    I have a spade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeloader View Post
    My ears have just perked up.


    I have a spade.
    and I have a bucket....with a little picture of a Seahorse on the side......

    But Stewart needs to tell us where to dig first.

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    I'll await the Tossers drowned off Angelsey BBC news item with baited breath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by always 100 View Post
    I'll await the Tossers drowned off Angelsey BBC news item with baited breath.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klanky View Post
    Nice to meet you Stewart, if you ever need a hand looking for that gold bulllion we were discussing - just let me know.
    http://www.divernetxtra.com/wrecks/best81599.htm

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    Cheers Stewart,

    Good weekend, thanks for the beer.

    Basher:

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    Good to meet you Eric

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    Hi Stewart,

    Tried your tip about relaxing your hands and arms when the wind is blowing
    hard and it certainly made a difference

    Did'nt find Muccy D's in Carlisle but found another B & B anyway

    Good meeting you

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    Met this chap on the way home, looking forward to the next one
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    Just a few pictures, We started out on Thursday morning, expecting traffic up the M6 I arranged an escort to clear the traffic
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    Fuel stop for boys and bikes at Kendal
    then on to Erskine for our overnight stop
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    We were joined by John Plane for the evening and for the rest of the trip up,
    heres us at the Spean Bridge Commando memorial
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    Onwards through the rain and hail, I failed to photograph the Loch Ness monster but got to the campsite and got set up before the rain stopped
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    Ciderman and Maria meet Klanky after the awful curry
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