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    Home safe good weekend nice to meet every one
    John...pack up your bike and f**k off!

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    How long did it take you to get back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by john plane View Post
    Home safe good weekend nice to meet every one

    Good journey John? Did you find the stop over ok?

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    Hello ian i felt fine missed the turning for the b+b carried on got home at 2030 ten hours 640 miles. Picked up a screw in my tyre just noticed when i cleaned the bike today.
    John...pack up your bike and f**k off!

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    Was the Thursday night stop-over okay?

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    I didnt stop there stayed in a hotel in glasgow with two lads from wales.I had planned to stay there on the way home but i missed the turning and drove home. next time i need a drinking partner.I will see you at the hog roest
    John...pack up your bike and f**k off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by john plane View Post
    I didnt stop there stayed in a hotel in glasgow with two lads from wales.I had planned to stay there on the way home but i missed the turning and drove home. next time i need a drinking partner.I will see you at the hog roest
    Nice meeting you John, and much appreciate sorting the B&B out with Ian for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john plane View Post
    Hello ian i felt fine missed the turning for the b+b carried on got home at 2030 ten hours 640 miles. Picked up a screw in my tyre just noticed when i cleaned the bike today.
    I also picked up a screw in the tyre - coincidence or conspiracy theory

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    Quote Originally Posted by raboomdea View Post
    I also picked up a screw in the tyre - coincidence or conspiracy theory
    Pah. I can top that.

    Two rear wheel punctures on Friday at GOTC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Klanky View Post
    Pah. I can top that.

    Two eejits deflated on Friday at GOTC

    Surely those two eejits deflating was all down to Jägermeister not getting screwed???

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    Quote Originally Posted by raboomdea View Post
    I also picked up a screw in the tyre - coincidence or conspiracy theory
    Wiz that the loose wan that fell oot yer heid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wully View Post
    Wiz that the loose wan that fell oot yer heid?
    I resemble that remark. Tosser....x

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    Quote Originally Posted by slparry View Post
    Nice meeting you John, and much appreciate sorting the B&B out with Ian for me.
    Hi Steve, happy to oblige. I enjoyed the good company and the ride on Saturday. Hope to see you next time if not before.

    (PS Sheepskin arrived in post today so on with the project!!)

    Ian

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    Quote Originally Posted by john plane View Post
    I didnt stop there stayed in a hotel in glasgow with two lads from wales.I had planned to stay there on the way home but i missed the turning and drove home. next time i need a drinking partner.I will see you at the hog roest
    Hi John

    Can you remember the details of the B&B we stayed in in Ullapool? The one owned by the guy from Bolton (?) who took us on the rideout with his yellow GS?

    Steve

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    his name is west coast traveler look at the post above mine. It was a nice place.
    John...pack up your bike and f**k off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by john plane View Post
    his name is west coast traveler look at the post above mine. It was a nice place.
    Thanks John

    Ian can you email me, address is stephenlparry@gmail.com thanks Steve

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