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    Thanks fur popping in

    Ta tae everyone that came along and made it a guid weekend


    I'm awa tae ma bed

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    I had a fantastic time, great ride home to, I never tire of the A87, A82 North to Inbredness was awesome too followed by a sprint down the A9.....cheers....
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    That's us just in the door ( and it's just started to rain)

    Thanks for organising another great weekend

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    I want a picture with no jager in it

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    Oh my liver

    Oh my shin

    Guid weekend. Guid spot. Guid laugh.

    Cheers for pittin it together for us

    PS Apologies to George Dawes for the tent holocaust. That must hae been what the Campsite at Hiroshima looked like

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    cheers tae the skyemen fir organisin

    as always guid company an craic

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    That's us back too. Dry all the way and managed to dodge most of the Hardleys in Aviemore.

    Thanks to all for the company, excellent weekend.

    Thanks to the organisers
    Gert

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    Thanks to everyone who made the effort to attend another guid Skye Pairty.
    Great tae meet up way everyone again and to meet some new folk

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    I got home at 15:00 - that's five hours door-to-door (going the long way via Moulin Moor).

    Good to meet up again and thanks to Johnny and Rab for organising an excellent weekend.

    Now to upload some of the 108 photos I took


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    Would have got home sooner but got stuck behind a slow-moving F650GS...
    (great weekend by the way )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronno View Post

    PS Apologies to George Dawes for the tent holocaust.
    He's been 'Kimmeld'


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    Not long till I get home

    Just on the Troon ferry. Should be home about eleven.

    Nice to see old friends and meet new ones. I'm not so sure I am cut out for that camping lark though!
    If your wife wants to learn to ride a bike...... Don't stand in her way!

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    Cheers tae the Skye twa fir puttin this together.
    Think itll be an early night the night, must have been all that fresh air.

    Good to see everyone
    Raising a teenager is like trying to nail a piece of jelly to the wall.

    Click on this pint.... ....to go to the pub.

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    Curretnly resident in The George in Invenary, superb grub was had by all and Ms Cheek's is snoring like a good un

    Thanks for another great weekend in the Oonyacky Kingdom, every year I think it can't get better than this one and every year I'm proven wrong.

    Many highlights but Betty walking into the common room with his bent tent pole will stick in my memory, as for Indecisives vibrator this morning, the tears ran down my leg.

    Home the marra

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    Great weekend, great company, thank God the weather good, and thanks to HRH and Robmac for coming up with the idea and organising it in the first place!!
    See you all at TGOTC next year.


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    greetings from south of the border,sright was a guid weekend
    thanks to all onyack ..........deffo needs a weather witch though
    mummy mummy is dad dead?
    no son hes out riding that bloody bike

    whats that you say?
    I've no idea as I've been out riding my bike..

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