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    Thanks both good time.

    Even better to put faces to the names - no that is not right! seeing the photos it was not better but now have names to faces.

    Note to self get up there sooner next time.
    old enough to know better, young enough not to care!

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    Thanks to all who made it possible.
    It was good to finally meet some old friends.
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    Then I remembered. He doesn't ride a GS. Therefore he aint at the sharp end of Dudeness...
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    That's me and ma better half just back in the door. Thanks for organising it boys; had a great time.

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    Finally back home!


    Thanks for arranging another fun piss up


    Best quote of the weekend ...

    There are a lot of guys with GSes on the site ..
    Name withheld to protect the innocent

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    Ye left yir heid torch in yir bed pm me yir address







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    Quote Originally Posted by H.R.H. OONYACK View Post
    Ye left yir heid torch in yir bed pm me yir address



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    Quote Originally Posted by H.R.H. OONYACK View Post
    Ye left yir sticky heid torch in yir sticky bed send me a sack of tissues
    fixed

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    Just back an hour ago

    Rob & Johnny, thank you

    Having spent the whole weekend away from the sauce I managed 2 bottles of red last night in The Drovers Inn - met a lovely hairdresser from New Zealand calle Raymond ..........................................

    According to Amanda, Las Vegas, Marriage and Elvis were all discussed in the same sentance - I can't remember



    Right, I'm off to bed to dream

    Cheers again guys

    Andres
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    Quote Originally Posted by Indecisive View Post
    Best quote of the weekend ...

    Nah . . It was . . "S.A.D. - You can get a light to sit in front of to cure that".


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    Quote Originally Posted by Voyager View Post
    Nah . . It was . . "S.A.D. - You can get a light to sit in front of to cure that".


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    Bob.
    Without a doubt

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    Arrived home a couple of hours ago, 1265 miles, got slightly damp, met some tossers, got damp again, saw some stunning scenery, visited Raasay, got damp, had the sheer joy of a 3" screw in my rear tyre during a monsoon in Crawford.
    All in all a great weekend, THANKS.

    Ps Did I mention about the damp ?

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    Cheers Johnny and Rab for pulling it all together. Was good to see some old friends and to put a face to some new ones...

    Richard

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voyager View Post
    Nah . . It was . . "S.A.D. - You can get a light to sit in front of to cure that".


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    Bob.
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    Without a doubt
    Almost forgot about that one. Pure class that is

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    Many thanks for a great weekend

    Thanks to Neil23 for joining me on Thursday evening for some teasing of the locals at the George in Inveraray Good fun

    Surprisingly the weather was kind to me most of the weekend just 3 or 4 hrs of rain over the whole trip which is good for Scotland

    Got home yesterday via syco's 'do', Brassmonkey followed me there a few hours later, do ya think he's starting to stalk me

    Is it me or are airheads becoming the latest thing? When I joined here in 2004 each 'do' had just 3 or 4 (if you were lucky) in attendance this weekend there was a strong showing in Skye and the old girls outnumbered the more modern pretenders for a while at Syco's Brosely bash, perhaps 10 or 12 on sunday

    With two airheads (ridden by myself and Brassmonkey) being the only bikes to make both events of the weekend.

    I feel a wind of change, the green shoots of an airhead revolution


    Shep

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    Left Thusday morning and returned home yesterday

    Don't think iv'e ever been so keen to just ride for the sake of it

    I'll never get board with the roads from Loch Lomond to Glen Coe then up to Fort Bill and Skye ( Except for the wind and rain )

    So it was Funderland to Fort William and a night out with the sock makers son

    Fort William to Skye and and a few beers with some good friends and one or two ugly weirdo's

    Skye to Lock Lomond via any road i fancied and a quiet night on the lash on me Jack , apart from still being able to hear Rob Mack in my ears

    Then i cut through the boarders to mis out Glasgow and head for Englishland and the lakes and a night in The Sun Inn at Pooley Bridge Ullswater

    I left Pooley Bridge early and took the route via Alston and down the Wear Valley and reached home Monday lunch time and a note on the fridge saying Punk Bands on in The Borough and the Ropery starting at 2pm , well it would be rued not to

    Thanks for all the effort for arranging the weekend and my excuse to put nearly 1600 miles on my bike , best ride this year

    Cheers Bonnie Lad ............... onyack

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    Arrived home Monday at 7.30, having ridden through the worst rain ive ever ridden in, unbelievable !

    After spending the weekend on Skye, Im now even more sure that Scotsman are a little mad ! onyack I think thats why I like it so much up there

    Thanks for sorting a great weekend, it was good to see some old faces and meet some I"ve not met before.

    Enjoyed all your company, look forward to next one !


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