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    Quote Originally Posted by Melanie Cheeks View Post
    John please do bring your travel scrabble - I'll be there and up for a game!
    Oh FFS, I'll be riding solo then

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    Oh and it is Eurovision on Saturday - am I going to be the only one in the hotel TV lounge shouting "Norvege nul points!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melanie Cheeks View Post
    Oh and it is Eurovision on Saturday - am I going to be the only one in the hotel TV lounge shouting "Norvege nul points!"
    I thought the nul points was usually reserved for England
    Gert

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    Looking forward to Scotland without rain.
    John.

    You missed it, that was last Saturday

    Oh and bring your Skin so Soft, the wee buggers are already out with a vengeance......
    Gert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakambale View Post
    You missed it, that was last Saturday

    Oh and bring your Skin so Soft, the wee buggers are already out with a vengeance......
    , Gave it away to Heather, have to consult my memory banks to see if I can recall who assured me May is a good time to visit Scotland.

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    I did
    It is
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    you are there for 2 days

    June is crap
    old enough to know better, young enough not to care!

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    Can't frikkin wait.....

    Off to Uist, Berneray, Harris, Lewis, Ullapool, and Applecross afterwards.....

    Should be on Raasay midafternoon Friday
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post
    Can't frikkin wait.....

    Off to Uist, Berneray, Harris, Lewis, Ullapool, and Applecross afterwards.....

    Should be on Raasay midafternoon Friday
    MMMMM a little Island hopping eh , our paths may cross, have been thinking along the same lines, but no firm plans yet.
    Have you booked ferries and accomodation yet ? I read somewhere that the ferries can be quite busy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paintman View Post
    MMMMM a little Island hopping eh , our paths may cross, have been thinking along the same lines, but no firm plans yet.
    Have you booked ferries and accomodation yet ? I read somewhere that the ferries can be quite busy.
    Booked tonight.

    Hopscotch route 11.

    £70.70 for all the ferries.....

    www.calmac.co.uk

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    Excited of Nottingham here!

    Right that's it, home from work

    Off to the gym, cook some snap and pack the bike and it's on the road for 7 tomorrow morning. A wee overnight visit to Aberdeen then what's looking like a fab ride west with two of the crew

    Really looking forward to meeting up again with everybody and also the chance to meet some Tossers I've not met yet - ride safe everybody and remember, nobody signed up for this

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    Snow is forecast on the hills.

    Same old!!!!
    old enough to know better, young enough not to care!

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    Should keep the mozzies at bay then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outtomunch View Post
    Right that's it, home from work

    Off to the gym, cook some snap and pack the bike and it's on the road for 7 tomorrow morning. A wee overnight visit to Aberdeen then what's looking like a fab ride west with two of the crew

    Really looking forward to meeting up again with everybody and also the chance to meet some Tossers I've not met yet - ride safe everybody and remember, nobody signed up for this

    Andres
    What's your route up looking like, Andres? If you're heading for Aberdeen I presume you'll pass Perth at some point - I'll be at Scone Palace, a couple of miles north east of Perth, early tomorrow afternoon...

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    I'm setting off in a couple of hours....

    Glencoe for tonight, so then a shorter hop to Skye and Raasay...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post
    I'm setting off in a couple of hours....

    Glencoe for tonight, so then a shorter hop to Skye and Raasay...

    Oh no I going away for 10 days with mrs bhud on the back you have all that kit for a couple of days

    Get the beers in see you there tomorrow
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    Yep all loaded and ready to go let it rain let it rain!
    See you soon.
    John
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