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    Quote Originally Posted by davidgibson999 View Post
    you know Sandra?
    the lane has improved since i was there last time and it's definitely bikeable - an oul 800gs got up it a couple of weeks ago.
    yea i know her, i thought that was the cottage...thats the "teach hollow" above, know the area very well...gimme a shout nxt time you're up and i will call over (via small Seafinn)

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    Quote Originally Posted by frank1200 View Post
    roughly what time do you expect to be at the photo point.
    Just before 12.00 Frank. Need to be back in Monaghan at the start point for 12.30 to get the CP set up

    Quote Originally Posted by T900
    i hope mine does'nt get dirty
    Knowing you there's little fear of that happening
    Just 'cos you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you !

    Remember, experience only means that you screw-up less often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOIRCHE View Post
    yea i know her, i thought that was the cottage...thats the "teach hollow" above, know the area very well...gimme a shout nxt time you're up and i will call over (via small Seafinn)
    Will do - could be a while before I'm up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by davidgibson999 View Post
    Will do - could be a while before I'm up.
    would have thought you were too young for that problem David. Have you tried the blue tablets to cure that problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by triggerfish View Post
    would have thought you were too young for that problem David. Have you tried the blue tablets to cure that problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jockser View Post
    Sure we'll give ya a push if ya need it
    Jochen,

    I'll give you graphics for hotel at Duffys!

    ... have a pdf of decals that I'm bringing if you want a goo, PM me !!

    Lloyd

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    No problem Donnie
    I presume you'll find the meeting point from the link ? If you need a waypoint let me know.
    Cheers Jockser,
    The woman in the GPS swears blind she knows where it is.

    ps. Don't be late. I am not allowed to be left, unsupervised, in a motorbike shop with a credit card in my wallet!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lywood View Post
    ps. Don't be late. I am not allowed to be left, unsupervised, in a motorbike shop with a credit card in my wallet!!!
    Don't you worry yourself. If you've a credit card with money left on it we'll look after you
    Just 'cos you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you !

    Remember, experience only means that you screw-up less often.

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    Exclamation entrance to duffys

    a word of warning !
    the old entrance to duffys is closed due to roadworks, as i discovered this evening on my way home. (i nearly went on me snot as i went to turn in )

    the new entrance is the first left to charlestown shopping center after duffys, then left again in the back door, no smart remarks please

    when exiting off the M50, the road surface is interesting as its smooth then rough, then very smooth, up the hump under the bridge and through the temporary slalom.

    be careful if its your first time
    roll on tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by T900 View Post
    a word of warning !
    Thanks Ken, duly noted

    Quote Originally Posted by T900
    i nearly went on me snot as i went to turn in
    Would Sir possibly have been taking it a little more timidly last night than normal ? Wonder why......
    C'mon Ken, spill the beans
    Just 'cos you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you !

    Remember, experience only means that you screw-up less often.

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