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    Best Wishes

    Have a good trip folks
    old enough to know better, young enough not to care!

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    Cheers Bhud...i'm soo excited i wanna go now but alas I refuse to spend 35 quid on a hotel in troon (cause i'm miserly) when i'm only an hour and a half away so an early start for me it is........not quite callums road but exciting none the less....

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    Any adventure always starts with the first step.
    old enough to know better, young enough not to care!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhud View Post
    Any adventure always starts with the first step.
    or the first frop of the bike

    Have a good one folks
    Gert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakambale View Post
    or the first frop of the bike

    Have a good one folks

    Ask Chas who dropped their bike.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wully View Post
    Ask Chas who dropped their bike.....
    And while your chatting ask him about getting his bike off centre stand....

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    Quote Originally Posted by raboomdea View Post
    And while your chatting ask him about getting his bike off centre stand....
    And while your about it, ask him who the bloke was he had to get to help lift his bike off the side stand.

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    And also how to work a GPS, read a map and avoid a hangover

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    oh and how to break the large chain and padlock off the prebooked campsite gates

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    Figured it was my job to make you all look good

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    Chaz,
    Not sure if this is the correct thread, however, I would just like to say "cheers mate" for getting me off my arse and onto my bike for the week - and I had to do very little preparation. Can I also say cheers to everyone else for making it such a good trip, especially Wully for his part in leading the navigation and Bobby for his patience in being 'Tail End Charlie' and ensuring no one was left behind.
    Lastly, a special thankyou to Frank and Helen for some exceptional hospitality - Tara please pass my thanks to your folks - They are a great couple.
    Now where did I leave my reserve of brownie points!!!!! I knew I should of bought SWMBO a present You guys made me spend all my money on Guiness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaz View Post
    Figured it was my job to make you all look good
    Chaz....in comparison you make me look fantastic...Thanks for organising the trip ..I still haven't quite recovered...

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    sounds like you had a good trip

    so where's the photies of dropped bikes then?
    Gert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nakambale View Post
    so where's the photies of dropped bikes then?
    we weren't as evil as taking a pic of the event

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fruitcake View Post
    we weren't as evil as taking a pic of the event
    I'm sure had you been there you'd have taken pics regardless

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    hey guys - thanks for your company - from now on i will be riding solo

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