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    Is there going to be enough room? It looks like it's going to be a much bigger affair than last year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brassmonkey001 View Post
    Is there going to be enough BEER? It looks like it's going to be a much bigger affair than last year.
    Exactly

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    Plenty of room..
    and the BEER did NOT run out..
    Some Tossers were drinking on the Sat night after telling others it had run out
    My own personal barrel will be taken over to the Beer Engine next week for filling with 9 gallons of Piston Bitter
    http://www.thebeerengine.co.uk/
    Cider from the Winkleigh Cider Well, will also be in plentiful supply .....
    It has to be cos Geriatric Germ likes it !!

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    As do me and Kenny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Cider from the Winkleigh Cider Well, will also be in plentiful supply .....
    It has to be cos Geriatric Germ likes it !!
    Step away from the Cider

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Some Tossers were drinking on the Sat night after telling others it had run out
    I had nearly a gallon out of it after being told it was empty

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    I'm still planning on coming, i'll be working all weekend on the bike, it's in a million bits, but mostly pretty much all there, the new boat is taking all my time and I'll never get it together again if I don't put it together at that weekend I don't want to be bike less over the summer.

    So any help would be much appreciated

    I'll kip in the van or perhaps in a tent if I can only get a trailer and i'm up for all the food on all the days please

    Shep

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    Pencil me in for camping/meals... Possibly going to have another friend with an R65 in tow as well (big maybe as he's not sure his missus will let him).. I've already got the friday and monday off work .. but the whole thing hangs on me getting the bitza back together in time (currently it's in bits (again) with parts off all over the place for powdercoating etc).

    Anyone else heading down from East Anglia on the friday?

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    I intend to come, I'll know for sure nearer the date. Now if i knew that the rear tyre wasn't going to lose pressure!

    You up there above me, you listening! LOL
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    ELIMINATOR - You up there above me, you listening! LOL
    Are you talking to me.. Or calling for help from god? lol. I've dropped you a pm about the wheel..

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    I'll be there with the R100GS Para - Full set of food for me please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigyellowGS View Post
    Pencil me in for camping/meals... Possibly going to have another friend with an R65 in tow as well (big maybe as he's not sure his missus will let him).. I've already got the friday and monday off work .. but the whole thing hangs on me getting the bitza back together in time (currently it's in bits (again) with parts off all over the place for powdercoating etc).

    Anyone else heading down from East Anglia on the friday?
    Hi Big Yellow,
    yes, I'll be traveling from Cambridge on the Friday. Where abouts in EA are you ?
    Give me a call if you like - PM me for details.
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    I will be camping this year please Syd as the snorting from him in the other corner kept me awake all night ( Roger you listening?)
    All food please.

    Lyn.

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    Sorry -had my earplugs in as I saw the word "Snoring" ....


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    Roger is not going to be able to make it this year ...

    If you're that worried about snoring..
    Bring a hammock and get out in Sids wood twixt a couple of Trees..12 acres of enduro style tracks as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Roger is not going to be able to make it this year ...

    Oh yes he is ...

    How to stop snoring

    Snoring can often seem like a problem without a solution – especially when it is getting in the way of a good night’s sleep for you and your partner. If you want to stop snoring, it is important to consider the cause and severity of your snoring. Identifying the cause can help you choose the right cure.
    It also makes sense to try some simple non-invasive treatments first to see if they will reduce or prevent your snoring.
    • Sleep on your side
    • Elevate the head of your bed
    • Limit alcohol and medications
    • Clear your nasal passages
    • Lose weight
    Point number 3 perhaps ?????

    Sheila and Paul

    "Sheila’s husband, Paul, wakes her up often with his loud snoring. As her daytime tiredness and irritability increase, she decides to sleep in the guest room to avoid the snoring. She gets a full night’s sleep, but she misses being near her husband. Paul also feels hurt and confused. He can’t understand why his snoring is such a problem – after all, it never wakes him up....."


    Hopefully Paul won't be there !! Hopefully Sheila will
    Roger

    The woods might be an option .....but we all know what a bear does in the woods........ Looking forward to a great weekend, and to meeting Proff
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