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    Thanks Bakes and his team for another great Hogroast, we both really enjoyed the weekend

    Good to meet up with old mates and meet a few new ones.
    An awesome offroad ride reminded me never to sell 'that bike'

    Lastly, I very much enjoyed Bakes's talk on his recent Globebusters tour of the High Andes
    KEA

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    honey badgers

    Thanks for putting on a superb weekend, excellent music, same as the food, nice to put names to faces, met some very good new friends, cant wait for 2011.

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    Big THANK YOU to organizers and everyone else.

    We met some old faces and made some new friends.
    It was a great weekend - superb food - great people - excellent ride-outs.
    So far this was the best HR since I come over first, three years ago.

    Keep it this way Steve!

    Polish team.

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    Thank you all for this great weekend, my brother and I really had a good time. Hope to come over again next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwerver View Post
    Thank you all for this great weekend, my brother and I really had a good time. Hope to come over again next year.
    Nice to see you again, Geert
    JohnnyBoxer



    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Nice to see you again, Geert
    Yes, great to see you again, sorry to hear your clogs are now a plant pot

    I remember this Iceland thread of yours....way back
    http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12028
    KEA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timolgra View Post
    Yes, great to see you again, sorry to hear your clogs are now a plant pot

    I remember this Iceland thread of yours....way back
    http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12028
    I'm still waiting for mu new clogs to get painted... But during the orange/football madness over here I don't want to walk around on orange clogs, ppl could mistake me for a football fan...

    Was really good to meet up with you guys again after a few years silence. My brother also had a good time and is already planning for next year.

    Timolgra, a few years ago I went back to Iceland, and posted this report on AdvRider.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwerver View Post

    Timolgra, a few years ago I went back to Iceland, and posted this report on AdvRider.
    Good one, I think Iceland's back on my agenda....I need that space again
    KEA

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    Me and Miss Daisy have just got back.

    Did Hog Raost and then went camping for a few days.

    A huge thankyou to 'Bakerman and co' for a fantastic weekend.

    It was our first Hog Raost, and certainly won't be our last.

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