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    Question Shelter?

    Pauly,

    Weather forecast is looking a bit iffy for the weekend.

    Are we still having that marquee or some other type of group shelter from the elements?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shready View Post
    Pauly,

    Weather forecast is looking a bit iffy for the weekend.

    Are we still having that marquee or some other type of group shelter from the elements?
    Yer - good point - did anyone think about booking a marquee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post
    Yer - good point - did anyone think about booking a marquee?

    I was referring to this post.

    http://www.ukgser.com/forums/showpos...&postcount=384

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    Quote Originally Posted by shready View Post


    There you go, spoiling a perfectly good pisstake with a sensible response
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post


    There you go, spoiling a perfectly good pisstake with a sensible response
    Like your style

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    Are there any trees on the site that may be useful for the erection of a tarp shelter?

    I've got a huge tarp, but carrying the poles on the bike can be impractical.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post
    Are there any trees on the site that may be useful for the erection of a tarp shelter?

    I've got a huge tarp, but carrying the poles on the bike can be impractical.
    There will be trees on the site until the fire gets going

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    I'm in the truck bloody consultant still says it's a bad idea to be on a bike....



    I could bring my chainsaw...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lo-IQ View Post
    I'm in the truck bloody consultant still says it's a bad idea to be on a bike....



    I could bring my chainsaw...
    I will have an axe

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    might bring the malayan machette and some plasters....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post
    Are there any trees on the site that may be useful for the erection of a tarp shelter?

    I've got a huge tarp, but carrying the poles on the bike can be impractical.
    Loads of trees in situ
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bert the tigger View Post
    I will have an axe
    I'll watch & be ready to transport folk to A & E.....
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    If only I'd known

    I'll bring me Grunsfors..............
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    silly thought but why not just burn the trees in situ, save a lot of work

    Maybe best to this after

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post


    If only I'd known

    I'll bring me Grunsfors..............
    Bring an axe too

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    Calling Steve Weil

    He's offered a large family tent for us to loan.
    edit... i probably can still get the marquee, but it will be around £11 a head.up to you lot really.
    Al Jesse panniers for sale , fits a 1200 GS /GSA Air cooled £450 posted.




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