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    Breakfasts

    Just called into the camp site and pub to make sure all is okay.

    The pub said they could do cooked breakfasts on the Saturday and Sunday morning if there's enough interest (10 or more).

    Anyone interested?

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    The simple answer is yes.
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul G (BHT) View Post
    Just called into the camp site and pub to make sure all is okay.

    The pub said they could do cooked breakfasts on the Saturday and Sunday morning if there's enough interest (10 or more).

    Anyone interested?

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    Yes. Saves on washing-up.

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    Sounds like a fine idea.....I'm representing myself & Mike on the reply, so a double vote of yesum

    Mutley will do the same I would guess, so that's a thrice yesum on a single reply.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr K View Post
    Yes. Saves on washing-up.

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    Yes. And I won't complain if they're not up to Hilton standards...
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    One of the delights of a weekend away, I get a cooked breakfast without having to do anything other than pay for it.

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    Sounds good to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarIndia View Post
    Yes. And I won't complain if they're not up to Hilton standards...
    Not taking a ****in' stove then?

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    If you want a great breakfast, bring a ****in' stove.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whatton View Post
    Not taking a ****in' stove then?
    Always - issue's not refusing to be cooked for, it's not moaning like a toddler when it's not like breakfast at Simpsons...
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    I suppose that'll do and I hope there's black pudding, and I don't have to join KB's threesome.

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    Thats a yes from me and Stan, as long as they havent employed Baskervilles cook
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    Quote Originally Posted by DitchWater View Post
    and I don't have to join KB's threesome.
    You should be so lucky

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    Quote Originally Posted by DitchWater View Post
    I suppose that'll do and I hope there's black pudding, and I don't have to join KB's threesome.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bert the tigger View Post
    You should be so lucky
    I'm too skinney aren't I?

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    Sunday morning brekkie please
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    Looks like we're up to 15 or 16 so far.... any more up for morning nose bag?

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