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    Show us your pictures



    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

    UKGSER-A place where I've wasted so much time, learned so much, laughed a lot and cried a few times.

    Every bed of roses has pricks in it!

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    Bloody rubbish KTM's eh Ash

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    Quote Originally Posted by shready View Post
    Bloody rubbish KTM's eh Ash
    got home safely then
    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

    UKGSER-A place where I've wasted so much time, learned so much, laughed a lot and cried a few times.

    Every bed of roses has pricks in it!

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    Look at that

    i even sent a truck to match the colour of the bike,sort of camoflaged it, to save embarassment

    Stuff for sale:Al jesse panniers for a 1200 Air cooled.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    got home safely then
    Yes thanks mate, a few interesting junctions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomad biker View Post
    i even sent a truck to match the colour of the bike,sort of camoflaged it, to save embarassment
    What broken bike, I can't see one...

    Sumprat

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    I didn't take too many pics this year, can't think why
    I arrived at the site Friday afternoon and for the 2nd year running I camped, here's the proof



    Elvis was doing his thang.........



    A busy evening of chatting, eating and drinking ensued and continued with a nightcap or six into the small hours

    This made us (Me Cookie, Dave & Oscar) late for the Saturday road ride-by about half an hour........

    We had the route so set off and we happened upon the group who were not going where we were going
    Maybe this was why..........


    Darkhorse lead the charge and we all wobbled our way across, it was deeper than anticipated and the base was loose and stony, fair play to Cookie for taking his 5 day/ 200 mile old Yellow GSA across




    Bikes drip drying after the crossing we waited for the rest of the group (who were now behind us) and thought we would get some pics of the mayhem as they crossed.........



    We waited and waited

    There was a nice cottage nearby..........



    We waited some more...........we concluded they had bottled it so we set off in search of refreshments and happened upon the group at a local hostelry, they were leaving soon after we had arrived so, suitably refreshed we set off and enjoyed some great riding before ending up at the ferry crossing, guess who was there



    We re-grouped for the crossing and then promptly split again (we went to Swanage for lunch)

    Ferry arriving.......



    On board the boat......



    After a leisurely late lunch stop we headed for cookie's to pick up Angie and then headed back to the Hograost site in Andover where a long and orderly queue formed.......



    Lots more chatting, drinking, putting the world to rights etc.




    Followed by the Blues Brothers.......



    Who were rather good







    Then it was stories around the fire, Dean Martin music on Bakerman's van stereo etc.






    I can't remember much after that but I seem to have arrived home safely and I'm sure I had a good time, well done to all who attended and Steve and family and team of slaves, until the next time
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    Quote Originally Posted by shready View Post
    Bloody rubbish KTM's eh Ash
    Dont listen to him... there's no way the driver would have risked carrying a GS that far back, he's have wheelied the truck all the way home!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiquidLAN View Post
    Dont listen to him... there's no way the driver would have risked carrying a GS that far back, he's have wheelied the truck all the way home!!!
    When he drove past us on site,i thought to myself " why so far back ".
    It was up/down and that was on grass at low speed.
    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

    UKGSER-A place where I've wasted so much time, learned so much, laughed a lot and cried a few times.

    Every bed of roses has pricks in it!

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    ALL TOO MUCH

    Well for some of us

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    Get off My Road
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    Anger management course needed

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    Graham
    You had the chance to push Gasbag off that wall and drowned him,nobody would miss him
    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

    UKGSER-A place where I've wasted so much time, learned so much, laughed a lot and cried a few times.

    Every bed of roses has pricks in it!

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    Wink Sorry Two Wheel Humvee...

    we would get some pics of the mayhem as they crossed.........
    We waited and waited
    After I'd plotted the route, I realised that one of the reasons peeps might want to go on a Road Ride is to avoid things like, er, fords? So I cut it out.

    Never thought there'd be another group of Riders doing the route. Never mind, it all turned out nice in the end eh?

    "..........what a Long Strange Trip it's been."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martyn B View Post
    After I'd plotted the route, I realised that one of the reasons peeps might want to go on a Road Ride is to avoid things like, er, fords? So I cut it out.

    Never thought there'd be another group of Riders doing the route. Never mind, it all turned out nice in the end eh?

    Just pulling your leg Martyn
    It was our intention to join you initially, our fault we missed the off from the car park-this was due to an alcohol induced fug from the night before

    Great ride
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    Hmmm...


    Cheating!


    Someone had fun!


    Does a person really fit in there?


    The GS shopping trolley:


    Now that's dirty!


    Hogroast fashion parade...


    Echo of Elvis entertaining the queue.


    The crowd storm The Echo...


    Large portion of roast hog please!!!


    View from the bar. Can you spot the UFO?


    The Blues Brothers...


    Shaking a tail Feather!

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    More pics...

    Arrived around lunchtime and got set up...



    Saw Tom for the 1st time in a while


    Dan got his toys out


    How's this work then???


    Me and Bakes


    MMmmmm fresh bread


    Paella anyone?






    Mmmmmmm DOUGHNUTS










    Didn't go on any od the ride outs on Sat so decided to head down the road to Middle Wallop





    Lo IQ setting up.....How does this work then


    Me and Dr Alf


    Hograost.....




    Pauly, Bakes and Archie


    Sat night with the Blues Brothers










    Dad dancing.....



    All in all a fantastic weekend. Best Hograost yet?.
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    Probably....!!!!

    Well done to Steve and all the Bakerman family for producing yet another fantastic event.... Not sure how your going to top this one Steve!!
    Emptiness is the starting point - In order to taste my cup of water you must first empty your cup. My friend , drop all your preconceived fixed ideas and be neutral. Do you know why this cup is so useful? Because it is EMPTY.....

    R1200 GSA LC / RnineT


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