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    Quote Originally Posted by mr badger View Post
    Work first my young apprentice.

    Come to the Cotswolds in August if you miss us then. It's going to be great. Toad on the hobs, undoubted cocktails and probably late night cheese.

    Yes, do try to Carry on up the Cotswolds with us...or come to Ripley.......or, if all else fails, might we see you at Dirty Little Hobbit's do at Ed-wotsit-stone in October...ooh-ooh, or at Bec's birthday bash at the beginning of August..???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madame B View Post
    Yes, do try to Carry on up the Cotswolds with us...or come to Ripley.......or, if all else fails, might we see you at Dirty Little Hobbit's do at Ed-wotsit-stone in October...ooh-ooh, or at Bec's birthday bash at the beginning of August..???
    Edwardstone is, alas, the only one where our paths are likely to cross. We are just snowed under with other stuff for all the rest and will miss them all including The Becster's birthday.

    Have the odd tipple or three for us this weekend, ok?

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    I can arrange for one or more Badger Bikes to be parked out front - black and yellow, if not particularly stripy

    My GS is black and yellow. Does that mean I am in the set?

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    Well I've started already.. Taking tomorrow off as well and hoping for some low wind so I can go model flying.
    Peter

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    My bike is Black and Yellow as it happens
    I will be there around noon friday
    I have packed and fueled the Hornet all ready as it can be
    Booked the Sunshine and warm evenings
    Dont think there is owt else

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    Done most of me pre-pack, just need me unmentionables to dry (after washing) and it can all be stacked on the bike.

    Entertaining tomorrow evening, so nee to be mostly ready now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr K View Post
    Done most of me pre-pack, just need me unmentionables to dry (after washing) and it can all be stacked on the bike.

    Entertaining tomorrow evening, so nee to be mostly ready now.


    you have just mentioned your unmentionables
    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post

    you have just mentioned your unmentionables
    Oh well, they're flapping on the line now..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr K View Post
    Oh well, they're flapping on the line now..

    the back door flap purppppppppppppp !
    [ like the old western films ]
    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    the back door flap purppppppppppppp !
    [ like the old western films ]
    More beans Mongo?

    PAAAAAAAAAAAArP!

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    I'm doing my packing list now:

    No 1: Comfort bottle for nightly wee relief.

    No 2: spare roll bag for relief.

    No 3: coffee pot for caffeine relief:

    No 4: paracetamol and ibuprofen for pain relief

    No 5: unmentionables for hygiene relief:

    The rest can sort itself out and I'll see you around 14:00hrs.

    If anyone wants to do a or run to Sainsbury's I'll be heading to Thetford after the tent is up and the bike unloaded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DitchWater View Post
    I'm doing my packing list now:

    No 1: Comfort bottle for nightly wee relief.

    No 2: spare roll bag for relief.

    No 3: coffee pot for caffeine relief:

    No 4: paracetamol and ibuprofen for pain relief

    No 5: unmentionables for hygiene relief:

    The rest can sort itself out and I'll see you around 14:00hrs.

    If anyone wants to do a or run to Sainsbury's I'll be heading to Thetford after the tent is up and the bike unloaded.
    Outstanding prep chap.....2 cases of Fosters for me please ; I'll squeeze some pimms in somehow , but may not have room for the jug...
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    Tis pointless without your jugs.

    You'll have extra carrying capacity now that *G*'s probably not abusing your load weight.

    BTW, is that a traditional 24 tinnie case or the chav 15 tinnie easy carry case?

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    Leaving at about 3pm so will be there a few hour after that
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    Quote Originally Posted by DitchWater View Post
    Tis pointless without your jugs.

    You'll have extra carrying capacity now that *G*'s probably not abusing your load weight.

    BTW, is that a traditional 24 tinnie case or the chav 15 tinnie easy carry case?
    He he...right on extra capacity!!

    I shall apply all learnings from the master packers course I recently attended... and the jug will be brought...

    Re: the tinnies - as you see fit, and whatever S/Bury's have in stock...

    Lemonade, ice, mint, strawbs & cucumber will complete the Pimms circle.....I've 3/4 bottle left, so perhaps another bottle might be prudent
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    The washing's done and dried, all the camping gear is sat in a corner waiting to be packed and Godzilla-The-Tent is staring at me menacingly but I'm not going to be daunted.

    First thing tomorrow, it's out with the bike and the spanners to fit the panniers and a leisurely start, assuming that I don't get nabbed by work on my day off .



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