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    Big thanks from me and JusStan.

    Top job by Bryn, Lynn and the Lumb Farm crew

    Another great weekend with fabulous company (well most of them were!)
    Big thanks to everyone who helped with my little puncture episode on saturday

    Paul hope your head cleared enough for the ride home and Packer i hope your satnav didnt pack up
    My other bike is ........... in pieces

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    Thanks Bryn for another great event and for sorting the donkey shed with Angela, she was great. I will point out I had paid in advance for 2 nights camping . Big up to Andrew for leading a merry band of road riders around the peaks all day, it was nice to meet some southerners who appreciated what the north has to offer in terms of scenery..

    Not the best day today, 2 hrs in a recovery truck this morning and then 2hrs in A&E this afternoon with a 23month old who had ingested something she shouldn't ..........but hey Friday & Saturday were good
    As the great philosopher Keating once wrote " Life is a rollercoaster, you just gotta ride it!" ------Amen

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    Rushy hope everything works out with the bike.

    More importantly your little one is home and well.

    We had a good ride out ,the weather gods were with us and of course lunch wasnt bad either. Hope to repeat in the future..

    Andrew

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    Bryn and Lyn, many thanks for another great event

    As always it was good to meet old friends and see some new faces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul G (BHT) View Post
    Bryn and Lyn, many thanks for another great event

    As always it was good to meet old friends and see some new faces and win a fridge.
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    thanks guys .it was a good first 24 hour on UKGSer for me .shame i never found out a day faster to come on the ride out but im shore the will be next time

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    thanks guys .it was a good first 24 hour on UKGSer for me .shame i never found out a day faster to come on the ride out but im shore the will be next time
    KITO, I can't send this photo by PM as your not a Subscriber but here it is anyway.

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    Another great weekend - Thanks.
    att certainly left our newest member with an impression, good to meet you kito.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abrasion View Post
    Big thanks from me and JusStan.

    Top job by Bryn, Lynn and the Lumb Farm crew

    Another great weekend with fabulous company (well most of them were!)
    Big thanks to everyone who helped with my little puncture episode on saturday

    Paul hope your head cleared enough for the ride home and Packer i hope your satnav didnt pack up
    Still had it when I got home.

    Great weekend Bryn/Lynn .

    Thanks to the GS sticker technical department for assistance with my faded stickers

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    Just home..Bloody tired
    Thanks Bryn and Lyn for a damn good event..
    Went up with 2 bikes came back with one
    But I KNOW it will be loved and cherished ..

    OH !!! and thanks to the TWAT that messed my fecking Wobblybox mirrors up..
    £105 for 2 new electric heated mirrors, being as wiring is ripped out of the glass

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    Another great weekend with a few pictures to follow.

    Thanks to Bryn and Lin for the organisation, and the Lumb Farm staff for being brilliant. I hope that there's another Lumb Farm event next year.

    Nearly got blown off the A66 heading home and then no sooner had I crossed the border into Scotland than the weather gods tried to drown me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    OH !!! and thanks to the TWAT that messed my fecking Wobblybox mirrors up..
    £105 for 2 new electric heated mirrors, being as wiring is ripped out of the glass
    Proff, you can buy electrically conductive epoxy resin glue. Just stick them back on. RS Components stock it I believe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Packer View Post
    Proff, you can buy electrically conductive epoxy resin glue. Just stick them back on. RS Components stock it I believe.
    About halfway down the page Here
    Oh and a big thanks to Bryn and Lyn for sorting another great weekend and to Mort and Gail or letting me ride with them in their Disco on the 4x4 trek
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Went up with 2 bikes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    came back with one
    But I KNOW it will be loved and cherished .. unlike the one I didn't sell
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    You UTTER UTTER BARSTARD !!!!

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    Thanks Bryn and Lynne.........................all of us had a ball
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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