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    A Few Pics


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    Quote Originally Posted by grayinthestores View Post

    Humvee, looking undecided

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    Great pic of Cookie and Angie

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    Great pics
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    How much did you pay for all those advertising pics?

    Great pics , give a good feel of the event
    My other bike is ........... in pieces

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    Who kipped in the stable?
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    Then I remembered. He doesn't ride a GS. Therefore he aint at the sharp end of Dudeness...
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    'Where there's offence, there's brass'




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    Quote Originally Posted by brassmonkey001 View Post
    Who kipped in the stable?
    Baby Jesus

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    Sadly no wise men available so he went home empty handed

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    Here's a small selection from Saturday Night. Many attendees had already retired but these few stayed the course, until we were chucked out.





    It was quite a tidy, and gentlemanly, group for now.



    Another of Steptoe's bespoke products; to be released soon.



    A bit of late night watering.



    Now that's a fairly good altitude...



    ...But be careful were you put your feet though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr badger View Post
    Sadly no wise men available so he went home empty handed
    He went home with a AA Customer Care copysheet as it happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort View Post
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    May have beem Moses aparently he "roared through the valey with Triumph" then got the bill from Triumph service and could not have afforded a tent!!

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    Here's a few from the Classic vehicle show.
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    Here's a few for Att
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    Here's mine

    Humvee, Cookie & Angie, Oscar and Steady Eddie - led by myself, had a good ride of 110 miles around some of the Peak's finest roads

    We went out via Cromford to Via Gellia and over to Hartington, where the village fete and scarecrow festival was in full swing.

    Hartington is a lovely typical Peak District village and here's a few pics

    Poignant memorial from last may's Well Dressing festival





    Angie looking bemused looking at a few old relics



    We then headed into Staffordshire and on the road from Longnor to Harpur Hill and then over towards Tideswell and onto Ladybower in the Derwent valley. Next it was over to Edale from Hope where we had lunch at the PennyPot cafe

    These views are from Edale valley





    From then it was over to Gt Hucklow and Eyam then Calver, Baslow and onto Chatsworth drive to Rowsley Bar

    We then finished it off from the splendid road from Youlgreave via Winster back to Via Gellia

    Sat night @ Lumb Farm was the usual UKGSER bash

    A surreal shot of ATT (somewhere) getting a bit angry after Ditchwater took a pic of him in bog cubicle



    Steptoe was sporting the latest TT adventure rider acccessory



    Next morning, one 1200 rider went home on a recovery truck, courtesy of the AA



    Andres enjoying his version of the 'Big Breakfast'

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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    We covered some of those roads too, Castleton and Hope had the Morris Dancers in full swing .No pics. The weather was perfick.
    Good photos ,did worry that my route might of killed the Guzzi.Sweet sounding thing that it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    A surreal shot of ATT (somewhere) getting a bit angry after Ditchwater took a pic of him in bog cubicle


    It wasn't me...


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