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Thread: Wapping's Wanders Six - Weekend of 22 / 23 October

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    Thanks for Phone numbers guy's.

    See you all in the morning.

    Terry & Ang

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    Thanks to everyone for making the weekend a good 'un, I really enjoyed it.

    Pictures follow soonest.

    Richard

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    I hope everyone had a great trip Look forward to seeing pictures.

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    For anyone looking to stay in Albert, the hotel was fine, nice people and a good restaurant I'd stay there again, or drop in for lunch.

    There is a good bar next door, too. Just to the left of the hotel as you face it.

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    Did you meet lots of sugar beet lorries ? Last time I was there the place was over-run with them Took me weeks to get all that Somme mud out of my bike .....

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    Terry & ang reporting in home safe and sound.

    Richard topman. Top weekend. Good company one and all.

    Thank you

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    Richard,
    Many thanks for another great weekend.Great riding great company,great little hotel and food.
    Kev

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    Richard,

    Thanks for organising.. a very enjoyable trip. Good company, good riding, good weather, what more can you ask for..

    Cheers,
    Rob

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    Another cracker, thanks Richard!
    Evil C

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    Danger! Men at work






    But then there was one......







    With a bright idea......



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    Some snaps












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    Albert itself had scrubbed up nicely. This was the area around the railway station (just down the road from our hotel) in 1918

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