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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    A splendid weekend, and great to catch up with old & new tossers...

    next year I'm going turn up in this bad boy....maybe....

    new job working out ok so far then?

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    CAR PARK

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    A splendid weekend, and great to catch up with old & new tossers...

    Thanks to Steve & Team for their usual excellent efforts....

    A special thx to Eddie for allowing me to have a dry nights sleep...

    I got fecking soaked again on the way home, but thanks to the 'drying rooms' @ Andover RFC, and my being led astray to purchase new gloves, I was as dry as a bone on returning home...

    However, next year I'm going turn up in this bad boy....maybe....



    that beast makes you look positively pretty Dahling feck me Kieth how big an accessory mount is that gonna need dont think ive enough Ali
    Dont Bogart that joint my friend, pass it over to me

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    All cars should be in the car park (once unloaded and camp set up). Otherwise it's like camping in a car park and just keeps everyone separated.
    I'm tired of giving a reason when the future is what we believe in.

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    4 X 4`s with folks sleeping in them ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    4 X 4`s with folks sleeping in them ?
    LEAVE THE HILLBILLYS OUT OF THIS
    Dont Bogart that joint my friend, pass it over to me

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    4 wheels are the new 2 don't you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chad View Post
    LEAVE THE HILLBILLYS OUT OF THIS
    i'm surprised they didnt bring their old sofas and sit on them outside..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul G (BHT) View Post
    Now that's what I call a company car

    Should get a full size double bed in the back of there
    Oh yes, and fully dry too....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamstein View Post
    new job working out ok so far then?
    So far so good mate....having trouble sleeping now!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by chad View Post
    that beast makes you look positively pretty Dahling feck me Kieth how big an accessory mount is that gonna need dont think ive enough Ali
    It's the flute lovely....

    Bloody truck is awesome....
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    Thumbs up Thank You Steve & Team.

    Sincere thanks to Steve and his team of assistants for all your work and effort to make such a great event. Well done.

    We (Me, wife and sons) enjoyed our weekend and had a good time.
    The persistent rain, occasionally torrential didn't dampen spirits and in fact everyone was jovial.

    Thanks also for the Jam Doughnuts, they're absolutely delicious.
    We shall have to move near your bakery as the Jam Doughnuts where we reside are far inferior to your mouthwatering offerings.

    We look forward to Hog Raost 2013.

    Cheers,

    Richard, Christine & Sons.


    P. S.

    Thanks to Gaz (SkyGod) for bringing some kit.
    I needed a pair of gloves for trail riding in the summer in the dry warm weather (when it eventually arrives)
    3 different pairs of Klim gloves later, now I think that I've got all weather conditions covered.

    Cheers Gaz and Ian.

    Rich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    A splendid weekend, and great to catch up with old & new tossers...

    Thanks to Steve & Team for their usual excellent efforts....

    A special thx to Eddie for allowing me to have a dry nights sleep...

    I got fecking soaked again on the way home, but thanks to the 'drying rooms' @ Andover RFC, and my being led astray to purchase new gloves, I was as dry as a bone on returning home...

    However, next year I'm going turn up in this bad boy....maybe....









    KTM 525 EXC would look great in the back of that "Monster Energy" truck and be ideal for the traditional Hog Raost off - road ride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin View Post
    All cars should be in the car park (once unloaded and camp set up). Otherwise it's like camping in a car park and just keeps everyone separated.
    Only if you let be like that. You've got legs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robin View Post
    All cars should be in the car park (once unloaded and camp set up). Otherwise it's like camping in a car park and just keeps everyone separated.
    i agree.

    it's a bike event, not a car event. at least, i thought it was

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    I'd say it's a great event where people eat, drink, dance, laugh, make new friends, catch up with old friends and sleep in tents no matter how they arrive. Long may it continue.....Roll on 2013.
    Any spelling mistakes, punctuation errors or missuse of capitals are intentional and are designed to wind up the doughnuts amongst us.

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