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    Thank You

    Many thanks to Tim and Jo for all thier hard work .
    Great fun and cracking ride out.
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    Second that ...

    Many thanks, brilliant day, great company and only got our feet wet.

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    Me and Na and Bagel had a cracking time, met some lovely peeps and drank too much, all thanks to Tim and Jo

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    Back home after another cracking weekend.

    Thanks to Mr & Mrs B for all the organisation that made it a worry free weekend.

    Peter

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    Many thanks to the Badgers for a stonking weekend, it was great to catch up with some old friends and to make some new ones too
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    Many thanks to Jo & Tim, and to everyone else for making the BB a most excellent doo

    -Andy

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    Many thanks to all that suffered my spicy goulash
    We managed to raise over £100 for the Norfolk SERV group

    Roll on next year its someone elses turn

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilDD View Post
    Many thanks to all that suffered my spicy goulash
    We managed to raise over £100 for the Norfolk SERV group

    Roll on next year its someone elses turn
    I have to say, that was just from Neil's catering business.

    Broke even to the penny, with the exception of the goody bag contents..

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    Hi all,

    Many thanks to Tim and Jo for a well organised weekend complete with goodie bags, to Neil for his stew, and for everyone else for their company.

    Most enjoyable weekend in the sticks, and the sun shone on Cromer!

    Regards,

    Matt and Sarah



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    Thanks great event and place, 5 hours home via Ashs route, found myself in a very colourful estate in LUTON GPS follow PINK LINE.

    Yes that was me on the A11 retreving my pannier lid, its now resting where it landed, managed to retreve contents of pannier, flece, crocs and shaving gear.

    Thanks again and I`m glad for the rest, as that was a long 3 days riding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    Thanks great event and place, 5 hours home via Ashs route, found myself in a very colourful estate in LUTON GPS follow PINK LINE.

    Yes that was me on the A11 retreving my pannier lid, its now resting where it landed, managed to retreve contents of pannier, flece, crocs and shaving gear.

    Thanks again and I`m glad for the rest, as that was a long 3 days riding.
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    Seriously, thanks for another great weekend, we had a ball

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    Thanks great event and place, 5 hours home via Ashs route, found myself in a very colourful estate in LUTON GPS follow PINK LINE.

    Yes that was me on the A11 retreving my pannier lid, its now resting where it landed, managed to retreve contents of pannier, flece, crocs and shaving gear.

    Thanks again and I`m glad for the rest, as that was a long 3 days riding.
    And you lived to tell the tale?................Congratulations.

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    Thanks Jo and Tim and the lads the led the off road ride out at a nice pace. My backside has now recovered from being rogered by tail end charlie's KTM rear tyre when he dropped in on me after I had a lay down.

    Thanks all for your efforts.
    Archie

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    Thanks for a great weekend. I throughly enjoyed myself.

    Cheers
    Mark

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    Thanks to Tim and Jo for organising a cracking weekend.

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