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  1. #17
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    So very chuffed that everyone had such a good time...

    Fab to have such a variety of faces old and new.

    A big thank you to Neil for feeding so many folk and to all for your generosity.

    A big yay to Captain K, Womble and Unsuitable for the off road shenanigans.

    I 'spose you might be persuaded to do it all again next year...?

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    i have had to re register as my account was not working i had a good run home, i never had to put a foot down : my dismount would not achieved a very good score 7.5 across the board at the most. i will be brining my armchair next time
    thanks for the event

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    Thank you Mr and Mrs Badger for a cracking social event
    great event of the year
    maybe better than last years
    I bet next years will be even better
    I doooooooo hope so that yer do it again

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    A fantastic weekend. BIG HUGE thanks to all that organised and cooked. I shall never forget it.
    Nor will I ever forget the pickled chillis

    My first GSer event and it was great.

    I'm looking forward to Boxer Beet III "Keep you a troshing me old booty!" already

    Don't forget, the "Le GSTRO" section for all your Sloe Gin/Vodka recipes.

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    (1lt cheap vodka. 12oz sugar. 1lb Sloes).
    2005 R1200GS Classic. Remus De-cat and Hilltop remap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miff View Post
    A fantastic weekend. BIG HUGE thanks to all that organised and cooked. I shall never forget it.
    Nor will I ever forget the pickled chillis

    My first GSer event and it was great.

    I'm looking forward to Boxer Beet III "Keep you a troshing me old booty!" already

    Don't forget, the "Le GSTRO" section for all your Sloe Gin/Vodka recipes.

    Also at http://www.sloe.biz/

    (1lt cheap vodka. 12oz sugar. 1lb Sloes).
    The pickled chilies have been put aside for you,until next year
    Perfekt ist nicht gut genug.

    UKGSER-A place where I've wasted so much time, learned so much, laughed a lot and cried a few times.

    Every bed of roses has pricks in it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    The pickled chilies have been put aside for you,until next year
    I still can't get the smell out of my sleeping bag. I think I'm going to have to burn it
    2005 R1200GS Classic. Remus De-cat and Hilltop remap.

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    I'll join all the other happy campers in thanking Tim, Jo and Neil for a brilliant weekend, great company, yummy scran and a great varied ride out....roll on next year
    Superheroes and evil twins go together like peanut butter and... evil peanut butter!

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    great varied ride out.
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    I consider myself to be privalaged to be there again: What a wonderful weekend away to see some old friends and new.

    Top marks to the East Anglian Section attendees and especially Tim and Jo for the work they have put in to get us all toghether. I appreciate your hospitality and hope to recieve it again next time.

    To those who missed out. It's worth it for the ride-outs alone.

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    Aye, it were troshin' marvelous.
    The OOaa bird is so-called because it lays square eggs

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    was bloody hard Riding home after our quick visit friday

    if any of you riding in was wondering who the twat on the big green trumpet
    was ! waving like a loon yup that was me
    Dont Bogart that joint my friend, pass it over to me

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