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Thread: Late Wander (26, evening??) 27 & 28 October

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    Snow too this morning. A bit chilly at 2.50 c most of the afternoon, too. It's a good job we are rusty- tufty adventure motorcyclists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    Snow too this morning. A bit chilly at 2.50 c most of the afternoon, too. It's a good job we are rusty- tufty adventure motorcyclists.
    ACF would have sorted that

    Have a good one
    JohnnyBoxer



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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    tufty adventure motorcyclists.
    Get your own tag line!

    I hope to have a wander next year. I'll keep an eye out.

    Have a great weekend.

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    A Spaniard, a Welshman and two Englishmen.... That sounds like the start of a corny joke....

    My thanks to the three hardy souls who came along on the final 'Wander' of 2012. The weather was, shall we say, on the bracing side of fresh but we made it there and back without mishap. I enjoyed it.

    Great that we all managed to wriggle onto the same train By joining the A26 just two junctions early instead of stopping in Peronne for a bite to eat was OK. The probable hour and half saved over our booked crossing time I hope made a difference to those coming from further away than Andy and I.

    All the best,

    Richard

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    A great weekend out and thanks to all for the company.

    A little cool on the Sunday morning and luckily no problems.

    Karl

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    Oscar, Karl and in particular Richard,

    Thanks for making this a memorable trip - it had a bit of everything, scenery, pace, sub-zero temperatures but most of all great company . I thoroughly enjoyed it.

    Richard - another well planned and organised wander - great work

    See you in December!

    Cheers,
    Andy

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    Thanks guys for such a lovely weekend
    Although a bit cold for my taste, i did enjoy the routes and specially the company.
    Richard, perfect logistics and planning. Well done.

    Regards

    Oscar

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