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    Cheers boys

    Many thanks for organising a great weekend.
    Quiet Bob and I had a ball.
    We had to put up with frost on Friday, skeleton heeds, excessive cholesterol,
    And worst of all a funeral party with young ladies in short black skirts and stockings who insisted on putting foundation on our shining noses.

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    More thanks

    Thanks to Colin, Georgia and Mort for a well run brilliant weekend. Met a lot of people and even remembered some of their names this morning......

    And yet more apologies to the Cullen contingent for the snaffled chocolate biscuits and sarnie....Baz apologizes!

    Looking forward to next year
    Superheroes and evil twins go together like peanut butter and... evil peanut butter!

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    Great time, great roads, even the weather behaved in spite of the forecasts!

    Superb site/village setting, terrific organisation many many thanks to you guys, esp Rob and Gail (not forgetting Baz the foraging 'fox') Red Fox from AnimateIt.net

    for making this such a fun and friendly do. Met some great new friends too

    Al and Sandy

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    Well done Colin and Rob (and their spouses for giving them the time off and supporting them). Fantastic weekend. Looking forward to next year.
    We should learn from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism. [/I]

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    Great Event

    Many thanks to Rob & Colin for organising a great weekend.
    The site was great and the hotel did a great job with meals and breakfasts. Great roads & scenery around and about too.

    Thanks Again..................Grizzly

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    I'm glad I met up with Rob's Bimblers at Carter Bar.

    I'd never ridden with more than 3 other bikes before and found it very different to just tootling about on my own. Very enjoyable and a good opportunity to see other peoples riding techniques

    Hope I didn't get in the way too much, I look forward to try and join more of these get togethers in the future

    I hope you all made it home safely.
    I dunno, I think I was off that day.

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    Now that was a little bit special....

    Thanks to Rob, Colin and the Girls, Gail and Georgia....

    Colins run was good fun but, that last ten miles were a smile inducing blast, Colin, your Mrs definitely plays with a 'Full Gearbox'...

    Great to meet up with old friends and meet new ones...

    Roll on next year (and don't change a thing)...
    Sometimes, Bullshit smells of Piss Take!

    Putting things into perspective...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beetle2112 View Post
    the MILF question......
    Indeed. Why not just ask a stranger when you've already been told to try Google in the privacy of your own home.

    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeH View Post
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    Sorry to occupy the couch in advance of you.

    Thanks for the effort to make a great weekend. And, better weather weather than here right now. Ask Rushy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qjumper View Post
    I'm glad I met up with Rob's Bimblers at Carter Bar.

    I'd never ridden with more than 3 other bikes before and found it very different to just tootling about on my own. Very enjoyable and a good opportunity to see other peoples riding techniques

    Hope I didn't get in the way too much, I look forward to try and join more of these get togethers in the future

    I hope you all made it home safely.
    You were blessed: I've never seen a ride with so many bikes run so smooth and at a decent pace.

    Thank you to all in The Bimble.

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    Great weekend, so good to put faces and personalities to avatars
    Bordering kick starts the season for us so big thanks to Colin & Rob and the support crew

    Mike&Maxine great to meet you at long last

    Chris&Beth.
    Ploughing on regardless.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by phooey View Post
    Mike&Maxine great to meet you at long last
    Likewise, and the 'Dressing Gown' is now gracing it's rightful place...
    Sometimes, Bullshit smells of Piss Take!

    Putting things into perspective...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DitchWater View Post



    Sorry to occupy the couch in advance of you.
    No worries Ditch... the kitchen was the place to be, the sofa was in the underneath amplification chamber

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    Many thanks to Col and Mort, plus Gail and Georgia

    A very,very good weekend, despite little sleep
    JohnnyBoxer



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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    Many thanks to Rob and Colin, for all their hard work in organising another great event.
    Smashing campsite and ride out, in a great location.
    +1 Thanks from me and Harry the cat.

    Great event - hope to do it again next year
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    Thanks Rob and Colin for putting on a great weekend, also to the Tail End Charlie out on the bimble.

    A special thanks to Gail and her kettle.

    We met some wonderful people and hope to meet them all again soon.

    Cheers, Jeff (KTM Adventure) and Helen (Kawasaki ER6)

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    What a cracking weekend really enjoyed it and had a great chat with loads of new friends. The ride out to the coast was excellent and Jefs story about the twin air horns made me laugh half the way back to Yorkshire hopefully we see you all on the road somewhere or next year same time same place.

    John and Carol

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