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Thread: Thank you Steve, Becks & Co

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    Thumbs up Thank you Steve, Becks & Co

    Massive thank you from Gill, Sam and I, for a fantastic weekend and for sorting the fantastic weather out for us all

    Awesome weekend, fantastic venue, food, superb entertainment and most of all good company

    Dare I say it, I reckon this was one of the best Hograosts we've been to



    Oh, who was the lady in pink?

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    thanks for a great weekend.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Lo-IQ View Post
    thanks for a great weekend.



    Pictures of scooter a Kateea ple

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    I'll ask the chef for some once he's back....

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    only made it for the saturday, but had a good day including watching the motoGP in the pub, and a great night involving alcohol and piss taking in equal measure.

    many thanks to steve and team

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    saturday visitor as well

    always remember that you are absolutely unique, just like everyone else.

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    And thanks for letting Sam on your scooter Steve, his first ever ride on one

    He loved it, must admit I quite liked it too I've been looking Who needs a big fat heavy bike

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    Quote Originally Posted by shready View Post
    ... Who needs a big fat heavy bike
    Big, fat, heavy blokes...?
    Att's Fan Club- Old C**t - Senile Member.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shready View Post
    And thanks for letting Sam on your scooter Steve, his first ever ride on one

    He loved it,
    And how well did that go down with Gill

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    Quote Originally Posted by judge View Post
    And how well did that go down with Gill
    OK (very) surprisingly, he had a shakey start but was soon doing laps of the field. On the lookout for one myself now

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    Quote Originally Posted by shready View Post
    OK (very) surprisingly, he had a shakey start but was soon doing laps of the field. On the lookout for one myself now
    I'd perhaps look for one that didn't say fiddler down each side - where we live people are less forgiving of such faux-pas

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    Quote Originally Posted by judge View Post
    I'd perhaps look for one that didn't say fiddler down each side - where we live people are less forgiving of such faux-pas
    I thought it was Fiddle, not much better though

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