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    Quote Originally Posted by IJGser View Post
    Thanks Bill. I was there in spirit. I knew it was going to be a blast. Glad everyone had such a good time.

    Mikeyboy had your share of the booze, very funny watching him trying to go to his tent in the early hours of Sunday morning ( pished as a fart )
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    Bollox yer nosey gits
    That was a "do" and a half.
    What a great weekend..
    Plus a couple more days for me Barb and ~Anna..
    Just adding to everyone elses thoughts.
    A Proper Tosser "do"
    Thanks again.... Bill, Jake and Crumpet.

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    Yaaaaaaay Bill.... Yaaaaaay Bill.... Yeeeeehaaaarrrrr Bill!!!! clap:drinkinpa:drinkinpa

    Like everyone's said, we can't find the words to thank you for an amazing weekend so, Thank You Bill.

    Oh, and i think i've been attending too many of the same events as Ash.... i no longer seem to be perturbed by the sight of a wobbly moon!

    If quitters never win and winners never quit... What idiot came up with 'Quit while you're ahead'??????

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    Bill, Firstly, my apologies for such late response.

    As has been said many times already, Jill and I would like to offer our sincere thanks and congratulations for such a great weekend. Your generosity and hospitality are beyond anything we've seen before.

    Thank you so much. we enjoyed ourselves tremendously.

    Thanks too to all who where involved, tossers and non tossers alike not forgetting Fil (Flip) for organising, and Andy (AndrewGSADV) for leading the Back road bimble, plus others involved in making it such a good day out. I've never ridden the sidecar so hard in the whole two years I've had it. What a hoot!

    Don't like to boast, but we probably had the had the only free ride home too
    The poor old Hymer sprung a leak in the rear brake necessitating the use of the the yellow card, which produced a nice man (err! men, three of them actually) in a big yellow truck to give us a lift back to Wiltshire. Eventually got back at 11pm, just in time for work at 4am
    Still, better to get the mishaps out of the way now and a big service done ready for our trip to Italy later in the year.

    Thanks Bill, best weekend ever

    Val & Jill
    You know!?, it's the people who live in the land that always seem to make it more beautiful than it already appears.

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