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    Thanks Dan

    Cheers Dan - seemingly you need to take a rest and its good to see all the positive feedback for your efforts. Long may we be blessed with geezers like you willing to put yourself out for the rest of us.

    I apologise for my winging mate he's not a regular camper and Mrs Val, I`m bringing a hammer next time for you

    But I am dead chuffed to see he enjoyed it!

    Only gripe?

    The food........................ (not dans`s - impressive as usual) but the bacon sandwich came from the devils bum.

    Otherwise it was great, thanks to all!



    PS Sorry for all the farting..............

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    That made me giggle "if you lot don't shut up i've a club hammer here that will do the job"

    Also the geezer who walked in the pub with his underpants on cos he forgot to get dressed, classic, just goes to show some people just shouldn't leave home!
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    Thanks Dan and Cal, that went down well.
    Can't remember who it was came up with the clotted cream, but it was a good topping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill-H View Post
    Thanks Dan and Cal, that went down well.
    Can't remember who it was came up with the clotted cream, but it was a good topping.
    It was Sue, Matkat's better half! A nice spoon of Rodda's finished them off nicely. I thought.
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    Thanks Dan and Cal for an absolutely cracking weekend. Biking, camping, drinking and Aunt Sally – a pretty much perfect weekend for me Loved the new venue too – please please do it again next year Nice work

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    Mucho enjoyment from all of us, including the pooch
    Many thanks for everything, really enjoyed it
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    Thanks to Dan and Cal for organising and Vicki and the crew at the George! Had a fantastic time catching up with old friends and making new ones

    And thanks to those that came on the off-road ride - great bunch, good variety of bikes and everyone gave it a go.
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    one day ill drag my sorry ass to this event

    sound like a great time was had by all
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    Big Thanks

    Great to see friends old and now new. As usual Dan and Cal had put in a lot of effort and it was a change of venue that enabled them to chill a bit more than usual. Memorable cheese as usual and of course Bill's jaffa cakes topped off with clotted cream and Hogan's excellent cyder on tap and Andy's Cracken rum would normally ensure we had a great night's sleep
    The church bells peeling away put paid to that, thoughg as the 3rd loudest bell in England the whole set made for a noisy peel.
    Thanks a lot to the Scobie, and a for Aunt Sally.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by garfield View Post
    I'm home, thanks Dan, Cal and all the other helpers / bringers of things....

    a fantastic weekend, many laughs, thanks everyone, I had to maintain an average speed of 68 m.p.h for the 340 miles home ... ......it's feckin cold and windy out there, I've never seen wind socks near vertical before, thought the winds were going to rip my helmet off at times....

    I'd also like to reserve a special thanks for the Acolytes of our Lord and Saviour for showing us the true Christian spirit of 'giving' at 4 each morning.....





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    THE BELLS!

    Aye 'twas a bit draughty for me too: Tank bag almost blew off ..

    Oh ..er... Thanks to Cal & Dan and all involved for making a very relaxing weekend for me.

    Brilliant!

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    found this about the feckin' bells.

    The magnificent 120 foot Perpendicular tower of the Grade I Listed St.George's Church, with its four pinnacles, is an easily distinguished landmark. It houses the second heaviest peal of six bells in the world. They are in regular use with local bell ringers, and a carillon plays hymn tunes automatically 8 times a day.

    it mentions 8 times a day but fook all about the ones through the night.
    what a great idea.

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    I loved the Bells....Those who complain about them are culturally barren
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    Thanks team Toad, good weekend, good company, good time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shep View Post
    That made me giggle "if you lot don't shut up i've a club hammer here that will do the job"

    Also the geezer who walked in the pub with his underpants on cos he forgot to get dressed, classic, just goes to show some people just shouldn't leave home!
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    Quote Originally Posted by att View Post
    I loved the Bells....Those who complain about them are culturally barren



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    many thanks to all those involved in organising this event, really enjoyed it . Taa v much

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