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    Gutted I couldn't make it.

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    What a Carry On

    Dan and Cal,
    Delighted we came to the event, really enjoyed the setting, sustenance and soundtrack.
    Hopefully we'll be back for more next year.
    Pat, Jon and Vin Diesel
    Everybody dies,
    only some live!!

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    Dan Cal
    Thanks for a fab weekend had a great time great to see everyone

    Cheers
    Eddie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat Creagh View Post
    Dan and Cal,
    Delighted we came to the event, really enjoyed the setting, sustenance and soundtrack.
    Hopefully we'll be back for more next year.
    Pat, Jon and Vin Diesel
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    Thanks Dan and Cal.

    That was a good relaxing weekend at a nice pub. .
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    Gutted i could'nt be there, top couple Dan & Cal....it won't happen again , glad it was such a success . (i consoled myself by drinking dark ales and stouts & following Mr K's & Pete's updates beamed up from a tinfoil hat)

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    Dan and Cal thanks for a nice weekend.

    Most memorable part of the weekend - ATT describing how he lighted himself on fire . Twice.

    Nice to see some of the Hymers last year hooked up and had some children which came along this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by att View Post
    I loved the Bells....Those who complain about them are culturally barren
    Att my friend, you seem to know me so well already

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Codger View Post
    Was all the the nocternal din the CARILLION or the CARRION or both

    Didnt spoil the Craic tho

    You packed that tent yet Tony ?
    Carrillon, Carrion very good

    yep got it packed and back in the bag, result

    great friday afternoon, evening, night with you guys sat out the back of the pub. great beer and company.

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    Well Chaps !

    Quote Originally Posted by UturnTony View Post

    great friday afternoon, evening, night with you guys sat out the back of the pub. great beer and company.
    Only went for a quick pint. Result !!!!!!
    Two old truckers a cabbie and a pig farmer , what a mix , what a chuckle, Beer and Bollix.
    What GSers do best Great to have made your aquaintances

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    This was my first GSer event and I had a ball. A great bunch of people, great venue (APART from the BELLS!) and a great 'spirited' ride. Thanks to Dan, Cal and DrAlf for their efforts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by att View Post
    I loved the Bells....Those who complain about them are culturally barren
    They were great. It's the first time I've heard church bells playing Abide With Me! Long may it continue.
    Every day I wake up is a good day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbug View Post
    They were great. It's the first time I've heard church bells playing Abide With Me! Long may it continue.
    First time i've ever played "Name that tune" at 6am
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    I really loved the site it was great. The squirrel chucking bits of walnut at us kept me amused for ages and the people were all amazing.

    Thanks Dan I really do appreciate it you worked hard and as the pub had only been taken over 7 weeks ago they really did amazingly. If you have the energy for another one I will be there next year.
    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyBoxer View Post
    Thanks Dan and Cal, lovely event in an old orchard

    Had a cracking time, meeting old friends and some new ones too

    Good rideout too, thanks Ash for showing me the little known spots of the compact Cotswold and the sight of Ash struggling with a full sized sheep, trying to to squeeze it in the back of an Audi A7 Coupe will never leave me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steptoe View Post
    First time i've ever played "Name that tune" at 6am
    You missed the pilot show at 4am then Steptoe

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