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    THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU

    A great big thanks to the three Musketeers. What a brilliant job you did. Hotel and food great, beer too and the scenery Sat morning stunning. Didn't see much in the afternoon. AND my kind of roads to test out the new toy.

    Good to see you rolling through Doolin on your way back. Hope you enjoyed the chowder at Monks.

    See you all again sometime soon.

    Photographs asap please all.
    We should learn from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism. [/I]

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    what can i say

    damo - noodle king
    jo and ken
    joch - (wheres the bat smiley)
    brian and geralding -
    jo on the ktm - whichwaydidshego :O
    gerry - fecker
    laurence - sorry for the rant on the 1 in 1 hairpin uphill on jochs run - the bike felt like it was gonna expire - clutch now hates me

    clare county council - dont sort the roads JUST FIX THE FKIN WEATHER

    everybody else

    whens the next one..........

    oh and the bike that cost less than bogmans bar bill did 971 miles on 4 days and apart from petrol and a torture seat device was fine

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    Many thanks to Geraldine, Brian and Jochen for a great weekend. Lovely to catch up with everyone. Just one thing though, could you please ensure that next time we get a shopping assistant/ care in the community worker with more staying power he abandoned us


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandylicious View Post
    Many thanks to Geraldine, Brian and Jochen for a great weekend. Lovely to catch up with everyone. Just one thing though, could you please ensure that next time we get a shopping assistant/ care in the community worker with more staying power he abandoned us

    That's no way to express the gratitude you owe Barney
    We should learn from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism. [/I]

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    Well I for one really enjoyed that. Hotel was good, food was great & some of the company wasn't too bad

    Thank you one & all for taking the time to come & support the event, without youse the 3 of us would have been very lonely. And bored….
    That goes especially for those that travelled from across the water but it was brill to see a good representation from the wee North as well.

    I'd also like to thank all those who put their hands in their pockets at the lunch stop for the Dax Dash
    Although they've completed the run it's not too late to chuck a few quid at them….



    Quote Originally Posted by petcul View Post
    Good to see you rolling through Doolin on your way back. Hope you enjoyed the chowder at Monks.
    No chowder But we had a very nice lunch in Vasco in Fanore
    Sorry we didn't have time to stop but I was trying to make the 5pm ferry. Unfortunately a couple of slow cars on the bendy bits put paid to that



    Quote Originally Posted by Hairnet600 View Post
    jo on the ktm - whichwaydidshego :O
    She's a bit handy on a bike isn't she ?



    Quote Originally Posted by Hairnet600 View Post
    JUST FIX THE FKIN WEATHER
    Not a drop of rain on Friday, only an hour on Saturday (it started at 4 & we were back in the hotel by 5 ) and one shower yesterday just before it got dark….
    Ya just can't please some folk
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    Jealous?
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    YES!

    .. well - I am / Lindas the mature adult :

    NEXT time!
    appears bright from a distance / dim up close

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    joch its got 3 times the hp of mine

    even parked its quicker - theyll all left me off the boat i couldnt keep up

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    Brilliant weekend, have one complaint though, it went far too quickly, my first one and hopefully not the last, met a lot of decent folks, many for the first time, excuse me if I forget some of your names

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    Really great that so many people came along. There were 57 at dinner on Saturday night. It makes it all worthwhile seeing people chatting in the bar, out side kicking tyres, nursing sore heads,and exploring the great roads. Ladies getting your personal shopping escourt to carry your bags and chaperone you around the town was an inspiration to me, the picture of Barney ushering ye towards the bridge is fixed in my memory.
    Barney

    wonderful to meet friends old and new and huge thanks to those of you who made effort to come on the ferries and from the north. I was was beginning to think there were more yellow plates than white.

    It was all over too quickly so only another 362 sleeps to the next High King Run.

    Geraldine

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    Yes, great weekend indeed.
    Great place, food, drink, roads, people, weather too and organisers.
    Thanks Geraldine, Brian and Jochen.

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    Thank You

    I'd also like to say a huge thanks to Jochen, Geraldine and Brian for putting on such a fab weekend.
    Being my first visit to Ireland and my first GS meet, I hadn't really got a clue what to expect, so was amazed to see just how much preparation you guys put into organising such an event.
    It really was lovely to meet you all, enjoy good riding, have great company and lots of laughs. Well done all and hope to see you again next year

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    Huge +1 of thanks to Geraldine and her two elves

    You guys have a great future in event management

    Enjoyed catching up with everybody and the one or two pints

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandylicious View Post
    Many thanks to Geraldine, Brian and Jochen for a great weekend. Lovely to catch up with everyone. Just one thing though, could you please ensure that next time we get a shopping assistant/ care in the community worker with more staying power he abandoned us

    It was like rounding up sheep after a loud explosion !!

    A great weekend, many thanks to all who sorted it

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    Thanks to Geraldine, Brian and Jochen for a fantastic weekend. I had a great time altogether.

    Gary

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    big thanks to geraldine brian and jochen for all their hard work,i did not think it was possible but they had surpassed themselves this time.the location food and ride outs were exceptional

    it was a fantastic weekend where we both enjoyed the company and the craic very much
    ps orla said barney abandoned his flock after they walked into a wedding dress shop,he said a man has to have some principles
    defender of the midlands

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    Finally got home last night what a great weekend many thanks for all your hard work.
    old enough to know better, young enough not to care!

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