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    Airhead WeekEnd photos

    Whilst the lovely people of the Disabled Christian Fellowship were here one of them was doing face painting. Crapaud wondered if they could "do a job on him" LOL

    Craaud's Son Peter took this photo of him...


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    I'm sitting right next to you Simon and I still can't see the photo...

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    Titter Titter, get it together Sid

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    Sid your pics are like your Stibbs Cross directions signs !!
    Remember, we are only here for a good time, not a long time !

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    A beautiful illustration of the technological expertise in the Gentleman's WE

    How the fuck did you fix bikes

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    The actual link is https://www.dropbox.com/s/u8o33fn4gf...k_81177069.jpg
    I have no idea why it wont load.

    Maybe the shortened link will work





    YEAH Yes it does

    But seeing the image again I wish it didn't
    Last edited by Sumprat; 09-06-14 at 14:59. Reason: Gettign the picture to load.

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    I only have one photo.

    The Workshop photo IMG_2103_zps078411b3.jpg

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    Thought I'd share my trophy, won at great expense this past weekend.

    Many thanks to Sid for this award; I'd like to thank him also for collecting me from Tiverton railway station, since his Bentley's fuel bill for that trip must have been close to what I paid Crosscountry Rail for the return ticket to Dundee...
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    Ha ha, love the trek t-shirt!, where can you get them from?



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    Quote Originally Posted by seadog View Post
    Ha ha, love the trek t-shirt!, where can you get them from?



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    Proff organised these a few years ago for members of the ALF (Airhead Liberation Front). Drop him a pm and he may be able to do another run. I'll ask him as we have a few new members of the ALF that need "uniforms"

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    ^^^^^^^ thanks Sid, I will do. ^^^^^^^

    I have a gspd if it helps :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadog View Post
    ^^^^^^^ thanks Sid, I will do. ^^^^^^^

    I have a gspd if it helps :-)
    Helps a lot. The shirts must not be worn by the non-believers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadog View Post
    ^^^^^^^ thanks Sid, I will do. ^^^^^^^

    I have a gspd if it helps :-)
    Helps a lot. The shirts must not be worn by the non-believers.

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    Here's a couple of pictures of a few bikes. Great weeeekend Name:  uploadfromtaptalk1403627629885.jpg
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