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Thread: A huge thanks to Bakerman

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    Think the event was worth £40 each ah ?
    For us yes and next year (if you decide to have a next year) we will have to pay an extra fee for Sam. No problem, worth every penny Steve.

    The Hograost has evolved over the years, sometimes big, sometimes small, dry and sunny, sometimes cold and (very) wet. But always memorable and fun, we love it and Sarah and Oli who came with us thought it was a blast and won't shut up about it

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    I'm in love with 'Pam' the dinky brunette belly dancer ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    I'm in love with 'Pam' the dinky brunette belly dancer ....
    Form an orderly queue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    Good to put lots of faces to names ....
    Your next challenge is to remember them......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Bouncer View Post
    Your next challenge is to remember them......
    That's a fair point Frank ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    I'm in love with 'Pam' the dinky brunette belly dancer ....
    Ah, so that's what you were deep in thought over!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giles View Post
    I'm in love with 'Pam' the dinky brunette belly dancer ....
    Now......are you sure that's her name......
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    Thanks to everyone who make these things work so effortlessly. That band were exceptional, I've never seen so many people up and dancing so quickly before. Pigs were great as usual, doughnuts and fruit in abundance and the chocolate danishes were as good as they looked on telly. The Belly Dancer's average age was a lot lower this year but their average waist size compensated for this by being higher than before. Catweasel was a great find and his caravan was "like way out man".The Colonel was on fine form again this morning and his talk on Nelson's Navy was enlightening and inspiring and well worth delaying my departure for, infarct if I were twelve again I'd be heading for the recruiting office first thing tomorrow morning.

    Thanks again Steve for a great event I shall go out of my way to make the next one.

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    And I've been stuck doing weekend nights could not get annual leave as I'm the newbie up in the control centre

    Glad you all had a great time

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    Quote Originally Posted by LOLGEOFF View Post
    Thanks to everyone who make these things work so effortlessly. That band were exceptional, I've never seen so many people up and dancing so quickly before. Pigs were great as usual, doughnuts and fruit in abundance and the chocolate danishes were as good as they looked on telly. The Belly Dancer's average age was a lot lower this year but their average waist size compensated for this by being higher than before. Catweasel was a great find and his caravan was "like way out man".The Colonel was on fine form again this morning and his talk on Nelson's Navy was enlightening and inspiring and well worth delaying my departure for, infarct if I were twelve again I'd be heading for the recruiting office first thing tomorrow morning.

    Thanks again Steve for a great event I shall go out of my way to make the next one.
    Thats THE HOGRAOST thank you

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    thanks for another great hograost weekend steve - great company and mostly great weather.

    band were very good, as was the dj fella.

    thanks also due to giles too for demonstrating how the pros, er, "make progress" on our little ride out

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    A fantastic weekend.

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    oh yes, the chocolate danish

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie View Post
    oh yes, the chocolate danish
    Are we allowed to eat them now then

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    Quote Originally Posted by cookie View Post
    thanks also due to giles too for demonstrating how the pros, er, "make progress" on our little ride out
    Cookie....that's how we 'normally' ride.......
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    I need to explore them roads again lots of nice fast bits & twisties about

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