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    Huge thanks to Bill-H

    I doubt I've ever met someone as generous and hospitable as Bill.

    You Sir, are a legend.

    Huge thanks from all 5 of the Toad clan. A wonderful memorable weekend. There may have been a light shower at one point, but it was a long way from having a impact on the overall event.

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    Just got to second Dans sentiments above a lovely weekend, with a lovely crowd of folk all co-ordinated by a fantastic fellow, well done Bill H
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    Thank you very,very much Bill......................It was a great STD do'
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    I had a splendid time..... Thanks to everyone for keeping me amused and a MAHOOSIVE Cheers to Bill for his generosity and hospitality. Thanks Fella !!!

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    Amen to previous comments; another great do which I can't fault in any way!!!!

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    Simply awesome Bill.

    Thank you a million times.

    Fabulous weekend....Epic even.

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    Here here, many Thanks Bill. The barn should be opened as a restaurant.The food was simple delicious.Cocktails however should carry a health warning. Great to meet everyone.Fantastic.

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    A great man, a great event.

    Thank you Bill, very much. It was a fantastic weekend and the organising of the event appreciated

    And well done everyone, you all made it fab. Far to much cider drinking though
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    My first STD and hopefully not my last. A hugely enjoyable weekend Bill, thanks a million.

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    Absolutely excellent, what an exceptional host and a great bunch of people.

    The only thing I can think of to improve STD is an idiot detector at the exit gate, it would have triggered an alarm and not let me out so I couldn't have managed to ride away from my camping spot with my prescription bi-focal sunglasses sat on top of my dry bag on the pillion seat. They didn't make it to Glasgow

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    Quote Originally Posted by Toad View Post
    There may have been a light shower at one point,
    I thought that you said it was a memorable weekend
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    Cheers Bill

    A finer Tosser you'd be hard pressed to meet. Fantastic to see a few old faces and meet a few new ones.

    Soph would like to thank everyone for putting up with her, especially tall girl and the best Ange in the world ever.

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    Echo the sentiments on here, thanks Bill, superb event!
    And thanks to Phil for leading us on the Backroad white water motorcycling ride!
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    +1 to all of the above, a big thank you to Bill and his minions who made this such a fantastic weekend. Think my hangover is just starting to kick in The light shower allowed some quality talking bollox time

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    Once again, awesome, just awesome. in fact its awesome awesome.

    Myself and Ada had a wonderful time meeting everyone again at such a great venue, Bill you are a fantastic host and it was good seeing yourself, Jake and Crumpet again.

    Weather was fine, got to test out the tarp with tent setup. Was robbed of my shoes as someone forgot to bring hers! But we enjoyed it.

    Thanks to all also for making myself and Ada feel very welcome. Good bunch of Tossers :-)

    Bill, is a pleasure knowing you :-)

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