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    many thanks

    Diddy, Richard and Becky.
    Many thanks for a great event.
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    Thanks all super weekend any booking in for next year too

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    What a fabulous time I had (despite the absence of mr b) ...great venue, great food, great company....
    Top marks Becky, Did and Rich.

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    Good shout.

    Yup a brilliant time had by all.

    Massive thanks to Diddy, Becks and the slave Richard. .
    Really well setup. Everything went well.
    Some pics to upload. Not many tho.

    Pete an Caz.

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    Hugely enjoyed by all here

    As has been said, many thanks for everything.....Was so relaxed I kept missing my turns on the way back home!

    Cooler than Penguins piss was that weekend

    Becks, Did and Rich, thank you one and all...Not forgetting Bill for the cocktail Baaa

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    Thanks all for a top weekend

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    Hyooj thanks from me.
    Special thanks to my "carer" for the weekend
    Food was great - How do you cook those baked potatoes they were perfect?
    Fire was awesome and essential.

    Great stuff.

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    Very many thanks

    If it wasn`t for the unselfish work of you guys (and Becky too) us lot simply wouldn`t get the chance to get together in a field, drink too much, eat too much and talk b*llocks.

    Had a great ride back too!

    Thank you for the universal kindness

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    THANKS TO ONE AND ALL

    Thanks to you all for making the weekend a good ol' Trosh. It great to spend it with such a bunch of brilliant Tossers, old and new - it wouldn't have been the same without you

    A special 'ta' to Bill and the boys for the Cocktail Baaaaa, great to have the chance for second tasting session this year And not forgetting the 'kitchen team' who spared Becks from chopping her digits!!

    The field and facilities look as if we hadn't even been there, other the smoking ashes!! - we really appreciate the consideration for Alan and Mary's home, and so do they. Apparently they expect us do it again in 2015 - so the supplies have been stashed and the diaries are out

    Did, Becky and Rich

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    How do you cook those baked potatoes they were perfect?

    No secret! Marfone spuds, one very large catering oven and and hour or so

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    Yep many thanks, what a nice spot for a do.
    Shame I had to slope off to bed on Saturday night with the dreaded lurgie

    Packing the remaining alcohol away afterwards I was bemused by the empties, chocolate, marula, limoncelo, baileys etc. Did the women's institute invade while I was laid up?

    Thanks again
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill-H View Post
    Yep many thanks, what a nice spot for a do.
    Shame I had to slope off to bed on Saturday night with the dreaded lurgie

    Packing the remaining alcohol away afterwards I was bemused by the empties, chocolate, marula, limoncelo, baileys etc. Did the women's institute invade while I was laid up?

    Thanks again
    Bill
    Lot of people with a sweet tooth most likely.

    Thanks to Diddy, Becky and Richard for your time and effort, it was a great event, magic powder on the fire and all. Excellent rations too, and more than enough of them, they do eat well in Norfolk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shugie View Post
    they do eat well in Norfolk.
    Indeed the food was great there was fat bastids about that looked well fed

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    Paul Becky and Rich thanks for a great weekend. Great venue, great food and most of all great company.
    Cheers Zach

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    Looks like you all had a great time up at the scrap yard Sorry I could't join you this year.

    Question, who's is the Ariba Puck caravan ? Would the owner please give me a shout, I'm considering getting one.
    Its not like it used to be on here is it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noddy View Post
    Question, who's is the Ariba Puck caravan ? Would the owner please give me a shout, I'm considering getting one.
    If you mean the small one with a pop top, it belonged to a pair of Bedlington Terriers. They let Bill H use it too
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