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    Broken down

    Just stopped to help some one broken down at the side of the road, discovered it was Jez on his way to the STD, his bike will have to be recovered, but he hopes to travel down later by car (with some cheese)

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    Jez is just pitching his tent next to me now. The broken wire in his side stand got fixed by a friendly passing sparky ..
    Beer and Cheese it is then

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