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    Quote Originally Posted by petcul View Post
    Ochon, ochon. Nil mise in ann dul an blian seo. Taimse a' dul go dti an Iran (bfheidir).Go n'eirig and bothar live.
    When I read this my first reaction was "Whereabouts is Oileán Iran".

    I won't make this, unfortunately, as I have another event on the same weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spear Ruler View Post
    Ta born orainn ach ta suil agum go mbeigh tam iontach agut san Iran.

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    Go rabid mile math agut.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tadhgocuilleain View Post
    When I read this my first reaction was "Whereabouts is Oileán Iran".

    I won't make this, unfortunately, as I have another event on the same weekend.
    I don't suppose we're related?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petcul View Post
    I don't suppose we're related?

    Peadar O Cuillin
    I'm guessing O'Cuillin is the Irish equivalent of the English name Cullen? O'Cuilleáin is an old spelling of O'Coileáin - the Irish equivalent of Collins. That doesn't mean we're not related, though. It's a small island.
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    Quote Originally Posted by petcul View Post
    Ochon, ochon. Nil mise in ann dul an blian seo. Taimse a' dul go dti an Iran (bfheidir).Go n'eirig and bothar live.
    Well for ya. Although gawd knows why you'd pick Iran over Drogheda eyes:


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    That's great Jochen

    Gary great to have you along

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    Well it's been a busy couple of days but the the reccies are well and truly underway......














    All locked away till the next outing...



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    The hotel has just phoned to advise us that there are only 4 rooms left..... so if you thinking about joining us don't leave it too late to book your place.


    Geraldine checking out the slippery bits so you won't have too....................



    and pretty proud she was too

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    Hi Geraldine, just to let you (and others) know I`ve booked my slovenly carcass into the hotel for the night of the Saturday the 9th for B&B and booked in for the meal. I`m also taking the opportunity to visit a dear friend in Ballymena who used to be on the site called `Gypsymagpie` - I don`t know if all of you guys (gals) know him?

    Anyway, looking forward to being there and maybe even meeting anyone who has bought some of my gear!

    ride safe to all, I`ll be the fool in the corner with the chicken hat on.............

    Mark Hooton
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    That's great Mark. I'll add you to the Trailblazers list.

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    Looks like I've also got my mate to come along too!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenbyrne View Post
    Geraldine checking out the slippery bits so you won't have too....................
    Jaysus, the minute I turn me back
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jockser View Post
    Jaysus, the minute I turn me back
    You wouldn't have thanked us for bringing you up that boreen on your nice new shiny motor. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Hooton View Post
    Looks like I've also got my mate to come along too!


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    Plus 1 on the Trailblazers

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    Meal Info for The Boyne Valley hotel

    As every GSer knows, the bit between the saddle and the handlebars is more interested in food than anything else

    Well here are some details that will help to ensure you don't miss out.

    Friday night - Bar Food served until 21.00 hours or 9.00 pm. There is a good selection of starters and mains, and I'm sure some may have room for desserts.

    The meal in Saturday is 3 courses starting at 1900 or 7.00pm.

    Now think I'll get himself to start the sleeps thread as I am getting confused with the dates with St. Patrick's Day and Easter in between.

    Trevor should be along soon with the Polo Shirts also.

    Geraldine

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    Unfortunately I won't make this work one due to the dreaded "work"

    Have a great time folks, hope the weather is kind.

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