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    3 cheers for Micky

    Another year, another great Dent event organised by Micky

    The amount of work he has put in is incredible for everyone's enjoyment

    A very well done Micky and your efforts are appreciated by all who have attended

    Also to Fran & Tony for their rideouts and to Paul Nicholls for his mud run

    Even the weather was nowhere near as bad as forecast either

    Mostly dry except Sat morning, when we had a couple of hours with a few heavy showers
    JohnnyBoxer



    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Sadly didn't make it at the last minute but i will second that - Cheers Micky

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    Aye, cheers Micky.

    Didn't camp over, but popped up to show support.

    Had one of the nicest rides of my life on the way home last night. No traffic, some of the best roads and scenery anywhere in the world. If there is an afterlife, it'll be where I lay my cloud.

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    Nice to see you Flip and have a natter
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    So many roads...........So little time......

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    Huzzah! Grand to meet up. Considering changing my site name to "Blossom". Well done and thanks to Micky n Sue.

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    Amen....wasn't able to make it but know how much effort the ald lad puts in...
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    Well done Micky.
    I'm only turning up today. It's a long way from Lancashire.

    Will buy you a beer if there's any left.

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    Cheers for another great Dent event Micky. Although i left a little earlier than i would have liked, it was still good to put more names to faces. Cheers, Jez, Alan, Chris,, for the company, and making me welcome at your table with my meal, hope my contorted chewing face did'nt spoil your evening to much. If you get the chance to put a posse together on Monday Micky, seek out Vine, and ambush him , it will be worth turning the radio on in the truck. All the best lads.

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    Huge thanks for a great weekend,

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    Well done Micky and a big thanks to Margaret who even opened up the museum early for us today. Brilliant raffle with over £500 quid taken and great prizes. And no I didnt win one so Im not biased.
    Great fellowship across the site and in the pubs. Put me down for next year.

    Steve

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    Micky
    Many many thanks to you and Sue for organising a brilliant weekend. We will definitely be back next year

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    ....thanks Micky and all, not only did I have a lovely ride yesterday, thanks Fran, but arriving late Friday and leaving at 6:15 today meant I enjoyed the dales to myself - it truly is a beautiful place.

    Rick, your suggested route in from the A1 will now be my route of choice

    Only bummer was a puncture on the way home, more of a tear in fact and one that just could not be plugged so the last 115 miles where sat in a recovery truck.
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    Well I came to the event twice !!! (Sort of !) events overtook me this weekend Micky but, I'm planning coming up tomorrow for a night and a chill out if you're still going to be about. I did see 5 (possibly 6) Klim clad GS RIDERS AT Devils Bridge yesterday, but they seemed in deep conversation between themselves and didn't say hello, I assume they were from Dent. (I was on my Blue/White 1150) hopefully if you're still there tomorrow Micky and anyone else, I'll have a drink with you then....Spud

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    Micky. Thank you for such a wonderfully organised event. Sadly I had to leave earlier than planned but I had a great time and the ride out with Johnny Boxer yesterday was brilliant.

    The other great thing about these events is that you get to meet the people behind the usernames on this site. Great people one and all , well, except the bear (!!) ��

    Thanks again and I look forward to next year

    Sid

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    Cheers Micky for a well organised event.
    Food and beer in "The Sun" we're very agreeable and the banter around the campsite was fun. Johnny's ride out on Saturday was an experience I'll not soon forget and the evening raffle raised some serious money for the air ambulance. Just Over 830 miles from start to finish and I thoroughly enjoyed it all.

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