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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy_E View Post
    Hi Symon,

    Hope all is going well still in the US, stick me down too for camping please!

    Andy
    Hi Andy
    All is well, been out to Bonneville salt flats today with the team , highly unusual place it is too !
    So if the Plod looks at my Gps I can refer them to my Boneville sticker
    Be good to catch up , is this before or after your Irish circuit ?
    I will add you to the list, ( you are welcome to stop over at the ancestral pile on your way up )
    still no deid

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    Quote Originally Posted by boatman View Post
    Hi Andy
    Be good to catch up , is this before or after your Irish circuit ?
    I will add you to the list, ( you are welcome to stop over at the ancestral pile on your way up )
    Thank you Symon, this is after Ireland, looking forward to hearing about part 2 of your trip (Or part 3 if we include the RV) and thank you for the offer of the stop over, I'll definitely take you up on that and I'll email you both to confirm the details

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    Evening all.
    I thought I'd better pop in and say hello before Ullapool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_h View Post
    Evening all.
    I thought I'd better pop in and say hello before Ullapool.
    Hey o H how goes it with you n yer other half ?
    I am glad I have the wee Tenere set aside for the job as me GSA has sprung an oil leak out here in the states ,so it would have had to go into dry dock to get fixed when I get it back home
    See you in due course
    SY
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    Hi Sy.
    Yes we're getting by in this industrial wasteland.
    I'm planning to go up Thursday to Ullapool, don't know what everyone else is up to.

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    Cool route sorted

    heading outta Dumfries early friday morning for a route up to Ullapool making as much of the journey as possible !
    [IMG][/IMG]

    looking a the list it doesn't look like many are making the trip

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyBravo View Post
    heading outta Dumfries early friday morning for a route up to Ullapool making as much of the journey as possible !
    [IMG][/IMG]

    looking a the list it doesn't look like many are making the trip
    I was up there in June. Why not go straight on and forget the left turn at Invergarry. This will take you to Inverness then take the A835 to Ullapool (great road).
    On the way home take in Applecross, Skye etc... down the west coast.

    I was lucky with the weather, a week of blissfully sunny riding. A beautiful part of the world indeed.

    Just a suggestion...

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    Quote Originally Posted by brut33 View Post
    Why not go straight on and forget the left turn at Invergarry..
    Probably because the A87 from Invergarry is one of the best roads in Britain instead of continuing on up the A82 by Loch Ness is a fecking nightmare of a road when bussy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabby View Post
    Probably because the A87 from Invergarry is one of the best roads in Britain instead of continuing on up the A82 by Loch Ness is a fecking nightmare of a road when bussy
    I must have got lucky..

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    I would suggest if you took the A82 by Loch Ness instead of the A87 by Invergarry you made a mistake

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    But, but, but....I wanted to see the Caledonian Canal and Nessy in the loch.

    Very dissapointed though, Nessy didn't break surface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabby View Post
    Probably because the A87 from Invergarry is one of the best roads in Britain instead of continuing on up the A82 by Loch Ness is a fecking nightmare of a road when bussy
    Exactly old chap
    Exactly

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    I wont argue that, the a87 is a stoater

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve_h View Post
    I wont argue that, the a87 is a stoater
    Chust you behave yernsel what wi the leaping tigers an all ��
    You need to be a wee bit careful nowadays going past the cluanie inn as there is now almost always deer hinging aboot the place !!
    Looking forward to it now Hope ye weather gods smile on us ��
    ATB SY
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    Aye, and the caribo will be starting their annual migation soon...

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    As it turns out , Caribou are not the problem

    It's,,it's,it's the BEARS

    Got rather closer to one than is potentially good for ones health
    Lesson learned
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