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    Gents just had a text from (trickytree) Paul's widow Clare..



    Hi Charles, just to let you know I intend to come along to the meet just to say hello, will aim for 9.30 if that's ok, thanks, Clare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    I'm not of the 'inner circle' here guys ...


    'Inner circle' Micky? How very dare you?

    I'll have you know it's a UKGSER Club clique.

    Quote Originally Posted by flatdog View Post
    Gents just had a text from (trickytree) Paul's widow Clare..



    Hi Charles, just to let you know I intend to come along to the meet just to say hello, will aim for 9.30 if that's ok, thanks, Clare.
    Nice one Charles. Thanx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flatdog View Post
    Gents just had a text from (trickytree) Paul's widow Clare..



    Hi Charles, just to let you know I intend to come along to the meet just to say hello, will aim for 9.30 if that's ok, thanks, Clare.
    Good one Charles

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    'Inner circle' Micky? How very dare you?

    I'll have you know it's a UKGSER Club clique.
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    Looks like I should be able to make this one
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    plus 2 for tomorrow

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    I'll be joining you guys as well.......just to keep an eye on Micky
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    Someone tell the proprietor we are approaching mid teens in number !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flatdog View Post
    Someone tell the proprietor we are approaching mid teens in number !!
    Too late - I did ask the question still it's a nice place to wait an hour for a sausage bap

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    Good turn out guys'n gals

    Great to see some old and some new faces

    The bike's ...







    The reprobates ...

















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    Nice one Micky.

    Unfortunately most of the ones I took seemed to either have someone bent over in it or hands in front of face.....
    You know who you are.

    Great turnout. Stopped counting at 20 bikes!!


    The extra sausage bap wasn't needed as Arkwright didn't show as promised.... thankfully

    Got my 2kg sausage pack home safe too.... which was a relief, you never can tell in bear country what can happen

    Lovely weather, decent folks to talk to this time... what's more to like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Good turn out guys'n gals

    Great to see some old and some new faces
    The reprobates ...


    Yep - enjoyed that and had a good run back - strange how standing next to att makes me look like a giant
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul S View Post
    Yep - enjoyed that and had a good run back - strange how standing next to att makes me look like a giant
    Ooops.... that's you on his hitlist

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    Excellent get together with a nice turnout.... good that Claire managed to make it also. Easy ride back in the sunshine.

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    It was very nice and relaxing to meet with nearly like minded individuals.....I cannot begin to express the emotional fulfilment that I experienced, both on the ride there and the ride back, via the Wolds and the many and varied road surfaces and conditions, that was so very conveniently laid before me.
    My happyometer was off the fucking scale, my senses were sated in ways I have yet to fully understand.

    It was just fucking Dandy

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    A great turn out in the sunshine and some laughing to boot

    Whilst the organisation of the place is, how shall we say, not particularly slick she was more organised than the last time we were there and the quality is good. I think I will continue to patronise as it's a great place to buy quality meat.

    Perhaps the odd Sunday for those that can't do a Saturday

    PS afterwards I was taken to an ice cream parlour by a couple of 'locals' unfortunately it had closed down...........15 years ago

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    Quote Originally Posted by att View Post
    It was very nice and relaxing to meet with nearly like minded individuals.....I cannot begin to express the emotional fulfilment that I experienced, both on the ride there and the ride back, via the Wolds and the many and varied road surfaces and conditions, that was so very conveniently laid before me.
    My happyometer was off the fucking scale, my senses were sated in ways I have yet to fully understand.

    It was just fucking Dandy
    To be recorded for posterity.

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