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    Green welly

    Wee run oot the day and ended up @ the green welly ..spoke tae someone on here wi a r1150gs ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by West coast gser View Post
    Wee run oot the day and ended up @ the green welly ..spoke tae someone on here wi a r1150gs ..
    It wasn't me, but been there many a time, also the place across the road is pretty decent as well, at least it was last time I stopped by.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jesim1 View Post
    It wasn't me, but been there many a time, also the place across the road is pretty decent as well, at least it was last time I stopped by.

    James
    We prefer the place across the road. Better food. Never really seen the attraction of the Green Welly other than being a bikermate meeting place

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    Yup, +1 for the The Real Food Café just down and across the road from the Green Welly. To be fair both spots are fine for a nibble, but if it's more a meal ye want, Real Food's the place to go...

    Oh, to be back riding Scottish roads...feckin' love it up there!

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    Did he answer to the name Ed ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tractors are go View Post
    Did he answer to the name Ed ?
    Never got round to asking his name ..said he was from lennoxtown

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    Quote Originally Posted by bristolsaint View Post
    We prefer the place across the road. Better food. Never really seen the attraction of the Green Welly other than being a bikermate meeting place
    Me too, too bad that I now don't pass it when heading north

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    It was me West Coast ,headin home from Durness ,Good tae meet you ,loved you,re Kalahari 1100

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Jets View Post
    It was me West Coast ,headin home from Durness ,Good tae meet you ,loved you,re Kalahari 1100
    You've seen it before....with me on top of it!

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    Real Food Cafe

    Place across the road for me too.

    I'll be driving a sheep truck up to the market at Dallmally next month and then up to Fort William in early November.

    Hopefully with some very expensive Blackie tups belonging to my neighbour

    FP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerarddwatts View Post
    You've seen it before....with me on top of it!
    To much information
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Jets View Post
    It was me West Coast ,headin home from Durness ,Good tae meet you ,loved you,re Kalahari 1100
    Hey 'Big Jets' - you going to be at St.Fillans on Sunday ??

    I'll be on the 100 GS, the Ariel is still off the road (too many car repairs this year ).



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    Sorry Bob still have to work for a living or I would be .hope you get a good day .Awe the best

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    Real Food cafe for us too. Discovered it was dog friendly and we have not used the Green Welly since. Even when we don’t have the dogs with us.

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    Unfortunately the Good Food Café as nice as it is does not sell fuel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Jets View Post
    Unfortunately the Good Food Café as nice as it is does not sell fuel.
    I don't believe it's a condition of the Green Welly that you have to eat there before buying fuel

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