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    I didn't ,I only fuel and pee in it

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    The Green Welly, such a fine location, such an underwhelming place.

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    It's just up the road from me, looked really run down when I went and was shut. Half hour up the road you've got the Village Inn though, good scran there.

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    You chaps are Grub daft only stopped for petrol and a pish ,am only ah hour fae the hoose .Ahhhhhhh

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    It's 480 miles for me. I'm not a regular

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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
    Hi yeah good to meet you too .. hope you managed to get your rack/carrier fixed ..yeah its a guid ol bus ..still getting used to its quirks lol...

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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
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    Ya Bugger......



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    Love stopping in at the Green Welly when I'm up there. They do a lot for bikers; holding events and having manufactures days/weekends, promoting biking and the foods not to bad.

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    I'll prob stop at the welly tomorrow for a coffee if I manage to get out on the bike

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    Both of the owners of the Green Welly are keen motorcyclists. Eddie used to have a GSA and his missus, Fiona (I think) used to have a 650GS. Not quite sure if they've still got tham. Fiona is quite active in IAM circles.

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    Tyndrum........ Bit of a gold mine that place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farmer Palmer View Post
    Tyndrum........ Bit of a gold mine that place!
    Literally - I met someone at a gold panning exhibition in the Moffat Village Hall (we more or less got dragged in) a couple of year ago who had a ring made from gold her partner had panned in Tyndrum over several years.

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    Watched an old English fellow panning in the burn ,he was trying to get enough to make a crucifix for his grandaughters Communion .been at it for weeks with not a lot to show for it ,a hardy auld bastard all the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by KAYCEE View Post
    Both of the owners of the Green Welly are keen motorcyclists. Eddie used to have a GSA and his missus, Fiona (I think) used to have a 650GS. Not quite sure if they've still got tham. Fiona is quite active in IAM circles.
    I thought Eddie still had his GSA; and his Harley.
    "I must be traveling on now 'cause there's too many places I've got to see.

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    Can't beat it.

    I'm quite close to the welly but always nice for a coffee and a cake. Ed's got a few bikes and he's out in all weathers and right through the year, often bump into him as he likes a blether.

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