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    Welcome back, Simon. I also would like to wish all the best to your long suffering wife.... Hope her op goes well with a full recovery.

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    Interesting ride reports, just read all 3 over the last couple of days. Will be watching out for the next adventure.

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    Thanks all. Am collecting the necessary parts and looking forward to resuming in early January


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    Quote Originally Posted by simondippenhall View Post
    Thanks all. Am collecting the necessary parts and looking forward to resuming in early January


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    We eagerly await the next part of your trip write ups & piccies..

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    I hope Mrs D's operation goes smoothly, she heals well & quickly..
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    Simon, I am all caught up on your thread now too! Great to read about your adventures and well done keeping your chin up and being open-minded in foreign territory. It makes for great reading and hopefully great memories for you, even if it may be a challenge at the time.

    I could imagine myself in similar conditions getting quite flustered about having to be separated from my beloved (bike not wife)!

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    Thanks Dave...and for readers who are looking to fill the gap until I resume my journey, you can follow Dave on his 990 through Africa on Advrider.com I believe.


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