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    Quote Originally Posted by Hatcho View Post
    Just booked with the hotel as I got the weekend pass to attend! Woo hoo - can't wait!
    Great stuff Hatcho, you are added to the Invaders List

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    Wanderingmerv is now wellbehavedmerv + Sarah.

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    Thanks to all, esp Geraldine, Brian and Jockser, for a great weekend getting blown around Mayo!

    The hotel was excellent, and the spin yesterday was good too. I left there 0930h and took the scenic way home. It was +3C and wet, until suddenly in the middle of Longford, it became dry and +8C ! Not as windy either, no harm! I can see why they are planning more wind turbines for Mayo as well as a floating off-shore wind-turbine - I hope it stays where they put it!

    Looking forward to Leenane!
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    Thanks for a great weekend folks especially the organisers,

    I had to hit the road early to get back to the short grass county for 12. To say I got wet is an understatement but a small price to pay after a great weekend.

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    Rainfall Radar shows interesting picture!!
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    Climate is what you hope for, weather is what you get!

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    Here's a snip of the track yesterday - except Achill which is on Brian's gps which he was minding for me!
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    Climate is what you hope for, weather is what you get!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bin Ridin View Post
    Rainfall Radar shows interesting picture!!
    That looks about right- we traveled down the middle of it
    Didn’t leave too early, got several Photo & a Wolfhound point and in the door about 8.30

    Great weekend, thanks Geraldine & Brian
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    Great weekend. Loved the Sahurdeh spin, despite the conditions. Hotel was lovely, food was lovely, and it was great to see folk again and for the first time.

    Puncture (a screw I assume I picked up in the yard at the scones place) sorted this morning before leaving - happy I didn't get the new tyres before the weekend after all...

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    Please excuse the following language...
    But, how fuckin' awesome was that weekend?

    Thanks to Geraldine, Brian and Jochen for organising another great getaway. Great roads, lovely hotel, good company and some savage craic as well. Those warm homemade scones were the business! Easily made up for the slightly breezy conditions we experienced .

    Jaysus, at one point on Saturday night I was holding my belly in pain with the laughter - 'twas like being 15 again! . Cheers to Pat and Chris for the spin over and back and to Francie, PJ, Gerry and John for the many funny stories, oh and not to forget Vincent from behind the bar and also Arthur Guinness (he deserves a mention too!). Roll on Leenane!

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    I didn't take many photo's but the room's where absolutely fab don't yous think.....lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravenbyrne View Post
    I didn't take many photo's but the room's where absolutely fab don't yous think.....lol

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