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Old 06-07-08, 04:35 PM   #41
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That was the way I wanted to go. Slightly quicker that way round to the A12. Thanks for caring son

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Old 06-07-08, 04:48 PM   #42
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been home a while-

4 ish I think...


ta to all etc etc etc.. as above really really appreciated-

ta to Uki for the company home- standing water and horrendous rain .. but me dry- my new one piece rain suit (same as your Rigor from HG) perfect- and only 40.. did the job- we got home right quick.. cant recall when we set off but I know it was a speedy trip.. covered about 700 miles in total over the weekend- ace .!


got in.. bath mmmmmmmmmmmm fresh grapes- banana apple and a butty - choc cake and another bath ! cleaned teeth - moisturised and slept.!

perfect end to a great couple of days with a great group of people..

and- Saeed.. your name was mentioned more times than I can recall..everyone missed you-
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Old 06-07-08, 04:57 PM   #43
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Saw Dan at a petrol station on the A303 and then again on the M3. Also passed Falc and his support vehicle on the A303.

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Saw Stu on the way home as well as James (Rigor), hope everyone else gets back well.

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Old 06-07-08, 05:00 PM   #44
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I've been home a while.

Horrible rain and standing water to contend with.

Soaked in the bath to relieve my aching muscles.

Absolutely fantastic week end.
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Old 06-07-08, 05:02 PM   #45
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Hey guys I eventually got home via the ace and meet some of the guys there totally unplanned!

The bike is away, leathers hung up to dry ect about to have a hot bath, pasta and beer

To echo again everyones thanks and for a great time. Was just awesome I think we should we should all try to meet up more than once a year if we can, would be a shame to leave so long before we all meet up! Take care guys.
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Old 06-07-08, 05:04 PM   #46
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Home too. Back about 4.15pm ish having left Quiff on M6 at Stoke. Good run back Quiff, really enjoyed, even your Harley baiting Thanks to all for an amazing weekend, Fizz the roads and organisation was great and a special thank you to The Apes whose hospitality was fantastic.
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Hey guys I eventually got home via the ace and meet some of the guys there totally unplanned!

The bike is away, leathers hung up to dry ect about to have a hot bath, pasta and beer

To echo again everyones thanks and for a great time. Was just awesome I think we should we should all try to meet up more than once a year if we can, would be a shame to leave so long before we all meet up! Take care guys.
good point-

but the organisation is horrendous-

we do have mini meets regionally..
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Old 06-07-08, 05:06 PM   #48
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Been back a while now, crazy rain on the way back; but who cares top weekend.

Big thanks to Fizz, Viper and the rest of the crew for all they had to go through to get this years event organized. And thanks to all for making the AR what it is.
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Old 06-07-08, 05:06 PM   #49
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numbers and kitten checking in.. got back at 3.30 ish...

Good journey.. just fingers crossed no sp30 in the post thanks to the cameras on the M42 and the specs on the M1..

fantastic weekend...
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Old 06-07-08, 05:07 PM   #50
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Just thought I'd post up to say I got home safely aswell, although my backpack came undone and I lost my washbag and maybe some other stuff . You would've thought somebody would be flashing as it fell out my bag
Thank god I put my phone and wallet in my leathers pocket!!

A massive THANKYOU to all who made the AR08 happen... my first AR, but definitely not my last
Was good to get to know some of guys, had a fun time


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