Opinions for BritSToc 15

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Re: Opinions for BritSToc 15

Postby Pieter Huizinga » 29 Sep 2015, 20:13

Look at it this way. Some folks have to pay for the ferry from IJmuiden to Newcastle and back.
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Re: Opinions for BritSToc 15

Postby Uncle Phil » 01 Oct 2015, 15:52

Well, I finally got my trip report finished on my website for folks who have nothing else to do on a rainy day -

http://www.unclephil.us/UK2015Home.htm

I also edited my video for the run up Hardknott Pass -

http://www.unclephil.us/VideosUpToHardknottPassUK.htm

*EDITED - And the video down -

http://www.unclephil.us/VideosDownHardknottPassUK.htm
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Re: Opinions for BritSToc 15

Postby PeterPan » 01 Oct 2015, 16:40

Great write up Uncle Phil

good to see you had a great time

Possibly Scotland Next year. See you there?
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Re: Opinions for BritSToc 15

Postby BB08 MCN » 01 Oct 2015, 17:19

A most excellent write up Uncle Phil, but we missed out on the roads with grass in the middle that Peter likes so much. Ahh well maybe next time, glad your home safe and well(if a little tired), stay safe and see you next time. Oh and take care of your 'better half' she who lets you out to enjoy yourself, obviously a wonderful woman.

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Re: Opinions for BritSToc 15

Postby Uncle Phil » 01 Oct 2015, 18:09

PeterPan wrote:Great write up Uncle Phil

good to see you had a great time

Possibly Scotland Next year. See you there?


Well, you just never know ... ;-)
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Re: Opinions for BritSToc 15

Postby Nonkel Luc » 02 Oct 2015, 10:51

Uncle Phil wrote: Well, you just never know ... ;-)


You have to Uncle, , Miss Annie gone be their and would be very sad if she has to miss you once again.... :D :D :D
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