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Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 9:57 am
by Dave Carey
:D :D

Well thanks for thinking of me guys, I'll just have to work on being able to Ride to Matlock without falling off my bike 2up and stationary.

Tony did you ever get the scratches out your panniers!! Your new FJR looked lovely from the angle I was laying....but that's another story.

Anyway I think I may have gotten over that..Have bought a camalbak drink pouch so I don't de-hydrate like fat bastards do in the heat.

Not long now!!

Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 7:38 pm
by Doug Long
Ansco

I just e-mailed the link from the site. I believe there is the main apartment house (Stern) and that they are making the arrangements.

I would get in quick if you want some where with a solid roof over your head.

Doug.

Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 7:47 pm
by 24c
Doug Long wrote:I would get in quick if you want some where with a solid roof over your head.

That means you've sorted us out there then? Would have visited today with your coin, but daughter said "you were out taxing the van" :shock: :?

Posted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 9:05 pm
by rooyenan
Elwood wrote:I would get in quick if you want some where with a solid roof over your head.


Just send a mail to Germany to apply for a roof over our heads!!

Hopefully it will all work out!!

__________

Sir Avalon

Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 1:22 pm
by Doug Long
Taxing the van? :? But I ain't got a van occifer!

Practising with the band is probably what she mumbled, you know what teenagers are like.

Accomadation, Sandra (nice German lady from the guest house) says they have an apartment that sleeps 6 for us. Just waiting on the paperwork to come from Wangels.

Where have the Mouse and Double bee gone? All gone quiet from them lately.

Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 1:47 pm
by rooyenan
Elwood wrote:Where have the Mouse and Double bee gone?
Seen Mousy yesterday... Got a mail from Chris this morning.. He's been feeling a bit under the wether the last couple of weeks...

I asked to ge accomedations somewhere near the Enlish bunch... Don't know if that was wise, but still... I'm waiting for confirmation as well!!

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Sir Avalon

Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 3:54 pm
by 24c
rooyenan wrote:I asked to ge accomedations somewhere near the Enlish bunch... Don't know if that was wise, but still... I'm waiting for confirmation as well!!

Not so clever methinks, after the first night you'll be wearing the earplugs :shock:

(OT) New thread needed..Nice Öhlin shock on eBay :lol: It's too good for you :twisted:

Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 6:47 pm
by Rob
We have already got our confirmation...Chris arranged the roof for us....So 2 down , more to go.

I have words from Ron that the house is full so I hope you still have some room.

See Ya.

Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 7:28 pm
by rooyenan
Daddy Flash wrote:Ask your daughter she knows!


It would mean you'll just have to bring your own daughter, since mine doesn't have to be pillion on your bike anymore..... :lol:

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Sir Avalon

Posted: Mon Feb 12, 2007 1:29 am
by stevewp
Any space for me anywhere in this accomodation?? :(

Meet up before crossin the channel ?

Posted: Tue Apr 10, 2007 11:26 am
by slarty-bart-farst
Just gettin my arse in gear to book the accomadation at the Euro 2007 meeting. Its falls in the middle of the Manx GP practice/week so I'll be givin up 4 days of fog, f**k awfull food, and manx hospitality LOL.
The best route for me will be to cross the channel rather than frig about trying to find other ferrys up north, plus ill have already done IOM to UK by ferry so the shortest see crosin the better.
Can I meet up with anyone crossing from UK presumably on the Friday, let me now and I'll book same crossing.
Graham

Re: Meet up before crossin the channel ?

Posted: Tue Apr 10, 2007 7:39 pm
by OmegaChassis
slarty-bart-farst wrote:Just gettin my arse in gear to book the accomadation at the Euro 2007 meeting. Its falls in the middle of the Manx GP practice/week so I'll be givin up 4 days of fog, f**k awfull food, and manx hospitality LOL.
The best route for me will be to cross the channel rather than frig about trying to find other ferrys up north, plus ill have already done IOM to UK by ferry so the shortest see crosin the better.
Can I meet up with anyone crossing from UK presumably on the Friday, let me now and I'll book same crossing.
Graham

Us guy's from 'up north' Preston, Skipton, etc are sailing from Hull -Rotterdam overnight on thursday 23rd August returning on the evening of Sunday 26th August, tried the 'Channel' crossing before and found it a pain!! :cry: :cry:
This way we can rest up and have a few 'sherberts' maybe! :D :D
Ps. Don't forget your 'zimmer' frame :wink: :wink:

Posted: Tue Apr 10, 2007 9:26 pm
by slarty-bart-farst
Sounds like a good idea Ill book the 21:00 as well if you don't mind an old timer tagging along for the ride, but hey no more pensioner jokes from you wipper snappers. And anyway ive no need for a zimmer when Im on me ollidays Im either flat out on me bike or flat on me back in recovery. Any time interval between the two Im liable to be found mashed off me friking face on whatever I can get me hands on at the time.......if its one thing you learn as you get older it's to improvise.......anyways Im off for me coco G..nite.

Posted: Tue Apr 10, 2007 10:13 pm
by OmegaChassis
Myself, 24c, Elwood, Dale and a couple more riders who's names escape me at the moment :?: are going, so as they say the more the merrier! :cheers:

Posted: Tue Apr 10, 2007 10:30 pm
by 24c
slarty-bart-farst wrote:Sounds like a good idea Ill book the 21:00 as well if you don't mind an old timer tagging along for the ride, but hey no more pensioner jokes from you wipper snappers.

Welcome aboard me old hearty, you won't need your bus pass on this trip :P

You be good and keep taking the blood pressure pills :twisted: :)