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#43966 - 02/05/10 06:34 PM Re: The Lap of Scotland - 2010 [Re: asbojohn]
1560 Offline
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Originally Posted By asbojohn
Steven,

Would have loved to have heard the comments as you overtook them.

Similar to the a certain hill farmers I suspect. laugh2

viking
think they have a "no passing between participants"-rule
can understand without factory being able to supply "parts" anymore
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#43967 - 02/05/10 06:42 PM Re: The Lap of Scotland - 2010 [Re: Hopwood]
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Originally Posted By Hopwood
Catching up with the little +4,(D994 xxx) fully laden, on its way to Fort William
cheers

Peter mentioned you 'caught him up' in a missive on another forum grin2

Cheers,
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#46426 - 25/06/10 04:50 PM Re: The Lap of Scotland - 2010 [Re: Graham, G4FUJ]
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hi Guys,

who got a speeding-ticket from this trip,
I didn't (should blush )
but somehow I think Hopwood got one camera
or not???????
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#46429 - 25/06/10 05:27 PM Re: The Lap of Scotland - 2010 [Re: asbojohn]
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Originally Posted By asbojohn
Steven,
Would have loved to have heard the comments as you overtook them.
Similar to the a certain hill farmers I suspect. laugh2


Sorry to swing the thread but the comment reminded me of the Kintyre Hill Farmer who came into our Campbeltown factory to tell the Manager in no uncertain and aggressive terms to give a message to a company visitor about his traveling down the only road from Carradale at 8am. swear

"Tell him from me to keep off my B****y road. I travel doon there every day at 8am and I wont have HIM getting in my way!" drive
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#46448 - 26/06/10 08:44 AM Re: The Lap of Scotland - 2010 [Re: 1560]
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Originally Posted By 1560
hi Guys,

but somehow I think Hopwood got one camera
or not???????


Nope (well not yet anyway), just lucky I guess! Anyway, it wasn't speeding - just spirited! Interestingly, having just spent the w/end at Buxton, it is totally impossible to tour Derbyshire in the same manner as the LoS drive

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#46456 - 26/06/10 10:32 AM Re: The Lap of Scotland - 2010 [Re: Hopwood]
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Originally Posted By Hopwood
Originally Posted By 1560
hi Guys,

but somehow I think Hopwood got one camera
or not???????


Nope (well not yet anyway), just lucky I guess! Anyway, it wasn't speeding - just spirited! Interestingly, having just spent the w/end at Buxton, it is totally impossible to tour Derbyshire in the same manner as the LoS drive


I would suggest it's probably impossible to tour anywhere in the same manner as the LOS must be few and far between to have the roads without the usage or scameras
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#46877 - 05/07/10 06:50 PM Re: The Lap of Scotland - 2010 [Re: Boshly]
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Hi chaps. Hope everyone is well. Just to let you know that I've added a few images to the LOS flickr page. Regards, N

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#76568 - 14/12/11 03:26 PM Re: The Lap of Scotland - 2010 [Re: v12v8]
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Hi guys,

are there any plans for 2012? I might be tempted to go there again...

Andy
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#76576 - 14/12/11 06:19 PM Re: The Lap of Scotland - 2010 [Re: 109er]
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Hi Andy

Hope you are well!

Aeroman keeps harping on about the L.o.Wales so that's more a possibility than Scotland.

I'll start a new thread and just see if anyone's interested.

Cheers

Andy
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#76608 - 15/12/11 06:09 AM Re: The Lap of Scotland - 2010 [Re: Boshly]
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Hi Andy,
Im fine, thank you. Hope to see you in Wales then. Ill watch the thread.

Andy
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