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PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2008 5:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

Oh no I watched(and cheered) you when your were on that [Shocked]
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2008 5:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

More pictures and stuff here :

http://www.imoc.co.uk/forums/viewtopic.php?t=103728
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2008 8:46 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

I'm still suffering a case of phantom wrist band lol. Got lots of comments about my tan today. Incredibly i've gone brown! How's the head oukie?
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2008 9:44 pm    Post subject: Thanks from me Lin and Danny Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

A big thank you for a great weekend, it was all a bit daunting at the start, this being our first meet, but we were soon welcomed in by all you wonderful guys and gals.
When Danny got home to her folks, she couldn't stop talking about her adventures over the weekend, she like us found everything so amazing, what more could you wish for, a great venue with sun that seemed never to stop shinning and people that were so warming.
I will have a look at what I've taken on the camcorder and upload some stuff soon.
Oh...there is one complaint from Danny [Confused] she could not get a ice cream or ice lolly anywere on JAE.....anyone else had the same problem?
Cheers guys and gals, hope to see you all again soon.

Ron, Lin and Danny [Very Happy] [thumleft]
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 01, 2008 9:57 pm    Post subject: Re: Thanks from me Lin and Danny Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

big_ron wrote:
Oh...there is one complaint from Danny [Confused] she could not get a ice cream or ice lolly anywere on JAE.....anyone else had the same problem?


Hi Ron. Danny was far from alone in feeling that! I know I'd have loved a '99 on Saturday, and there were a lot of other people who also said something about the lack of ice cream vans. I think that there was a real profit missed out on there by someone! Completely the opposite from most shows that have too many ice cream vans!

By the way Ron, when clearing up we found a teeny-tiny fleece - has Danny lost one? (We figured she was the only likely owner of it! [Smile] )
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It was a pleasure to have you all there Ron, I'm glad you enjoyed it. You are always welcome at our club events. [thumbsup]
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matt_mr2t wrote:
I'm still suffering a case of phantom wrist band lol. Got lots of comments about my tan today. Incredibly i've gone brown! How's the head oukie?


lol heres me thinking im wierd for still thinking the bands still there. Great weekend tho all round. Really enjoyed it! Cheers all!
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matt_mr2t wrote:
I'm still suffering a case of phantom wrist band lol. Got lots of comments about my tan today. Incredibly i've gone brown! How's the head oukie?


lol heres me thinking im wierd for still thinking the bands still there. Great weekend tho all round. Really enjoyed it! Cheers all!


Hmmn, I actually cut the band off Monday morning having forgotten it was there... [Embarassed] Saw it on my way to work....
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Hmmn, I actually cut the band off Monday morning having forgotten it was there... [Embarassed] Saw it on my way to work....
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My band fell off 15 minutes after they put it on! Needless to say I didn't worry about it throughout the rest of the weekend.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2008 12:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

I think the PWBS is fading.



**PWBS = phantom wrist band syndrome**
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2008 12:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

good to meet everyone and put some names to faces [thumleft]

I am having quite a strong attack of PWBS
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yeah its fading a little but still pretty strong lmao
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Just realised that's you Scott lol. I thought you said your username was BRE89

I dont know how I managed to get home on Sunday. There seemed to be one sign every couple of miles for the A12.

I kept getting to round abouts and traffic lights and not seeing any signage at all. I ended up using a bit of common sense and looking at signs on the other side of the road as I went past them. Couple of times I had to turn round.

Nothing worse than badly sign posted area's. Especially when I dont rely on pratnav.
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I took the backroads back to the A12. After leaving the island all the other cars went right and I went left... [Laughing]
However, I'd come that way (just by writing down a list of the villages I had to pass through as I couldn't print out a map and have forgotten my map at the parents) so kinda knew where I was going. It was probably not the quickest route back, but possibly the shortest and probably the more fun! [Very Happy]

I found the signage for villages was spot-on. Though I didn't see any signs for the A12 until I was pretty much on it... [Laughing]
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I went over the causeway and carried on until I saw a sign saying left to A12 at a mini round about then continued that way.

I would never have found the campsite if I was going there on my own. I just followed Scott as he had satnav and it seemed to work lovely.
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2008 10:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Reply with quote including images

The road on the way to Mersea that i found with my satnav was a great driving road!

Moving this thread to the forum 'JAE 2008'

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yeah that was a top road found by your sat nav! Nice drive following Matt and Scott down [thumleft]
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Even if my exhaust was a tad loud...... [Mr. Green]
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lmao, was good watchin the flames lick out having a little fun through the lanes with blood pooring from my ears lmao [thumleft]
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Nah it wasnt too bad, well until I parked up behind you, then my car shook.

Geez, thought mine was loud!

I'm shocked at myself for enjoying the country route so much. Never been my cuppa tea but as soon as the roads got smooth it was brilliant fun.
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