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Offline Greybeard

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Warrington Camp
« on: 12.09. 2017 12:27 »
I did the Warrington BSAOC branch camp at the weekend, held in the Derbyshire Peak District. Scenery fantastic, almost as good as the Yorkshire Dales. Weather was wet and windy but I still had a great time. Met Ray Jackson, (BeezaGeezaUK on the forum again; great bloke. My lovely motorbike just purrs along, causing much happiness!  *lol*

While there I once again met a great character and Anglophile, (Richard) an American who lives in Hawii and spends a couple of months every year in the UK riding his A10 that he keeps here. I have no idea how he manages this but I am envious.  *dribble*

I don't know why I bothered to clean and polish the A10 on Thursday; she's a mucky girl now!  *whistle* It was a complete waste of Mer polish!  *rant*

Online bsa-bill

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Re: Warrington Camp
« Reply #1 on: 12.09. 2017 13:10 »
It was a complete waste of Mer polish!

Quite good stuff is Mer, as is that Maquire stuff (spelling?), is it the pound or is it just over priced, it's good but don't think it's that much gooder then Mer and others
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All the best - Bill
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Offline Butch (cb)

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Re: Warrington Camp
« Reply #2 on: 12.09. 2017 13:12 »
Thinking I might roll my Bitza out to The Trip Out this coming weekend is all.

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