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Re: A little help with a survey
« Reply #15 on: 02.02. 2014 11:17 »
Thought I would update people. My daughter was able to use the data from her survey partly as she was able to show contributions from around the world (Thank you one to all of you). She hates bits of written work like this as like me is a bit dyslectic however she attained a 2.1 grade for it so she is very please and I am very proud  *loveit* (Thank you two to everyone  *yeah*)
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Re: A little help with a survey
« Reply #16 on: 07.10. 2015 15:15 »
Once again many thanks for you help. Megan finished university last year gaining a 2.1 degree. She has spent a year working and is now of on a trip around the world. She has saved for this trip since she was 17 and is finally leaving on the 15th of this month. She is starting in Thailand for two weeks then 16 weeks in Australia, 8 weeks in New Zealand and finally 18 weeks in the USA and Canada. She has not booked much and is just winging it.
So if a young lady walks up to you when you are out and about during the next year and looks at your bike and says my dads got a couple of bikes like that, it could well be her so say hello.
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Re: A little help with a survey
« Reply #17 on: 07.10. 2015 19:28 »
G'day Angus.
Good to hear she did well. Now off on her gap year. Wish her all the best.
With forum members all over the world she wouldn't be far from help (or a B&B) if the need arises.
Cheers
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Re: A little help with a survey
« Reply #18 on: 07.10. 2015 21:01 »
hi guys, Angus I don't think that you will get her back as once she has seen this end of the globe she will love it and just stay,cheers
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Re: A little help with a survey
« Reply #19 on: 07.10. 2015 21:20 »
hi guys, Angus I don't think that you will get her back as once she has seen this end of the globe she will love it and just stay,cheers

Ha ha ha... right... rub it in to us poor people at this end... thanks a lot  *sad2*


Sorry Angus, must have missed this thread somehow. Would have been really happy to lend a hand
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Re: A little help with a survey
« Reply #20 on: 08.10. 2015 10:38 »
That's good Angus, well done (to her *smile*)..and you for being there. I hope she has a great time and doesn't spend too much money I'll keep it in mind if anyone with an accent asks about the bike *wink2*

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