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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2011 5:47 pm 
West Midlands AEC
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For the first time ever I have to work between Christmas and New year 28/29/30th :cry:

I thought it was normally day after boxing day :cry:


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2011 5:55 pm 
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drystonepaul wrote:
FluffyChicken wrote:
It's the same date as the NE&Yorks planned Pudding Run @ Dalby if that's any nearer

DEC 28th- Christmas Pudding Run, Dalby Forest, NYMoors
Last but not least. Work off that Turkey dinner at this classic RB festive bimble.


I wasn't aware that that date had been confirmed...?


I see your other post as I was typing this.
That's the date of our Calendar when Dr S (when was AEC) set last year, recent talk was I assume to see if it was still suitable. Easy to change the date if it's better.

Don't see a problem though. Choice is good :)
Snowy cold Dalby or warm sunny Cannock for them in between to decide :lol:


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Put me down for this one. Christmas is not complete without the Turkey Twizzler.


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Count me in, time off at xmas has some benefits. :D


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I'll be there, you'd be a puddin to miss this one.


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I'll be there if I get my bike finished in time!!
Now where did I put that BB?


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Jon Smith wrote:
I'll be there if I get my bike finished in time!!
Now where did I put that BB?


There'll probably be spares available... :wink:

I'll be there with Kiran, barring disaster, and hopefully Old Kit and our usual impeccable support crew 8) Bring on the Xmas leftovers picnic and swapmeet! :lol:


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elPedro666 wrote:
There'll probably be spares available... :wink:

I'll be there with Kiran, barring disaster, and hopefully Old Kit and our usual impeccable support crew 8) Bring on the Xmas leftovers picnic and swapmeet! :lol:


Remember Pete... 10am for a 10:30am start, not 10:30am for a monumental faff and an 11:45am start...


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drystonepaul wrote:
elPedro666 wrote:
There'll probably be spares available... :wink:

I'll be there with Kiran, barring disaster, and hopefully Old Kit and our usual impeccable support crew 8) Bring on the Xmas leftovers picnic and swapmeet! :lol:


Remember Pete... 10am for a 10:30am start, not 10:30am for a monumental faff and an 11:45am start...


Sod off :P I'm thinking about the 0800 ride, what's all that about then? Should be in the Midlands anyway :)

All about the swapmeet & picnic anyway, I might just bring a table&chairs instead of a bike this year...


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Could be a possibilty again. Hopefully weather will be kind to us.

Not sure which bike though. I enjoyed it on my SS old CX bike and I enjoyed it on my Dynatech.

Now which is best............................ :twisted:

Might be the rigid Scott though :wink:


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