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Re: Birmingham Bash

Post  Rum Tum Tugger on Wed May 27, 2009 1:01 pm

Comes in useful too sometimes for emergency repairs - we found at Stoneleigh that the chrome trim from a front indicator is just the right size for a fan spacer.
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Post  Woodstock on Wed May 27, 2009 10:56 pm

Once again a wonderful Birmingham Bash. How is it possible to have so much fun with such great company whilst camping in a field just off the M42 Question Very Happy . Non scampers just wouldn't understand.

clap A big Thank You to Mike and Wendy. We all had a wonderful weekend. Mike - I am so pleased you built that go-kart, as I think the children were too, because it kept them happy for hours! drive1

Also quite amusing how a small amount of water can keep so many of us happy and having lots of fun for so long. driving
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Re: Birmingham Bash

Post  Martin & Nettie on Tue Jun 02, 2009 8:21 pm



The only puddle of mud in the field and Colin got stuck and had to be pulled out backwards by Tony - the rest of our pictures have been sent to Red Leader to be uploaded to the website - I was worried about the tight entrance with the caravan but got it in and got it out without a scratch - had plenty of practice reversing the caravan as we went to the wrong site in Angelsey and ended up at a dead end some curtains twitched in the statics but got out ok and found the right site a bit further up the road - Aunty Elaine walked our legs off - I'll get her back one day.

Thanks Mike and Wendy for another great Bash and the weather was kind which makes all the differnce.
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Re: Birmingham Bash

Post  Admin on Tue Jun 02, 2009 11:01 pm

Slightly belated......but a Great Weekend - Thanks to Mike & Wendy and anyone else who helped.

Incriminating Pictures Colin Very Happy makes me feel sooo much better.

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