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Old 06 February 2007, 06:18   #1
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Solenteers Feb. Pub meet

Warm up for Valentine's Night.

Monday 12th February.
Usual time. Usual place.

(Un)Usual faces?

Come on, you know you want to.
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Yep I'll be able to make this one. See you then.
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Mee too, time to start planning those BBQs on Priory,


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yeah totally!! that was great the other year back
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Old 06 February 2007, 12:14   #6
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See y'all there!

As the snow is here it's definitely time to be thinking about BBQ's!!!

July was successful last year...we'll stick a thread up again to give peeps time to put it in their diaries?
(Then blasting to the Chn Islands later on end-July)

Look forward to catching up!

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Old 06 February 2007, 12:32   #7
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Whats that? We're having a BBQ at the Church on monday?

Cool, see you all there!
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Old 06 February 2007, 12:36   #8
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Only if you're cremating the sausages again!

The annual top-o'-the hill BBQ is a quite distinct occasion when we try to incinerate Portsdown Hill

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I'll be along on Monday, I have to start getting my body used to alchohol for the following weekend
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We should both be there too.


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If any unusual faces did want to turn up, how would we recognise you? You can get into awful trouble approaching strange people in pubs!
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Sorry Folks
Got a 5:00am start tomorrow , so I need to get some kip.
See you in March, if not b4.


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If any unusual faces did want to turn up, how would we recognise you? You can get into awful trouble approaching strange people in pubs!
Hopefully some one will see this and pm you a mobile no. Just watch to see who answers.
Either that or look for a table with an Irish acent, 3 glasses of Coke, 2 white wines, a coffee and a Guinness or 2.
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If any unusual faces did want to turn up, how would we recognise you? You can get into awful trouble approaching strange people in pubs!
Just walk around with a prop in hand. You'll soon get acosted
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Im giving it a miss as Im still recovering from the weekend; no doubt Jimbo will fill you in as to why
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Either that or look for a table with an Irish acent, 3 glasses of Coke, 2 white wines, a coffee and a Guinness or 2.
Hahaha

Spot on Sir Hal!

Top Marks to Roger for braving the Church crowd! Nice to meet you!

And great to catch up with everyone! Jimbo told tales of yottie adventures and Ian had a wild time in Wales (I didn't get to hear all of that story as yet!!!)

It's really brill that Anto is getting better & better and will be boating by July!

Congrats to Andy on exam-passing !

And lots of good news from others too!

General message to all we've promised to send photos...we'll get to work as soon as possible

Nasher thinks we should all be getting out there sooner than July so time to stick up the Mad March thread!!!

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Thanks Kathleen and Paul and to everybody else who made me welcome on my first visit to the Church! Really looking forward to getting out there this year and doing more cruising. Hope to see you all soon.

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You're welcome!

Next Solenty run probably March 17th Roger depending on weather!

And there should be lots of runs then once the Summer approaches.

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We're going to be a "possible" for the March one. We have the In Laws down for the weekend so may have to confirm nearer the time.
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