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Discussion in 'England North' started by SimonM, Oct 17, 2010.
I'll be there, probably around 7 'ish
Still not sure if I'm stoppping out yet though
I'll be dropping by on Friday but can't stop out (work thing in morning)
Alas , Myself and Flumpie will not be able to make this weekend , My Dad's first chemo didnt go well and we will be rallying round to help my mum cope with his return home
Have a great time and we hope the weather holds for you all
I'll be there Friday. This will be my first visit, would someone be able to PM me the details? I have the rules and location from Ian but wondered where would be best to park, whether I need to check in at the farm and how best to get to the wood from there. Much appreciated
Ditto on this, have found it on Google Maps etc but wouldn't want to p*** off the farm on first visit by parking in their space etc
If you park at the back of the car park, that will then leave room for the people using the gun club. If you call into the stone building and see John. He is the farmer. he will point you in the right direction. Simon will be there about 18.00. I will be there on Saturday morning. Any problem give me a ring on.
ta for the info Ian
Good to put some more faces to names again, I enjoyed a toasty night in the hammock despite the gales.
Sorry for the quick departure his morning though
Thanks Ian & Simon for organising this. It was good to meet up in person with forum-folk.
Had a great time & tried out my new kit too
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+1 to that.
Oops, yeah thanks to Ian and Simon for the organisation
Thanks to Ian and Simon for an interesting outing.
Shame the weather got the better of us but great to meet everyone again.
Likewise good to meet up with folks again.
Shame we had to cut it short due to the weather, but it could of been worse........
Thanks to Ian and Simon.
Aye, thanks Ian and Simon for sorting this. Windiest night yet in a hammock! But worth it!
Yeah,shame about the weather! I bottled this meeting and got on with tiling the kitchen instead. Would probably have been better off in a wet and windy wood under my tarp..!
Well done to all who braved the elements.
It was a short but enjoyable stay, thanks all round. Are we all accounted for? Leeds Bradford Radar reported a low flying unidentified object around 1400 yesterday, I just hope it wasn't one of us!
It was good to meet people however briefly on Friday night. Thanks to Ian and Simon for organising and the return of the tools, Trunks and Snozz for the mulled wine and Shewie for bringing the hammock bits. Hope to see you again (and for longer) at the next one
Sounds like it is a good resource to have locally. Would someone like myself be able to join your for a weekend meet sometime? I can't really sign up for every month as I already have one monthly escape (Ranger service) and the Mrs would probably object to my fortnightly disappearance!
So how bad did it get on Saturday, when did folks decide to bail?
I had an interesting drive south, dodging a few obstacles down the A1
About 14.00. Simon got a severe weather warning on his phone stating that 80mph winds wehre heading our way be Sat evening. It was a joint decision To cut short the meet as there were a lot of dead standing trees. This problem will be addressed before the next meet.
Safety always comes first.