Just do it ...

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Just do it ...

Postby Colin » Mon Jan 10, 2005 1:06 pm

Hi folks

I'm gagging for a run. Does anyone keep an archive of previous runs - wouldn't bother me at all if we went over an old route?

Just a thought - if there are a few members in or around Dundee who are prepared to do a more informal run at short notice (24 hours?), send me your phone number (landline please) via the private message feature on this site.

Although I would post it on the Web site so that no members feel they're being excluded :roll: , the point of this is that we could organise a few cars at short notice to go on a shorter run (2-3 hours?) with a quick snack, but without the attendant difficulties of a full run (booking restaurants, careful route planning, etc). And yes, bacon rolls and coffee will be available at the start!

I hope you feel this is in the spirit of the club. It is flexible solutions like this that could get us through these dark times without an area coordinator!
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Postby Si » Mon Jan 10, 2005 2:29 pm

Good on you Colin! If there's only a few of you then you could just play "Follow my leader" ...... it can work very well, especially if the lead driver knows his/her roads!

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Postby grouse » Mon Jan 10, 2005 7:18 pm

Hi Colin!

Good to hear you again- trust you're now well established in new home!

I'm up for that and I'm sure Tom and Chris would be as well.....?

PM will follow! :D

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Postby BillB » Mon Jan 10, 2005 8:02 pm

Hi all, Linda and I would be up for that as well. The Nevada has not turned a wheel in earnest for a long time. In fact it looks rather forlorn and forgotten at the moment. May even advertise it for sale :roll:
Linda will kill me for saying that. :shock:
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Postby grouse » Mon Jan 10, 2005 9:52 pm

BillB wrote: .... May even advertise it for sale :roll:
Linda will kill me for saying that. :shock:


If she doesn't, then I will....!! :shock:

Seriously, it's good to hear you again.. you'd both be most welcome!!
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Postby kristoff » Tue Jan 11, 2005 1:12 am

You're dead right Gordon, I am up for it!

Colin, I will PM contact details forthwith.

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Postby boringchap » Wed Jan 12, 2005 2:08 pm

Sounds a splendid idea to me. Might be an idea to wait until the wind dies down a bit, though :wink:
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