NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

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NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby IanH » Thu Jun 10, 2010 10:06 pm

Folks, please note the change of date for this event which will no longer take place on 4th July and will be held on August 22nd.
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August - Date Change

Postby Rostra » Fri Jul 16, 2010 3:08 pm

Hi everyone,
Bumping this up to start collecting names
Please add your name to the list if you are coming. Starting here:

1. Angie and Dave
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August - Date Change

Postby liathach » Fri Jul 16, 2010 3:30 pm

We'll be there!

1. Angie and Dave
2. Malcolm & Marty
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August - Date Change

Postby Rugger » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:44 pm

Yeah !!!

1. Angie and Dave
2. Malcolm & Marty
3. Andy & Margaret

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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August - Date Change

Postby Sifidelity » Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:23 pm

Sounds like a good excuse for a poke. Wheres the route to/from?

1. Angie and Dave
2. Malcolm & Marty
3. Andy & Margaret
4. Si & Heather
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August - Date Change

Postby Rostra » Sat Jul 17, 2010 9:01 am

The Route??

Meet at Tesco Forres (ABZ crew arriving in convoy from Inverurie) at 10.30.
Proceed across the moors, over the hills, and far away, aiming for lunch at The Carrbridge Hotel which will include soup, sandwiches, tea, coffee and stovies. £6.50per head.

Returning along the Spey, over the moor, past the castle, down to our place in Forres for tea and a 'piece' or two.

Toddle off home about 6.
:D :D :D

PS: What's a Stovie??
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August - Date Change

Postby The Pram » Sat Jul 17, 2010 11:24 am

1. Angie and Dave
2. Malcolm & Marty
3. Andy & Margaret
4. Si & Heather
5. Me and her (probably)
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August - Date Change

Postby mnp1962 » Mon Jul 26, 2010 8:36 pm

Will be there..should be a good day.

1. Angie and Dave
2. Malcolm & Marty
3. Andy & Margaret
4. Si & Heather
5. Me and her (probably)
6. Martin & Kirsty
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August - Date Change

Postby IanH » Mon Jul 26, 2010 8:59 pm

1. Angie and Dave
2. Malcolm & Marty
3. Andy & Margaret
4. Si & Heather
5. Me and her (probably)
6. Martin & Kirsty
7. Ian & Diane
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August - Date Change

Postby clynderboy » Mon Jul 26, 2010 9:14 pm

IanH wrote:1. Angie and Dave
2. Malcolm & Marty
3. Andy & Margaret
4. Si & Heather
5. Me and her (probably)
6. Martin & Kirsty
7. Ian & Diane

8. John and Margaret
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August - Date Change

Postby Rostra » Tue Jul 27, 2010 10:52 am

1. Angie and Dave
2. Malcolm & Marty
3. Andy & Margaret
4. Si & Heather
5. Lorraine and Clare (probably)
6. Martin & Kirsty
7. Ian & Diane
8. John and Margaret
9. Kenny and Debra
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby ForestFan » Fri Aug 06, 2010 2:49 pm

We hope to make it along:

1. Angie and Dave
2. Malcolm & Marty
3. Andy & Margaret
4. Si & Heather
5. Lorraine and Clare (probably)
6. Martin & Kirsty
7. Ian & Diane
8. John and Margaret
9. Kenny and Debra
10. Paul & Sue
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby stuboy » Sat Aug 07, 2010 7:46 pm

11. Me too - I'll be there
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby HelenM » Sun Aug 08, 2010 8:39 pm

1. Angie and Dave
2. Malcolm & Marty
3. Andy & Margaret
4. Si & Heather
5. Lorraine and Clare (probably)
6. Martin & Kirsty
7. Ian & Diane
8. John and Margaret
9. Kenny and Debra
10. Paul & Sue
11. Stuart
12. Helen (may be passenger)
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby Rostra » Thu Aug 19, 2010 10:15 am

1. Angie and Dave
2. Malcolm & Marty
3. Andy & Margaret
4. Si & Heather
5. Lorraine and Clare (probably)
6. Martin & Kirsty
7. Ian & Diane
8. John and Margaret
9. Kenny and Debra
10. Paul & Sue
11. Stuart
12. Helen M. (chauffered by Mark)
13. Karen (Fiver) and Pauline
14. Ian (Mr Karen)
15. Donald (Karen and Ian's brother - in an MG - get the jokes ready folks)
16. John and Janet (maybe - 'time off' problems)


Italics indicate starting from Forres. Please let me know if I've got this wrong.
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby IanH » Thu Aug 19, 2010 12:12 pm

15. Donald (Karen and Ian's brother - in an MG - get the jokes ready folks)


Oh if you insist..... :lol: is this one of the few that were produced with a working hood mechanism? :D
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby drumtochty » Thu Aug 19, 2010 3:07 pm

What model of MG?
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08 Mk3 2.0 RC Sport Copper Red
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby OldSpice » Thu Aug 19, 2010 3:32 pm

drumtochty wrote:What model of MG?

:offtopic:
Quite. :wink:
Might be a B-GT Costello V8? 8)

MG speeding down the A74 at 85mph in January It passed under a bridge and just then, the driver saw a police officer on the other side with a radar-gun. Got pulled over, and the patrol driver walked up to the car smirking. "Runway too short?"
The driver replied "I'm late for an appointment ".
"What do you do for a living?" the polis enquired.

" I'm pre-operation hemmorhoid rectum-stretcher ".

"What the H**L does a Rectum-stretcher do?"

"I start by inserting one finger, then I work my way up to two fingers, then three, then four.
Then my whole hand in, working it side to side until I can get both hands in, and then I slowly but surely stretch the opening until its about 6 feet.

"And just what do you do with a six foot a***hole?"

"Put it in uniform, give it a radar gun, and get him to hide behind a bridge ".

Result:
Speeding £100.00. 6 points, and £250.00 for having the hood up. :mrgreen:
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby Rostra » Thu Aug 19, 2010 5:42 pm

Karen did ring to see if I minded! All I know is it was a cheepy maker-over, which happended to be cheeeeper than the equivalent MX5. It is now apparently in cracking order and letting him come on the run is intended to persuade him to sell it and buy a REAL car.

Have you sold yours yet, Malc? 8)
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby IanH » Thu Aug 19, 2010 8:27 pm

Inverurie departers be prepared to leave Morrisons car park at 08:45 (note the store does not open until 09:00 if you need to stock up on anything).
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