NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby The Pram » Fri Aug 20, 2010 8:54 pm

IanH wrote: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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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby Sifidelity » Fri Aug 20, 2010 9:48 pm

Angie,

Will just be me now (she's on a girly night on Saturday and will be "too ill to be thrown about" her words btw).

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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby IanH » Sat Aug 21, 2010 6:10 pm

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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby PaulDS » Sat Aug 21, 2010 8:52 pm

Looks like me and Elaine will make this one :P
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby PaulDS » Sun Aug 22, 2010 8:52 pm

Really glad we made it today :P
Good to see you all again and some new faces too.
Thanks Angie/Dave for leading this, well done.
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby liathach » Sun Aug 22, 2010 10:36 pm

Enjoyed myself today, Thanks to Angie & Dave and it was good to see so many folk having a great time! Weren't we lucky with the weather. Quick run home from Forres but we did have to stop to put the tops up near Glass. Really glad we did as the heavens opened.
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby The Pram » Sun Aug 22, 2010 10:50 pm

Yes great day out. Dottled bum and red face though! Ah, the signs of a good mx5 day out :mrgreen: :mrgreen:
Can we have more please :wink:
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby Rostra » Mon Aug 23, 2010 10:02 am

Message from Karen:

Fantastic day, thanks Angie for organising it.
Lunch was lovely, only complaint I have is that we were allowed unlimited cups of tea at hotel, but after my unscheduled loo stop behind the bushes before Granton on Spey, I thought I'd better limit myself, so was unable to take full advantage!

Great roads, great weather (until last wee bit) and lovely tea and cakes to end the day.

Thanks to everyone for making us feel so welcome. As we're not members of the OC, please could you pass on our thanks to any of the others that aren't on here for us.

Hope to be able to join you again sometime.
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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby Rostra » Mon Aug 23, 2010 10:44 am

Hi Y'all,

What fun that was, tho if this event gets any more popular we're going to split into two convoys - bit of a headache making sure everyone is there, tho I think you all did very well!! :lol: :lol:

Absolutely lovely to see you all - I think Wolf's is the highlight of my social calendar.

Thanks for all the baking,girls (and Stuart) - we were very good and gave all the leftovers to the neighbours. The owners of the parking lot were thrilled to have been of help - and pointed out how we could have got even more cars in there, and those on the other side who lent the garden chairs had spent the afternoon standing at their sitting room window trying to decide which car they wanted (Liathach won!) Clearly our neighbours don't mind the invasion, though probably best its only once a year!

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Re: NSE/NSN Wolfs Run - 22nd August

Postby liathach » Mon Aug 23, 2010 2:52 pm

With any luck, the attached MAY link to photographs taken on Sunday!

http://picasaweb.google.co.uk/Liathach3 ... Y_h1sWqYQ#
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