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Crieff Run
Sun 27th Feb 2005 to Sun 27th Feb 2005
organised by Central Scotland

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Run Organisers Richard & Eileen.

A favourite run for many members, enjoy the splendour of the Trossachs before passing through Killin and up Loch Tay side to Aberfeldy, then onto Crieff for lunch at the excellent Famous Grouse Experience. After lunch enjoy some of the unspoilt quiet country roads of Perth and Stirlingshire before returning to Stirling Services.

Meeting time 10.30 for 10.45 depart.

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20050227_crieff.doc



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Your Comments
27th Feb 2005 18:33 :: Douglas
Great day with excellent company, good weather, fantastic roads  and brilliant food. Thanks Richard & Eileen, oh... and only one 'sheep on the road' radio message.

27th Feb 2005 20:12 :: lochpark
A great day out for my first run. Thanks to Richard & Eileen for the routs and a special thanks to everyone who help to convince Mary to go "topless" !

28th Feb 2005 16:49 :: Jon
sorry I missed this run due to sleeping in. Check out the new Mk3 MX-5 at http://www.newmx-5roadster.com/

28th Feb 2005 20:35 :: chic and heather
Totally agree with Douglas' comments- thanks to Richard and Eileen for the route and no doubt to Douglas for ensuring that there was mince on the menu

2nd Mar 2005 08:23 :: Bill & Linda
Thoroughly enjoyed the run and the company (as always). Good to see you all again.

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