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Chip Run
Thu 17th Jul 2014
organised by Grampian Scotland

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17th Jul 2014 21:44 :: IanH
Good run this evening, nice to have such a good turn out, 8 cars and 15 people is pretty good for a weekday evening. Nice to welcome Mr & Mrs Big Mac and Mr & Mrs Big Softie to their first run :) It was good that the sitinerie at the Chip Shop was open again too. Nice steady pace on the way up, hope the pace on the way back was amenable too....

17th Jul 2014 22:00 :: big mac
Thanks for the welcome.It was nice to meet everyone.Some great roads and stunning scenery.

17th Jul 2014 22:36 :: liathach
Yes, good to meet the newcomers.  I hope you all enjoyed yourselves and that you will be up for the Squirrel run on the 27th - well recommended and I'm sorry we will miss it.  Gidfrey is looking rather splendid!

17th Jul 2014 22:38 :: liathach
Forgot to say HelenB/Maggie and ourselves had a pleasant run home via the B9001 to Rothie and Inverurie - Memo....ask what the planned route is in future!

18th Jul 2014 01:03 :: stuboy
Excellent run again Ian, great night,nice to meet new members , Squirrel run - bring it on !!!!....

19th Jul 2014 08:26 :: HelenB
Enjoyed the run......and the fish and chips! Yes we had a detour on the way home but it added to the adventure! Look forward to seeing everyone again soon.

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