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    Any more? roll-up roll-up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by f0rm4t View Post
    1 mark
    2 tony
    3 format ( paul )
    4 bobdude
    5 mat
    6 plus 1
    7 darren (my brother-in-law)
    8 Markeff
    9 Ian
    10 Dave

    Any more? roll-up roll-up!
    Spoke with Terry. His attendance really depends on how warm/dry it will be. I'll keep working on him but I fear he'll bottle it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f0rm4t View Post
    1 mark
    2 tony
    3 format ( paul )
    4 bobdude
    5 mat
    6 plus 1
    7 darren (my brother-in-law)
    8 Markeff
    9 Ian
    10 Dave

    Any more? roll-up roll-up!
    i would love to attend if possible, i need to try all my kit out and this would be perfect with all you guys around

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    Breakfast club new year meet

    Quote Originally Posted by simonkent View Post
    i would love to attend if possible, i need to try all my kit out and this would be perfect with all you guys around
    Hello Simon.

    Sorry pal, I must have missed your introduction post.
    It would be great to see you there.
    We're a friendly bunch and mark has a great permission at home farm.
    Where abouts in kent are you from?

    You're more than welcome to meet us lot in kent then make our way over the water.

    Welcome aboard!
    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by f0rm4t View Post
    Who's turn to drive? Matt cough cough. What car have you got Matt?
    On a not unrelated matter, who's turn is it to cook? Paul cough cough. What apron and oven gloves you got Paul?
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    Quote Originally Posted by f0rm4t View Post
    Hello Simon.

    Sorry pal, I must have missed your introduction post.
    It would be great to see you there.
    We're a friendly bunch and mark has a great permission at home farm.
    Where abouts in kent are you from?

    You're more than welcome to meet us lot in kent then make our way over the water.

    Welcome aboard!
    Hi Paul.

    That would be great to meet up and drive over, i currently live in west kingsdown and own a factory in Gravesend.But we are looking to move home down to east kent soon as the wife's family live down that way.

    what would you like me to bring food wise etc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehecatl View Post
    On a not unrelated matter, who's turn is it to cook? Paul cough cough. What apron and oven gloves you got Paul?
    You missed my cooking Matt! I did it at the last one.
    The fellas said it was a banquette like they've never had in there life!
    A real treat they said!
    Could never be repeated they said.
    You'll never need to cook at this meet again they said!
    Yes really, they said!

    So it looks like you're on then Matt.
    <tongue firmly placed in cheek>
    Paul

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    • While the Swiss Army Knife has been popular for years, the Swiss Navy Knife has remained largely unheard of. Its single blade functions as a tiny canoe paddle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simonkent View Post
    Hi Paul.

    That would be great to meet up and drive over, i currently live in west kingsdown and own a factory in Gravesend.But we are looking to move home down to east kent soon as the wife's family live down that way.

    what would you like me to bring food wise etc
    Sounds like a plan mate. We'll sort out arrangements closer to the time.
    With regards to food, the clue is in the group name

    We'll normally do a communal meal for Saturday night for those who wish to partake. It's optional mate.

    ...All I'm saying is Matt (Ehecatl) is the bush equivalent of Michel Roux Jnr! But it may be me cooking.
    Paul

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    • While the Swiss Army Knife has been popular for years, the Swiss Navy Knife has remained largely unheard of. Its single blade functions as a tiny canoe paddle.

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    The only utensile I've ever seen you pick up was a fork. And that went in your mouth.

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    All I will say is I look forward to the weekend and do not mind who cooks so long as there is BACON.

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