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Loch Ness Camping Weekend, 19-21 July 2013

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Loch Ness Camping Weekend, 19-21 July 2013

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This event is being organised by sunseaandfun, contact him for further info of this event Thanks for the calendar submission

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Sandi @ 28/01/2013 09:24  

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Steve_H @ 30/01/2013 19:38  

I'll already be further up North during this run so see ya as whizz past

Hope weather is fab

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madscots @ 30/01/2013 23:38  

better take plenty midgey repelent....they wear tackicky boots up

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max4fun2012 @ 31/01/2013 00:18  

Sunseaandfun's UPDATE to the calendar info on 5th Feb Camping charges, change of postcode, addition of a telephone number

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Sandi @ 05/02/2013 08:39  

As for the midges Ive talked with the campsite owner As we are about 3 miles from the Loch we will not be attacked by them

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sunseaandfun @ 05/02/2013 13:17  

A bit disappointed in the choice of campsite , I wanted to camp by loch Ness. I ain't gonner see Nessie from three miles away .
Dusty x p.s. Midges do not like , sun, breeze or indoors , they are very territorial and fly at only 2mph. If conditions are right , they come out at dawn and dusk. Use midge repellent or walk about ten/twenty feet away from them. They will not enter your tent . Dusty x

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dustin666 @ 06/02/2013 19:16  

ive put meself down for this - does the campsite have to be booked or can i decide 2 days before as per my aversion to planning ahead !

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kwakgirl @ 06/02/2013 19:41  

Checked out the site on Google earth , looks ok , it's by the seaside . Mmm , beach party x

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dustin666 @ 10/02/2013 06:24  

And a chance to see the dolphins!
Let's just hope there is a pub nearby
Good place to start a run round via Lochcarron and the Kyle too. Yeah bring it on
In fact there is so much good stuff to do is it worth extending it by a day or two?

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Steve_H @ 14/02/2013 08:04  

I'm game for a longer stay . Dusty x

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dustin666 @ 15/02/2013 00:11  

I'm half up for this if money allows, so repeating what Kwakgirl said can the camp site be booked just before the weekend?

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Ragnar @ 15/02/2013 20:26  

Iv been checking distance. 590 miles who else is setting of from down here. I no if your going ragnar. Itll be further for you. But i need at least a couple of days to get so far. Squires cafe is on way just of motor way. 215 miles. Would like to no who else is travelling same way. X

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fantasia @ 16/02/2013 17:24  

If I go Val I'll be looking at going up on the Thursday to near Lymm services and getting a B&B so I'm has fresh as a daisy and possibly the same on the way back. The travelodge at Lymm services is only £22 if booked now.

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Ragnar @ 16/02/2013 18:26  

Lymm is still the neck end of 400 miles from Inverness.
I'm based in Durham and will be going up Friday.
Can I suggest you head up to get up the north east on Thursday to get the motorways out of the way. Travelodge at Scotch Corner.
We can then meet up Friday morning and we ride up together on the more entertaining roads.

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Steve_H @ 16/02/2013 19:35  

The reason i put Lymm is because there's a run going up from there.

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Ragnar @ 16/02/2013 19:45  

If your heading up the west side side of the county look to get off the A74 at Lockerbie and onto the B7076, google street view and you'll see what I mean
On the east you want the A68 (nr Darlington) or A697 (past Newcastle), not the A1 and further.
Both get better the further north you go, have less traffic than the A1.

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Steve_H @ 16/02/2013 19:58  

I've emailed the campsite , so far no reply . But , there is a biker friendly site (cumberlands) at the southern end of the Loch . If all else fails .
Dusty x

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dustin666 @ 16/02/2013 22:37  

I would lurv to do this, depends on my knees if i can ride by then and if bike is sorted out, cashflow!!!!!

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wenders @ 22/02/2013 22:25  

Have put down for this. Love Scotland and the run up through Glen Coe is awesome !
Just gotta get the thurs fri off now, mind you I mite be feeling sick by then lol.

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Bandito12 @ 23/02/2013 03:19  

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