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106th annual Scotts Borders wknd 14thAug

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not as easy as you'd expect from this new, improved, bells and whistles site eh??

PS, I know I missed camping in the snow and a few others, but 106? REALLY? You should be getting T-shirts printed, lol.

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izzyhill @ 11/08/2015 14:44  

106th weekend is only Two years Two weeks ago if you use the American system of recording ancient events.

We are going to camp up by the car park in the top corner.
easier for the pub and the bbq.
loch side may be too damp.

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dustin666 @ 11/08/2015 19:10  

Wish I could make this one but I can't :-(
Have fun y'all.

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Steve_H @ 11/08/2015 19:43  

That's a shame ??.
we'll have a pint ?? on your behalf x

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dustin666 @ 11/08/2015 22:15  

.....or two, who wants to meet at moffat on friday

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dizzydot @ 11/08/2015 23:33  

Probably not be there early enough Lyn - what time were you thinking?

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izzyhill @ 12/08/2015 08:30  

mid afternoonish x

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dizzydot @ 12/08/2015 12:40  

Hope to be at Moffat early to mid afternoon.
I don't finish work until 06:00 .
I may have a kip for a couple of hours then get cracking.
Or, I may crash out until tea time lol.
Best laid plans and all that bollox.

Shower time and get ready for work , laters x

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dustin666 @ 12/08/2015 19:25  

Oh wow! What a classic weekend at The Great One and Only
TIBBIE SHIELS hotel and campsite.
Friday morning and afternoon definitely belonged to Noah.
Buy early evening Noah had long since (F)arked off down stream.
Like well trained Special Forces we hurtled into action ....
within seconds it was BOOM RAT A TAT. Beer!
KABOOM barbie.
Quickly we dug in around the campfire for bawdy jokes , ripping the pish and belly laughs.
Suitably fortified with gallons of napalm.
We stormed the enemy HQ (car drivers in the bar)
Within minutes it was all over.
Our drunken tales and raucous laughter drowned out all opposition.
Victory was ours.

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dustin666 @ 16/08/2015 16:07  

Saturday morning we awoke to glorious sunshine
After a healthy start of Huge Fry up in the Glen Cafe it was ride out time.
The Lammermuir hills . Route supplied by Richard (Squeaky door) scotdick..
Wonderful countryside (see photos) we visited The Wallace Statue(pics)
and several cafés on route.
After a hard day in the saddle Lyn (cor look at his bum) dizzydot spotted several Lycra clad male cyclists. We decided to return to camp for the evening festivities.
More barbie more alcohol and then off to see The Border Boogie Band , live at Tibbie's. Brilliant set.
We rounded off the evening with a seat round the campfire watching the Perseid meteor shower. Really interesting but not quite as exciting as a kiddies sparkler.
p.s as usual XK got really pi55ed and thrown out of the pub . He then proceeded to fall over everyone's tent. Same old , same old.
Thankyou to everyone who made it
It was an honour to serve with you all .
'ten'hun... At ease ,stand easy xxx

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dustin666 @ 16/08/2015 16:29  

Pt izzyhill reporting in, SAH!
Confirmed with Cpl squeakydoor that a drop of rain on the Glen cafe windys at breakfast DOESN'T disqualify Saturday from being his first dry day this year - woo-hoo! and if he had the same weather as I did after Abington (I don't count less drops than I'd get from the car in fronts' washer fluid as proper rain) then he notched up two consecutive dry days out - surely that must mean we're having summer?
Thank you Dusty for arranging it and bringing your BBQ rig and fire pit, thanks Richard for taking me places I've never been before, and thanks Lyn for adding a little decorum to the manoeuvres.
Blisteringly gorgeous day up here now and the bikes's been washed and tucked away until the next call to duty.

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izzyhill @ 16/08/2015 18:33  

was a fabulusly brilliant weekend even tho it was personnaly tinged with sadness, the support and rib tickin fun was one neva to be missed....(ha ha ha but some of yu did,) laughed hard, played hard, first class weekend would neva be without you peeps your worth a million thanks so much

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dizzydot @ 16/08/2015 19:02  

I wasn't thrown out of the pub!

I was carried out...

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XKLYBR @ 17/08/2015 12:26  

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