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johnwh74
Zeb wrote:
johnwh74 wrote:Do pork pies count ??? ;) :D


Pork pies is good.....any pies is acceptable...


:thumbsup: I will bring the pork pies then :D
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Posted 24 Aug 2010, 19:54 #61 

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Zeb
johnwh74 wrote:
Zeb wrote:
johnwh74 wrote:Do pork pies count ??? ;) :D


Pork pies is good.....any pies is acceptable...


:thumbsup: I will bring the pork pies then :D



Good lad ;) :D

Posted 24 Aug 2010, 20:02 #62 

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JohnDotCom
Pies aren't allowed on my strict regime......to keep this stealth like figure. :em: ;)
John

"My lovely car now sold onto a very happy new owner.
I still love this marque and I will still be around, preferred selling to breaking, as a great runner and performer"

Posted 24 Aug 2010, 20:12 #63 

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Bernard
JohnDotCom wrote:Pies aren't allowed on my strict regime......to keep this stealth like figure. :em: ;)


No good without pics! ...on second thoughts.... :gmc:
I don't like signatures, they take up too much screen space.

Posted 24 Aug 2010, 20:13 #64 

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Mick
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JohnDotCom wrote:Pies aren't allowed on my strict regime......to keep this stealth like figure. :em: ;)


Not those silly little ones anyway. :)
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Posted 24 Aug 2010, 20:15 #65 

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JohnDotCom
Mick wrote:
JohnDotCom wrote:Pies aren't allowed on my strict regime......to keep this stealth like figure. :em: ;)


Not those silly little ones anyway. :)



Thats the ones Mick, :) have lost two stone now but still look like desperate Dan. (not to be confused with ex Dan Air :o )
John

"My lovely car now sold onto a very happy new owner.
I still love this marque and I will still be around, preferred selling to breaking, as a great runner and performer"

Posted 24 Aug 2010, 20:21 #66 

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Zeb
I will have some further news on this event to post up by tonight.... ;)

(OMG...was that a deadline I just gave meself? :o )

Posted 25 Aug 2010, 09:25 #67 

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starbug2
Zeb wrote:I will have some further news on this event to post up by tonight.... ;)

(OMG...was that a deadline I just gave meself? :o )

i can't wait

Posted 25 Aug 2010, 09:44 #68 

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JohnDotCom
Zeb wrote:I will have some further news on this event to post up by tonight.... ;)

(OMG...was that a deadline I just gave meself? :o )



I like people that keep their promises. ;) :gmc:
John

"My lovely car now sold onto a very happy new owner.
I still love this marque and I will still be around, preferred selling to breaking, as a great runner and performer"

Posted 25 Aug 2010, 11:02 #69 

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Zeb
JohnDotCom wrote:
Zeb wrote:I will have some further news on this event to post up by tonight.... ;)

(OMG...was that a deadline I just gave meself? :o )



I like people that keep their promises. ;) :gmc:



I'd best hope the nice National Trust lady I spoke to keeps hers then... :D

Posted 25 Aug 2010, 11:08 #70 

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James.uk
John.com he said:-

>>>not to be confused with ex Dan Air <<<

Many years ago (70's-80's) I used to buy exec and sports cars in the North and deliver them to a garage chain down South (my friend and employer owned the chain).

I used to fly back up to Manchester from Hern (B/mouth) with Dan Air (often 3 times a week) and the cost then? £25 !!! :clap: It was brilliant! Watching other passengers faces when the ground crew pulled a trolley out and connected jump leads to start the planes engines was a joy to behold! Some of them looked petrified!! :lol:

Dependant of bookings (I think) the plane would land at Bristol, Cardiff, B/ham and Manchester, sometimes it just went to Man non stop, that was boring! Once I was invited up to the cockpit, and was amazed when the plane turned right (somewhere near Chester) as I could see the Irish sea on my left clear across the country to the North sea on the right! Amazing! I used to love flying with Dan Air.... I still miss doing that to this day.. :(

Were I able to afford modern prices, and if there was a flight available, I would love to make day trips down to the South coast and back by air again.. *sighs*
So plzz don't knock Dan Air too much John, I loved em! :thumbsup: :D
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Posted 25 Aug 2010, 12:52 #71 

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Bernard
James.uk wrote:John.com he said:-

>>>not to be confused with ex Dan Air <<<


So plzz don't knock Dan Air too much John, I loved em! :thumbsup: :D
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I still haven't got over being handed a pack of sandwiches as I climbed up the steps of a Dan Dare plane en route to Ireland I think it was. Supposed to be business class too!
I don't like signatures, they take up too much screen space.

Posted 25 Aug 2010, 14:04 #72 

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Rammie
Zeb wrote:
JohnDotCom wrote:
Zeb wrote:I will have some further news on this event to post up by tonight.... ;)

(OMG...was that a deadline I just gave meself? :o )



I like people that keep their promises. ;) :gmc:



I'd best hope the nice National Trust lady I spoke to keeps hers then... :D


Do I denote a slight squirming sound?? ;)
Never make promises that rely on other people's actions, eek!! :roll:
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Posted 25 Aug 2010, 17:03 #73 

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takestock
Tick tock tick tock..... Oooooo, is that the time already :D
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Dave....

Posted 25 Aug 2010, 18:16 #74 

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raistlin
I am so tempted to attend this event :panic:
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Posted 25 Aug 2010, 19:53 #75 

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Bermudan 75
Seem to remember my father calling Dan Air, Dan Dare........... :cheers:
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Posted 25 Aug 2010, 20:05 #76 

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Zeb
*Thinks about writing a forty page document....but decides against it... :? *

Right, a couple of things:

1) I have been awaiting a further call from the National Trust but it appears they have forgotten me today.. :( (A small squirm mebbe..;) ) However, thus far, I am assured that we can have our own parking area - I have requested one suitable for wheelchairs - and I await final choices of location.

2) We should be able to avail ourselves of a discount for a group booking for those that are not members of the National Trust...please can you add this info onto the original list asap... (this will not require registration with the Information Commissioner.. :-| )

3) As I understand it, a certain excellent chappy who attended Jake's brunch and did faulous work on the aircon systems of several cars will also be joining us and offering regas services for £30.00 for members of the community.

4) I understand a contingent going to the Rufford Park meet in the morning are planning to come across and join us later in the day... :thumbsup:

So, a few more reasons / excuses to be coming along if you haven't signed up yet!

More to follow as soon as I hear back again from the National trust.


There you go...deadline met...more or less... :?

Posted 25 Aug 2010, 20:14 #77 

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starbug2
raistlin wrote:I am so tempted to attend this event :panic:

i'll bring my camera and bev may one one too :lol:

Posted 25 Aug 2010, 21:31 #78 

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Zeb wrote:List...


Definites

Zeb + Family
R.Robson + Mrs Robson
Mick
Dave & Marina (Takestock)
James.uk
Trebor +3
Martin +1
Paul and Yve + Lace (PaulT)
Jake Wilson + 1
Mr & Mrs Yellow Peril
jonjon77
Stubie
johnwh74 (John and Amy)
Mr + Mrs Rammie


Possibles

MrB +3
Starbug2 and Mrs Starbug2. :)
DeuxGazoles
JohnDotCom
Tim + Heather
SpongeBob
we are both going as not going to the convention so we will see you on the day :thumbsup:

Posted 25 Aug 2010, 21:34 #79 

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JakeWilson
Looking forward to it Carl :D

Perhaps a convoy over (new addition to the fold as well possibly!)

Posted 25 Aug 2010, 22:18 #80 


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