Wolverhampton Nano Meet Sunday 24 March by Trebor (Page 7 of 7)


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How about re-arranging the meet for a weekend in April?
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Posted 25 Mar 2013, 02:40 #121 

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Jürgen
Trebor wrote:
Mick wrote:Imessaged Jürgen, he's making his way over here so all's well.


Thanks for that Mick he did message me so he was stopped before he got too far

Although there hasn't been a proper Nano meet due to the severe weather conditions, the weekend has been a good one. I enjoyed the dinner with some of you on Saturday and I visited a friend on Sunday. :)

Now I do hope the snow will be gone before the next Nano event .... :mrgreen:
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Posted 25 Mar 2013, 10:23 #122 

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glad you made the best of it Jürgen, always nice to see you and here's to the next time, you should get a visa lol !
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Posted 25 Mar 2013, 19:50 #123 

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I hope I can arrange a trip for the next Nano, Rob.

Today the guys from the border agency at Dover wanted to have a close look at my car. Well, I had plenty of time, so I wasn't in a rush. After they had a look into the boot (that's what you expect them to do) they wanted to look under the bonnet, too. Nothing hidden there either. :mrgreen:
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Posted 25 Mar 2013, 21:29 #124 


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Jürgen wrote:I hope I can arrange a trip for the next Nano, Rob.

Today the guys from the border agency at Dover wanted to have a close look at my car. Well, I had plenty of time, so I wasn't in a rush. After they had a look into the boot (that's what you expect them to do) they wanted to look under the bonnet, too. Nothing hidden there either. :mrgreen:



When we went to visit Germany in 2007, they also dusted our Car for "Bomb" stuff (They told me the proper name I just cannot remember it), They even had a sniffer dog climb in the boot on top of our stuff, I jokingly asked if anyone was going to wash the Powder off my Car, I was greeted with a very frosty comment by a very arrogant guy.....:(
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Posted 25 Mar 2013, 21:33 #125 

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Jürgen
carlpenn wrote:When we went to visit Germany in 2007, they also dusted our Car for "Bomb" stuff (They told me the proper name I just cannot remember it), They even had a sniffer dog climb in the boot on top of our stuff, I jokingly asked if anyone was going to wash the Powder off my Car, I was greeted with a very frosty comment by a very arrogant guy.....:(

Joking can be dangerous, Carl, as most of these guys aren't able to see a joke. :(

I wouldn't like the dog hair in my car (as long as it's not from my dog). :hissyfit:
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Posted 25 Mar 2013, 21:44 #126 

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Its obviously the number of times you are visiting these shores Jürgen making them suspicious, but not a pleasant experience I bet.

It happened to me once returning from a pop festival, car turned over by the police for drugs, nothing to find
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Posted 26 Mar 2013, 17:57 #127 

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Luckily it has been just a visual inspection, Rob, so nothing got messed up.
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Posted 26 Mar 2013, 20:01 #128 

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Trebor
Must have been admiring the quality of the car then
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Posted 26 Mar 2013, 20:52 #129 

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Duncan
Had a similar thorough dog inspection taking a work vehicle overseas. I was worried about the spaniels claws marking the hide!
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Posted 26 Mar 2013, 21:01 #130 

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Definitely admiring the car in your case Duncan !
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Posted 26 Mar 2013, 21:18 #131 


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