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Offline PA

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Allas i'm too lazy to put pen to paper and write it out and share. Maybe if I break my ankle again i'll have the time
This can be organized.



Offline flamestone

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This can be organized.

You call your people and I'll call mine.  He's a slow target, so shouldn't cost us too much.



Offline PA

  • One man comedy gala

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You call your people and I'll call mine.  He's a slow target, so shouldn't cost us too much.
I'll get Mondi on to it, you call Andecorp.



Offline B2

  • Slowest Ferrari Owner

  • Joined: Apr 2008

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You will make B27 home sick when he spots a couple of those shots  :p

Hehe.  :lovies:

Looks like a good warm up to Tassie Mark.  Well done. (Not the sheep)



Offline Wattens

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You call your people and I'll call mine.  He's a slow target, so shouldn't cost us too much.

Give me enough time and i'll end up doing it again myself
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



Offline Wattens

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I'll get Mondi on to it

Still talking about breaking my ankle or has this turned into something kinky???  Once Mondi is involved and all...
You can say I'm wrong, but my garage doesn't agree with that statement!!!



Offline mhh

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Short leg today and a lot of it was single track.  Surprisingly, single track makes for quick progress here because people are used to pulling over for you. Scream up behind some hapless tourist and he's pulling over before you've had time to fully slow down.  But for a lot of the time, there are just plain no cars.



Offline TomE


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 :thumbsup: Loving it.

The RAF fly through the glens up that way at high speed using cars to practise their targeting.
You might give them some work.
"There's too many self-Indulgent wieners in this city with too much bloody money! Now, if I was driving a 1967 275 GTB four-cam... "



Offline cel

I'm about to have brekky and then up to Durness, across to Tongue, then down through Lairg with an overnight in Inverness (probably).

I'll brief you fully before the wedding. :)

That looks great. Having a look at Loch Ness as well?

Amazing roadtrip btw  :thumbsup:



Offline flamestone

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The RAF fly through the glens up that way at high speed

I can confirm this from personal experience.  It was really eerie cresting a section of road, and find myself almost eye to eye with a pilot...



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