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nothing worse than the toilet seat being left up. Only kidding.

Is anyone planning on being at the Ace overland day on the Sunday from here?

Hi there Fern, ill be there

Will you make it down in time?, give my 'love' to Basil !!!
Dave,
We never see you North of the Watford Gap .

Have you not had your Jabs For Yorkshire
Or is that that your worried you May like it up here so much, you will have to sell up and move North
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Hi Dazzer,
Could you please put me on the list?

I'll be more than happy to pitch up a tent.

Also, Ace Cafe on the Sunday!

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Hi Derek
Your on the list. see you soon

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1. Leigh
2. Debz
3. Iain
4. Darren
5. Mr Len
6. Mrs Len
7. Craig
8. Laura
9. Ela
10. Timpo
11. Sarah
12. Danielle.
13. Dave
14. Mary
15. TTRsoul
16. Basil
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18.ChrisP
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20.Bev
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22.crmDave
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Had a brief drive over the dales on saturday afternoon and the snow on the hills looked very pretty - we may have more snow this & next week.
I've not been on one of these weekends before - I hope the bunkhouse is warm!
& Do most eat in the pub?
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Had a brief drive over the dales on saturday afternoon and the snow on the hills looked very pretty - we may have more snow this & next week.
I've not been on one of these weekends before - I hope the bunkhouse is warm!
& Do most eat in the pub?
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I should think most will eat in the pub on a evening. The Pub also do breakfast, but some will be riding into the cafe in Hawes for breakfast .

see you soon

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Leigh had a chat today with The landlady { Yvonne }
I can now confirm the cost per person per night in the Bunkhouse will be £12.
Please pay as you arrive.

There will be a full choice for Breakfast each morning, ie
Full English Breakfast will be £7.25.
Butties with a brew for £4.25.

Evening meal's and bar meals are available .

The camp site at the rear of the Pub is also open for those that may wish to camp .
All bikes can be parked at the rear of the Pub.

If anyone would like to join in on the ride out's on the Saturday the first ride out to leave the pub will be Basil's at 8.30am .

This Ride out will be for those that would like to do more off road.There will be more miles covered and a lot of trails.
If you would like to join this group please find Basil on friday night and let him know your riding with him.

Craig and I will each lead a ride on Saturday covering the same route as each other but leaving 15 minutes apart.

Both Craig's and Dazzer's ride will be mostly on the back roads around the Dales with a few very easy trails and all are ok for big bikes with a pillion. Anyone not wanting to do the off road bit can miss these out and re-join the group at the other end of the trail and then carry on in the group

These rides will be at a steady pace so you can enjoy the scenery. If you would like to join one of these ride's please be ready for 9am ish

We will be having a stop for lunch when both groups should meet up.

See you all soon Dazzer
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Thanks for all your hard work Darren, don't forget if you need anything done for the weekend, let me know. Looking forward to catching up with you.

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I know I'm late, I'm always late, but would there be space for me to squeeze my little tent in somewhere?

I thought I would be away on my next trip by then, but I'm not going until a little later now.

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I know I'm late, I'm always late, but would there be space for me to squeeze my little tent in somewhere?

I thought I would be away on my next trip by then, but I'm not going until a little later now.

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Hi Birdy
your more then welcome. You may camp or have a bunk, its your choice.
your on the list.

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there is a great photo of Hardraw Force waterfall on the bbc web site today taken at the weekend (second photo)
BBC News - In pictures: Yorkshire snowfall
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weather is looking to improve
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Conditions today made it a Tad interesting, while out checking the route for next weekend's Bunkhouse Meeting.







But dont worry.... The first sign that spring is just around the corner. Lambs in the Yorkshire Dales.









Please make sure you pay for the nights that you are staying as soon as you arrive. I dont want to have to pick up a bill for anyone who forgot to pay. { like I have had to do twice before ! }

Ladies...Room 9 as been reserved for you. It has 6 bed's and is Ensuite.


see you all soon, Dazzer

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anyone organising an event posted here will not be held responsible in any way for damage or personal injury sustained or anything else that may occur while attending any such events.

Members attending any such event do so at their own risk.

You are basically on your own!

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In the case of riding off-road then please observe the TRF code of conduct. http://www.trf.org.uk/code.php

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well, I have a permit for sat eve. With working, and the paraphernalia of life ( inc a 1year old), my easy option is to tilt up in the van, , breakfast and offski.
hope my late application (is this a small capacity bike thing?) is ok.

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