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Post by tim leech »

It will be ok, think positive!

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It will be OK. If its already failed once, the chances of it happening again on another meet are slim; err thats my positive thinking anyway lol. Naa, it will be fine, and as long as you have breakdown cover you know you can get home. It will make it all the more rewarding when it all goes to plan and you get there and back OK.

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Thats what I like to hear!

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Who's going on the Friday???

Vanny's not turning up till late so theres not a lot of point in me going on friday if i'm the only sod there....
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i'm not gonna be that late, will be with the bird and pilsy too

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tim leech wrote:It will be ok, think positive!
Tim, I do hope for you that it will. :D
BUT I know from past aggravation with LHM that positive thinking rarely results in the situation when it arises from being straightforward. :?
Plus the lost LHM itself is always expensive to replace. :evil:
Depends I suppose in how much faith you have in the Doc's diagnosis. :?
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Post by mat_fenwick »

I won't be able to make Friday but am hopeful of going for Saturday afternoon/Sunday. Anyone know if camping needs to be pre-booked?

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Post by Ian_Fearn »

No pre-booking needed. Just turn up, put your beer in my fridge (if theres any space left!) and enjoy!
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Way2go wrote:
tim leech wrote:It will be ok, think positive!
Tim, I do hope for you that it will. :D
BUT I know from past aggravation with LHM that positive thinking rarely results in the situation when it arises from being straightforward. :?
Plus the lost LHM itself is always expensive to replace. :evil:
Depends I suppose in how much faith you have in the Doc's diagnosis. :?
Way2go do u ever think positively?

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tim leech wrote:
Way2go wrote:
tim leech wrote:It will be ok, think positive!
Tim, I do hope for you that it will. :D
BUT I know from past aggravation with LHM that positive thinking rarely results in the situation when it arises from being straightforward. :?
Plus the lost LHM itself is always expensive to replace. :evil:
Depends I suppose in how much faith you have in the Doc's diagnosis. :?
Way2go do u ever think positively?
Yes! However this or an ostrich policy will not prevent pipes already diagnosed as rotten from rupturing.
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Ian_Fearn wrote:put your beer in my fridge
What good is beer in a fridge, surely it should be inside you? Image
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Do you know whether they lock the gates at some point in the evening, if I am running late?

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Post by Vanny »

i turned up WAY after dark last year, pretty much everyone was asleep, didnt have much bother getting in. Drive upto the buildings then take a sharp right and accross the race track its self, when you cross the track head left into the field and pitch your tent!

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Way2go wrote:
tim leech wrote:
Way2go wrote:
Tim, I do hope for you that it will. :D
BUT I know from past aggravation with LHM that positive thinking rarely results in the situation when it arises from being straightforward. :?
Plus the lost LHM itself is always expensive to replace. :evil:
Depends I suppose in how much faith you have in the Doc's diagnosis. :?
Way2go do u ever think positively?
Yes! However this or an ostrich policy will not prevent pipes already diagnosed as rotten from rupturing.
:roll:

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tim leech wrote:
Way2go wrote:
tim leech wrote:It will be ok, think positive!
Tim, I do hope for you that it will. :D
BUT I know from past aggravation with LHM that positive thinking rarely results in the situation when it arises from being straightforward. :?
Plus the lost LHM itself is always expensive to replace. :evil:
Depends I suppose in how much faith you have in the Doc's diagnosis. :?
Way2go do u ever think positively?
With respect Tim I think there's a difference between positive and rational in this case.
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Does anyone know the prices?
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