Roofs off Time

Roofs off Time

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Colin L

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1,242 posts

236 months

Sunday 22nd February 2004
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Summer Time and the Roofs come off!!

So let the debate begin, were will the April meetings Run go to on the 4th April. Leaving from ?????? at 8:30 / 9:00 AM to go to ?????? for Lunch + MORE Super fill for the cars.

Returning to home for 16:00 ish!!

I fancy a run down to Armagh then on to Newry and round the coast up to Newcastle.

Jigs cooking ???

Have Lunch at 12:30 ish then on up the road to home.

Fast Eddies for lunch.

A good long drive.

Get your votes in now for Aprils run,

What do you fancy?????????????????

Colin L

jigs

1,840 posts

219 months

Sunday 22nd February 2004
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That sounds good ColinL - Has Eddie Irvine opened a restaurant or do you mean Daft Eddie's perhaps?

jigs

1,840 posts

219 months

Monday 23rd February 2004
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Just thinking about your proposed run in April ColinL.

Armagh is a good idea as the Apple Blossom should be out then.

Why not meet up at my house in Newcastle for bacon butties and tea/coffee first around 9.00am - then head round coast via Rostrevor/Warrenpoint/Newry and then on to Armagh.

Someone who knows that area could come up with some good roads.

Have lunch around 1.00pm somewhere near Ballygawley and head back via the M1. Home around 4.00pm.

cosmoschick

7,977 posts

218 months

Monday 23rd February 2004
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jigs said:
via Rostrevor...



Ahhhhhh RosTrev(or)... Perfect *sigh*

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jigs

1,840 posts

219 months

Monday 23rd February 2004
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Ros(z)Trevor - I get it - you'll definitely have to come over here with Paul and your Trev for a visit now Roz. Rostrevor is a beautiful place on the coast on the edge of the Kingdom of Mourne - there's a big Classic Car rally held every year in Kilbroney Park where you can walk down the Fairy Glen or climb up to the Cloughmore Stone and look out across Carlingford Lough to Southern Ireland on one side and Scotland on the other.

Cue Enya soundtrack.

Nah on second thoughts cue TVR V8 soundtrack.

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cosmoschick

7,977 posts

218 months

Monday 23rd February 2004
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jigs said:
...where you can walk down the Fairy Glen or climb up to the Cloughmore Stone and look out across Carlingford Lough to Southern Ireland on one side and Scotland on the other.


Jigs, that sounds just wonderful. I'm a born romantic I can just picture that scene with the sun slowly setting *sigh*

No no, the Enya soundtrack is very befitting..."A Day Without Rain" and the track "deora ar mo chroi" (and this is coming from someone who loves dance/trance anthems!!)

If you've read Shakespeare ("As You Like It") then you'll know that Ros (Roz) is a shortened version!

Ireland is definitely on the cards and we'll pop along to see you boyz too





big simp

114 posts

233 months

Tuesday 24th February 2004
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Jigs,

What about these SO3 is that still on the cards if so call me at home.

Stephen