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#26 06-Apr-2017 13:22:10

hammurabi70
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Re: location of folk

David Reasoner wrote:

Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA.  Which may as well be a galaxy far, far away to most of the membership here.

David

Perhaps; but thanks to SKYPE you could be involved in action on another continent.


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#27 07-Apr-2017 07:05:10

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Re: location of folk

Chester Andy - your are at least 8  miles from Chester, Ellesmere's Port maybe smile


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#28 07-Apr-2017 10:38:45

sediment
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Re: location of folk

CH2 postcode means Chester.  Just includes all the outlying villages and you don't get more outlying than Ince and Elton!

Cheers, Andy

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#29 07-Apr-2017 10:54:28

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Re: location of folk

Or capenhurst. Mold is CH5, and I'm CH43, so that falls at the first post smile


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#30 07-Apr-2017 14:15:34

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Re: location of folk

Originally from North Staffordshire now living near Lichfield in South Staffordshire.

Andrew


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#31 07-Apr-2017 18:21:39

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Re: location of folk

Rumblestrip wrote:

Originally from North Staffordshire now living near Lichfield in South Staffordshire.

Andrew


bit of a globe trotter then Andrew.  smile

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#32 07-Apr-2017 18:24:07

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Re: location of folk

Glasgow City Centre or Helensburgh ... with just a whiff of radioactivity.     John

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#33 07-Apr-2017 22:23:43

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Re: location of folk

bannockburn bhoy wrote:
Rumblestrip wrote:

Originally from North Staffordshire now living near Lichfield in South Staffordshire.

Andrew


bit of a globe trotter then Andrew.  smile

Once you've found the best county... smile

Mind you, I went via Berkshire, Iceland and France first.

Andrew


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#34 12-Apr-2017 12:20:21

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Re: location of folk

Brisbane (Australia)

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#35 12-Apr-2017 14:49:59

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Re: location of folk

Dieren (village near Arnhem), The Netherlands


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#36 12-Apr-2017 16:52:11

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Re: location of folk

Peter wrote:

Dieren (village near Arnhem), The Netherlands

I met some Dutch bikers camping in Bosnia a few years ago. Initially terrifying - given the huge bikes and abundance of leather - they became significantly less intimidating once they stripped down to their underpants and clogs (they really were wearing old style wooden clogs).

Anyway, upon chatting to a couple of them one said he came from Arnhem and started to explain where that was, before I interrupted to say that no description was necessary - every British male of my generation knew where Arnhem was.

Very nice chaps (as indeed have been all Dutch camping encounters - except the women and children. They were very nice women and children).

Cheers

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#37 12-Apr-2017 17:07:20

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Re: location of folk

Rumblestrip wrote:
Peter wrote:

Dieren (village near Arnhem), The Netherlands

I met some Dutch bikers camping in Bosnia a few years ago. Initially terrifying - given the huge bikes and abundance of leather - they became significantly less intimidating once they stripped down to their underpants and clogs (they really were wearing old style wooden clogs).

Cheers

Andrew

Good to know the Dutch finally got their bicycles back eventually...

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#38 13-Apr-2017 15:07:11

Phil_Gray_260
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Re: location of folk

Chesterfield

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#39 13-Apr-2017 20:46:26

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Re: location of folk

Well I am in Surrey; anybody else from Kent, Surrey or Sussex?


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#40 21-Jun-2017 04:24:18

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Re: location of folk

Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA.  Home of Big Tobacco and Krispy Kreme doughnuts.

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#41 21-Jun-2017 06:41:17

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Re: location of folk

Dice Rustler wrote:
Mainly28s wrote:

10 minutes South-West of Tunbridge Wells.

Not far from me then, in Kent!

Bernard

I guess not- I'm just inside the East Sussex Border. Whereabouts in Kent are you?

and,

hammurabi70 wrote:

Well I am in Surrey; anybody else from Kent, Surrey or Sussex?

Yes, Bernard, NTM

NTM wrote:

Kent

and I are Kent.

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#42 21-Jun-2017 12:22:21

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Re: location of folk

Mainly28s wrote:

Yes, Bernard, NTM

NTM wrote:

Kent

and I are Kent.

Me, too. Although I'm up in the shabby bit by the river.

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#43 21-Jun-2017 20:37:58

hammurabi70
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Re: location of folk

Seret wrote:
Mainly28s wrote:

Yes, Bernard, NTM

NTM wrote:

Kent

and I are Kent.

Me, too. Although I'm up in the shabby bit by the river.

Looking good for an event at a venue on the Surrey / Sussex border then!


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#44 21-Jun-2017 20:50:46

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Re: location of folk

Falkirk - but happy to play wherever I can within bounds of SWMBO tolerence


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#45 14-Sep-2017 11:25:09

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Re: location of folk

In my case, on the Warwickshire border, between Solihull and Coventry, so if anyone is over this way and fancies a game sometime, let me know

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