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Blindingly good Scotland trip

Post  John Darwin on Mon Jan 26, 2009 5:11 pm

Now although I wasn't able to make Scotland this year as I had to attend a further court appearance, I have heard it was a brilliant weekend.

Not only was the water good but everyone paddled really well, especially some of the beginners who came on loads.

Hats off to Mark, Ailsa and Mike who did a fine job of organising a mammoth trip which ran smoothly with good food. (which is always a bonus)

Also Pete single handedly managed to make chili on Saturday night with very little help even though D. Dave had tried to kill him earlier in the day with a cross bow. (or so the story goes) Excellent

Can't wait for slalom

John
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Post  James P on Mon Jan 26, 2009 7:02 pm

Couldn't have put it better myself. It was great to see everyone in such high spirits eventhough it was petrifyingly cold at times. I'm gutted I missed the crossbowing incident - is there any chance it could be 'faithfully' recreated in hearts of gold fashion for the ball (or 'hearts of coal', given how it was blatantly an assasination attempt)?!?!

There are so many highlights from the weekend; my favourite amongst them has to be when the snowball trap was sprung on Charles at the end of the hill climb!!
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Post  Pete on Mon Jan 26, 2009 7:10 pm

Aye it was a really good trip with the best levels I have done it with!

Again congratulations to both the commitee for an amazing time and the less experienced for doing really well.

I hope the other injured parties heal quickly. I on the other hand did not make it to work today but not via my injuries sustained from Mr Burne. Anyone else been/feeling ill or do I put it down to snacking at home?

Cheers again and see you at the ball.
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Post  Tom on Mon Jan 26, 2009 11:24 pm

Great trip, just put a load of pics on facestalk but it was being shit and only saved about 10% of my immense tagging regime.....! Feel free to tag yourselves! Hip Hip hooray for the commitee and the chef!
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Post  Mike on Tue Jan 27, 2009 1:36 am

Amazing weekend, thanks everyone.
I had a great time. Highlights were my first grade 5 (Headbanger), and then my second grade 5 (Easan Dubha) on my head .
Good times!
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Post  Scary Tim on Tue Jan 27, 2009 8:21 pm

Fantastic weekend!
Thank to all who organised, cooked, drove (especially the van and mini bus) and the river leaders for keeping us all safe.
Well done everyone!

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Post  Joyous on Wed Jan 28, 2009 3:18 am

Yea it was Very Happy

Thanks committee Like a Star @ heaven
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Post  stickey on Wed Jan 28, 2009 8:52 pm

Aye was jolly good thanks all for oragnising and helping on the weekend! Especially Mark Ailsa and Pete's ace cooking!!
Now comes my part, MONEY PLEASE!!!!!!! I'll send an e-mail soon!
Cheers, steve
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