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    10! That's more than the cost of petrol to get over there Definitely a job for Johnny Deep Pockets plus PG seems so happy at Priory farm.

    If no one else can rescue him I will save up enough money to collect him, I don't like the thought of PG sitting there unloved
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    Quote Originally Posted by VinceG View Post
    Surely it should be free if collecting the cup
    Agreed, landing fees should be set at French levels when collecting the cup
    The three most useless things in aviation:
    • The air above you.
    • The runway behind you.
    • The fuel in the bowser.


    Rule #1: Always tie your aircraft to the largest heaviest object available. The planet Earth meets these requirements and is readily available in all locations.
    Rule #2: The great thing about twin engined aircraft is, if one engine fails, the other engine always has just enough power to get you to the scene of the crash.

    Semper specto in clara parte vitae.

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    i would come down and get him but dont like the thought of all that flatland flying once I am past the bumpy bits at the border LOL
    cheers
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    fly high fly safe and may you always have the wind at your back
    (except when taking off or landing according to Phil )


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    Quote Originally Posted by woodysr2 View Post
    i ...dont like the thought of all that flatland flying ...
    cheers
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    It's not the flat land you should be bothered about: it's the flatlanders: they all have webbed feet and their eyes are too far apart.

    Apparently, they're all related....


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    I had heard that but thought that was the good folks from Cornwall but Norfolk area the same then LOL.
    I must say though webbed feet would be a definate advantage up here north of the border as is has not stopped pi$$ing down for months my back garden is a bloody quagmire
    fly high fly safe and may you always have the wind at your back
    (except when taking off or landing according to Phil )


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    Quote Originally Posted by woodysr2 View Post
    I had heard that but thought that was the good folks from Cornwall but Norfolk area the same then LOL...
    I thought we were talking about the flat lands? That's neither of the above!

    Try Lincolnshire/Cambridgeshire...


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    We are all rambling way off topic here


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    Man's pained face shows up in ultrasound scan of testicle

    Read more: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/weird-w...#ixzz1cYl9v0cz

    How weird is that !


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    when we have members like this Peter Kelsey will never be forgot


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    Quote Originally Posted by Irishmicro View Post
    We are all rambling way off topic here
    Well, don't blame me: it's woodysr2's navigation that's clearly a bit 'iffy'.

    Me, I'm a walking Garmin....


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