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    Quote Originally Posted by REV View Post
    Yep, some memories there that will last a lifetime for certain.

    Thanks to the Committee and all who attended, thanks for making these memories what they are. Good ones!!
    I'm with you Andrew, I could do this again tomorrow.

    Thanks Trish & Andrew.

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    Well maybe not tomorrow, it's 45 degrees here. Beachport would be ok though.

    Cheers Andrew
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snaga View Post
    Nicely done Trish and AJ

    Lots of fine memories in that 10 mins... what do you mean... 1000k?? try 4987k's...

    Hey REV, how many did you do?
    Actually, it'd be interesting to find out how far people clocked up getting to, during and getting home from the GTG

    Left home on the 21st Sep for the GTG and got back home on the 23rd Oct. Total of 32 days away. I did stop in Gympie for 13 days to attend a wedding.

    Total distance covered was 8,743km.


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    Ok then, we'll wait untill it cools off a bit. If I ever do it again It will be over a larger time than 8 days.

    Afterall, I couldn't be that close to MLC's house again with out rocking his roof.......... Could I now????????????

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    Great work AJ and Trish,brings back some good memories and Ros and I had a great laugh as we watched it.
    On another note I know you said you sent the disc but I haven't seen it in the mail yet
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    Quote Originally Posted by QUICKY View Post
    On another note I know you said you sent the disc but I haven't seen it in the mail yet
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    Ditto...
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    Quote Originally Posted by QUICKY View Post
    Great work AJ and Trish,brings back some good memories and Ros and I had a great laugh as we watched it.
    On another note I know you said you sent the disc but I haven't seen it in the mail yet
    Quicky
    Glad you enjoyed it.

    Your Discs were only sent mid last week I think, shouldnt be too far away.

    Snaga, I haven't sent one (two discs actually) to you yet, I will check with Trish and see where it is at.

    Cheers Andrew
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    AJ and Trish, awesome work on the compilation. It sure did bring back some memories..... I am still gonna get you back MLC..... Just when you least expect it
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    Quote Originally Posted by sapradogxl View Post
    AJ and Trish, awesome work on the compilation. It sure did bring back some memories..... I am still gonna get you back MLC..... Just when you least expect it
    Dodgy, good to hear that you are still alive, been very quiet lately.

    Cheers Andrew
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    Thanks Andrew
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    Quote Originally Posted by sapradogxl View Post
    AJ and Trish, awesome work on the compilation. It sure did bring back some memories..... I am still gonna get you back MLC..... Just when you least expect it
    Dodgey,

    Your partners in crime i.e. Matty&Loz and Weasel4x4 got me back on numerous occasions so don't make me hurt your back again

    Quote Originally Posted by REV View Post
    Ok then, we'll wait untill it cools off a bit. If I ever do it again It will be over a larger time than 8 days.

    After all, I couldn't be that close to MLC's house again with out rocking his roof.......... Could I now????????????
    Always welcome Rev, the new roof (not implying you rocked the last one off) will be completed march this year, complete with guest room. Don't forget you still owe me a beer too!

    Finally AJ, you will notice that while I coincidentally appear in a number of the offending photos, I was not actually handling or committing any improper act. The committee decided I should look after those irresponsible members in attendance and I did my best probably stopping 90% of possible offences. Don't lose sight of the fact that some of those photographed are actually fine upstanding citizens in the Australian community, including police!

    As for my rump appearing, well that was the fault of others happily snapping after I was adjusting my clothes or answering natures calls. After all AJ, it is you that says "the world is your toilet"

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    MLC, there is no way in this world that you could be classified as an "innocent victim of circumstance".

    See ya on the tracks, Richo.
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