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Re: Camping at Malmesbury (Castle Combe weekend)

Postby maz_r » Sun 27.05.2018, 17:56

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Re: Camping at Malmesbury (Castle Combe weekend)

Postby Fredjohn » Sun 27.05.2018, 18:12

Well if you will get up so early!
Nice campsite though.
Thanks to all for good day and evening too. Here's to a few more m100 next year!
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Re: Camping at Malmesbury (Castle Combe weekend)

Postby Steve A » Mon 28.05.2018, 00:18

:D I had a very nice couple of days catching up with a hardy bunch of campers

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The rain on Saturday was light and was mostly in the early hours

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Phil kept us entertained with his pyrotechnic skills :lol:

You're only suppose to blow the bloody doors off !
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Re: Camping at Malmesbury (Castle Combe weekend)

Postby maz_r » Mon 28.05.2018, 00:25

Steve A wrote:Phil kept us entertained with his pyrotechnic skills :lol:

You're only suppose to blow the bloody doors off !
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Nice shoes, Phil :D

I too had a good time; you camping types were all thoroughly decent chaps and a pleasure to spend time with.

ps I still want to know how your car stayed so clean, Steve. Mine looked like it had been driven over a field backwards, which, funnily enough...
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Re: Camping at Malmesbury (Castle Combe weekend)

Postby Steve A » Mon 28.05.2018, 00:36

maz_r wrote:
ps I still want to know how your car stayed so clean, Steve. Mine looked like it had been driven over a field backwards, which, funnily enough...


Don't tell everyone ;-) but the secret is collinite 845 heavy duty wax
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Re: Camping at Malmesbury (Castle Combe weekend)

Postby Steve A » Mon 28.05.2018, 00:47

Incidentally I know I left with my roof up but it came down within a few miles and stayed down despite the rain on the M4 which didn't matter because I was moving quickly enough 8)
It's been blazing all day here so I made the most of it and dried my tent out only for it to get even wetter when a thunderstorm sneaked up from nowhere and drenched it :roll: :bonk: .
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Re: Camping at Malmesbury (Castle Combe weekend)

Postby Rambo » Mon 28.05.2018, 20:23

I'm still here (Billy no mates :( ) and very much enjoying a nice bottle of NZ merlot that Phil kindly left me. Ironically its the nicest evening too as I sit out watching the sun go down

Phil and I had a very entertaining May day's meet at Castle Combe today. 11 absolutely cracking races and all for £10 as seniors :( Can thoroughly recommend it to some of you lightweights next year :twisted:

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