The "JERNATTER" rally, Takoda Camping, Cumbria

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Re: The "JERNATTER" rally, Takoda Camping, Cumbria

Post by Bernard Smith » Sun Feb 15, 2015 2:30 pm

Ahhh well. Sometimes battery problems are the least if it.......
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And Vic bites the dust.......




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Re: The "JERNATTER" rally, Takoda Camping, Cumbria

Post by JimboF650 » Sun Feb 15, 2015 3:12 pm

What happened to Vic's bike?

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Re: The "JERNATTER" rally, Takoda Camping, Cumbria

Post by Bernard Smith » Sun Feb 15, 2015 3:19 pm

JimboF650 wrote:What happened to Vic's bike?
He thinks it has, or is about to, eat the gearbox bearing.




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Re: The "JERNATTER" rally, Takoda Camping, Cumbria

Post by bowber » Sun Feb 15, 2015 4:18 pm

That's a bugger, at least my battery was a 10 minute fix.
Just done a nice 100ish miles round the lakes today to make sure it's fixed.
Sorry I couldn't got down last night, had a dinner booked with my wife and she'd have been rather annoyed at me missing it!

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Re: The "JERNATTER" rally, Takoda Camping, Cumbria

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it was that hot this weekend, look at the local birds in the tree's at the campsite.
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Re: The "JERNATTER" rally, Takoda Camping, Cumbria

Post by Whippet » Sun Feb 15, 2015 6:03 pm

Thanks for a great weekend everyone, great pictures Steve. (thumbs)
As usual our hosts Were top notch , great food on Friday night and the facilities perfect
Looking forward to the Boil

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Post by Whippet » Sun Feb 15, 2015 6:08 pm

Thanks for a great weekend everyone, great pictures Steve. (thumbs)
As usual our hosts Were top notch , great food on Friday night and the facilities perfect
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Re: The "JERNATTER" rally, Takoda Camping, Cumbria

Post by gary b » Sun Feb 15, 2015 7:32 pm

Great pics Steve

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Re: The "JERNATTER" rally, Takoda Camping, Cumbria

Post by gary b » Sun Feb 15, 2015 7:40 pm

Bigdavesmate wrote:
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it was that hot this weekend, look at the local birds in the tree's at the campsite.
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Great pics steve

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Re: The "JERNATTER" rally, Takoda Camping, Cumbria

Post by Road2Manchester » Sun Feb 15, 2015 9:13 pm

I made it from Manchester to Takoda for a few hours and even had Mrs R2 on board.
Great to see you all, and though it was cool, the Aldi Merino wool undercrackers, 2nd set of traditional cotton long johns, and a few layers we were just about warm enough.

Great run over via Settle, Hawes etc in the foggy wind, and just got home as it went dark.
M61 was no fun as the Footy ended as we got to Horwich.

See y'all at the manchester bike show maybe.
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