Thank You To Paul, Maria, Family & Friends

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Re: Thank You To Paul, Maria, Family & Friends

Post by MattW » Tue Apr 30, 2013 5:09 am

I'd just like to add my thanks to everyone involved from Takoda and the forum :) An especial highlight was Jessie's curry on Friday. It was absolutely superb - I love cooking curry myself and I can't believe the amount of work that must have gone into making that fantastic meal! It was my first visit to Takoda and I was really impressed with the setup - I've already made plans to come back with my better half.

Once again, thanks and well done to everyone!

Cheers
Matt

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Huge thanks..................

Post by CharandAndy » Thu May 02, 2013 10:57 pm

...................to everyone at the Boil Rally and Paul and Maria at the Takoda Campsite (by far one of the loveliest sites we've ever stayed on).

A chance meeting with Martin at Kirkby Lonsdale (great to meet you and Cherie!) led us up to Kirkby Stephen, and that's where we learnt all about ABR, and also, as I'd only been riding a month, where I learnt to ride!

Many thanks to Elaine (lovely to meet you too!) for your encouragement, to Hullybully for being fantastic and letting me follow your lines :), to George, to Steve, to both the chaps riding MT's (one at the meet, one in bits in the garage!), to Tommy for taking me shopping in the barn, to Paul for lending us sleeping bags when we were chilling out a bit too much in the tent brrrr, to Martin for introducing us to ABR and everyone we've missed or forgotten the names of!

We had one of the best weekends ever. Thanks to all at the Boil for being so welcoming.

Char and Andy

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Re: Huge thanks..................

Post by Bernard Smith » Thu May 02, 2013 11:36 pm

such a nice set of words. Nice one back to you and glad you both enjoyed the meeting and all.... safe roads to you.




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Re: Huge thanks..................

Post by Elle » Fri May 03, 2013 11:50 am

CharandAndy wrote:Many thanks to Elaine (lovely to meet you too!)
You're very welcome & I'm really pleased you've decided to join the clan!
Hope to meet up with you both again :)
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Re: Huge thanks..................

Post by Paul » Fri May 03, 2013 3:02 pm

CharandAndy wrote:...................to everyone at the Boil Rally and Paul and Maria at the Takoda Campsite (by far one of the loveliest sites we've ever stayed on).

A chance meeting with Martin at Kirkby Lonsdale (great to meet you and Cherie!) led us up to Kirkby Stephen, and that's where we learnt all about ABR, and also, as I'd only been riding a month, where I learnt to ride!

Many thanks to Elaine (lovely to meet you too!) for your encouragement, to Hullybully for being fantastic and letting me follow your lines :), to George, to Steve, to both the chaps riding MT's (one at the meet, one in bits in the garage!), to Tommy for taking me shopping in the barn, to Paul for lending us sleeping bags when we were chilling out a bit too much in the tent brrrr, to Martin for introducing us to ABR and everyone we've missed or forgotten the names of!

We had one of the best weekends ever. Thanks to all at the Boil for being so welcoming.

Char and Andy

x
It was lovely to meet you both and I personally am really pleased that you found ABR. Have a look at the other rallies and meets, they are all over the place and pretty much like the boil.
Look forward to seeing you again, we are open all year.
Oh,and don't forget the HUBB
http://www.horizonsunlimited.com/events/hubbuk/

all the best,
Paul & Maria x

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Re: Thank You To Paul, Maria, Family & Friends

Post by Road2Manchester » Tue May 21, 2013 12:49 pm

Takoda CLOSED this weekend !!!!!

WOT ! the only chance I get to go camping with Mrs J again, and your shut !!!!

Must be doing well ???


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Re: Thank You To Paul, Maria, Family & Friends

Post by 900Fantrider » Tue May 21, 2013 1:07 pm

Does`nt P&M shut in the run up to the Appleby horsefair? I think that is soon! :unsure: :unsure:
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Re: Thank You To Paul, Maria, Family & Friends

Post by Paul » Tue May 21, 2013 2:40 pm

Road2Manchester wrote:Takoda CLOSED this weekend !!!!!

WOT ! the only chance I get to go camping with Mrs J again, and your shut !!!!

Must be doing well ???


Pete
Hi Pete,
I don't know where you get your info Pete, we are open as usual this bank holiday weekend but closed the weekend after (30th May) for the Gypo's.
Cheers,
Paul

Edit,And it's the HUBB, thats where you will find us! B)

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Post by herman » Tue May 21, 2013 7:01 pm

900Fantrider wrote:Does`nt P&M shut in the run up to the Appleby horsefair? I think that is soon! :unsure: :unsure:
Wickham horsefair at the moment down by us so we have the 'pleasure' of having to barricade the fields, lock up the stock and pay for policing their family feuds. :angry:
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Re: Thank You To Paul, Maria, Family & Friends

Post by Paul » Tue May 21, 2013 7:19 pm

herman wrote:
900Fantrider wrote:Does`nt P&M shut in the run up to the Appleby horsefair? I think that is soon! :unsure: :unsure:
Wickham horsefair at the moment down by us so we have the 'pleasure' of having to barricade the fields, lock up the stock and pay for policing their family feuds. :angry:
Close to 50,000 decend on Appleby at the end of the month. :( but they all just misunderstood. :angry:

But once again WE ARE OPEN THIS WEEKEND...... B) B) B)

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