The FCF International Couriers plc.

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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby citronut » 14 Nov 2013, 15:02

eventually to TN37 7EJ
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby CitroJim » 14 Nov 2013, 18:19

Excellent stuff gentlemen. Thank you :-D

Malcolm, look forward to a natter this evening...

cat has now made friends with the boxes. She was fast asleep on top of them this morning so will have the right 'ump when they go...
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby Northern_Mike » 14 Nov 2013, 18:35

citronut wrote:eventually to TN37 7EJ


All the way down sometime next week?

Jim... how awkward would it be for you to drop them off on your way to your dad's, or meet up near the M25 or M3 near Guilford?
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby CitroJim » 14 Nov 2013, 18:55

Northern_Mike wrote:
citronut wrote:eventually to TN37 7EJ


All the way down sometime next week?

Jim... how awkward would it be for you to drop them off on your way to your dad's, or meet up near the M25 or M3 near Guilford?


I'm sure we can Mike, on the way back would be better.. Late'ish afternoon say... Fleet Services? Your house? I'm flexible...
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby Northern_Mike » 14 Nov 2013, 19:02

CitroJim wrote:
Northern_Mike wrote:
citronut wrote:eventually to TN37 7EJ


All the way down sometime next week?

Jim... how awkward would it be for you to drop them off on your way to your dad's, or meet up near the M25 or M3 near Guilford?


I'm sure we can Mike, on the way back would be better.. Late'ish afternoon say... Fleet Services? Your house? I'm flexible...


Either or Jim.. tea is cheaper at my house, that's one thing I do know.

Been signed off sick for another week. A trundle down to the seaside will give me something to do one day.
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby citronut » 14 Nov 2013, 19:21

wow thats very kind of you Mike and my flexible friend Jim :-D :-D :wink:
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby Northern_Mike » 14 Nov 2013, 21:00

Is Wednesday ok Malcolm? I was perhaps going to pop up to Jim's, but I can leave him in peace and come and bother you instead.
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby citronut » 14 Nov 2013, 21:37

thats fine Mike
look forward to seeing you, i'll pm you my phone No.
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby CitroJim » 15 Nov 2013, 05:38

Perfect, your house it'll be then Mike. PM me your address again :roll: I'll be looking forward to a cuppa :-D

Good to have a quick chat with you last evening Malcolm. Sorry it was brief but we were stuck into a Honda S2000 with a seized caliper piston - more in my blog later...
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby CitroJim » 16 Nov 2013, 20:00

Malcolm, the manuals are now with Mike. I'll leave it between you two to work out onward travel...

Mike, Sorry I missed you this evening. I left the six boxes where you suggested...

Traffic between your gaff and the M40 and onward to the M25 was biblically bad :evil: Just what mentally challanged onanist designed the A404/M40 junction? He or she should be hung from any lamp-post around that hideous piece of highway engineering as punishment :evil: :evil:
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby Hell Razor5543 » 16 Nov 2013, 21:04

The traffic problems were due to the M25 being closed between J19 and J20. I had to travel in that area, and it was diabolical.
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby Northern_Mike » 16 Nov 2013, 21:28

CitroJim wrote:Malcolm, the manuals are now with Mike. I'll leave it between you two to work out onward travel...

Mike, Sorry I missed you this evening. I left the six boxes where you suggested...

Traffic between your gaff and the M40 and onward to the M25 was biblically bad :evil: Just what mentally challanged onanist designed the A404/M40 junction? He or she should be hung from any lamp-post around that hideous piece of highway engineering as punishment :evil: :evil:


Sorry about that Jim. I'd just nipped down to the village to get some teabags, or I'd have heard/seen you.

That junction is horrible. I find it easy to come off at the Marlow turn-off of the A404, head towards Bourne End, up the back road to Flackwell Heath, the drop down to Loudwater and join the M40 at J3.
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby citronut » 16 Nov 2013, 22:12

so Mike
its your turn to have so heavy bed time reading :yikes:

and you mean you knew Sir Jim was dropping by and you ran out of :teabag: :teabag: :teabag: :o :roll: #-o :wink:

see you Wet neddies day, i have got some :teabag: :teabag: :teabag: :-D :wink:
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby CitroJim » 17 Nov 2013, 05:48

citronut wrote:and you mean you knew Sir Jim was dropping by and you ran out of :teabag: :teabag: :teabag: :o :roll: #-o :wink:


Yes Mike! You were expecting a visit from a member of WFA, who are all championship tea drinkers, and you had no tea? I feel like banning you from the FCF for committing such a crime :rofl2:
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Re: The FCF International Couriers plc.

Postby Northern_Mike » 17 Nov 2013, 11:30

I had tea, but I'd ran out of decaf. I've not drank any tea for a while. Got a bit fed up with the constant flow of it in the few days after my op. I always drink decaf too. Forgot I'd ran out!

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