The August Adventure

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Re: The August Adventure

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Likewise, thanks to Jim and especially Mick for organising this. It was a complete change of scenery, and very entertaining.
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xantia_v6 wrote: 18 Aug 2023, 14:06 Likewise, thanks to Jim and especially Mick for organising this. It was a complete change of scenery, and very entertaining.
Sorry to have missed you and made your acquaintance.
It all started to go horribly wrong as soon as I got to Beamish.
Had a Nikon camera on test with me that died after the second shot. It just got worse after that.
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Yes, it was horrendously busy at Beamish, I will try to catch up with you next time I am in the UK and venture north.
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Re: The August Adventure

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I posted this on the PE Video thread but for completeness I guess I should post it here too: :-D

I used to be indecisive, now I'm not so sure!
I used to ride on two wheels, but now I need all four!
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Re: The August Adventure

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An addendum that may be of interest.