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Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby Sziren on Sun Jul 04, 2010 5:44 pm

Here's my contributions to the day....

To summarise the day - this video describes it best..... :lol:

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And here's some pic's taken in between all the rain...

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Pic's taken with my mobile, so not the best quality, but sure Keith or Jen will put up better ones.

All in all, an extremely wet day, but we all had a good laugh, and we sure bonded in them gazebo's!! :dance:
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby bigdazz on Sun Jul 04, 2010 6:20 pm

well nice to meet you all was a good day we made the best of it next one will be even better

sorry for the people that never turned up mist a cracking day well done to everyone for keeping gazebo grounded lol

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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby horses45 on Sun Jul 04, 2010 6:31 pm

Nice pics lads looks like you had a great day :D
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby domino on Sun Jul 04, 2010 6:41 pm

Photo's are looking good Daz :)

Not so sure on the Posing with Frontera pics though... some of you look WAY too comfortable doing that :lol: :lol:
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby bigdazz on Sun Jul 04, 2010 6:42 pm

domino wrote:Photo's are looking good Daz :)

Not so sure on the Posing with Frontera pics though... some of you look WAY too comfortable doing that :lol: :lol:


well your were mist the day son :D
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby ashbrear on Sun Jul 04, 2010 6:54 pm

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How many FOG members does it take to light a barbie??
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Yes it did rain inside the gazebo
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"Daz? did you eat all the sausages??"
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Laura all comfy and cosy

First of all Thanks to Keith for organising this brilliant day out. It was great to put faces to all the names.
Even although it rained it did not put a dampner on the day. The Fronty's were the last to leave.
Our gazebos held their own and are still standing to see another great day.

Sorry for those who were not able to make it, maybe next time.

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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby Sziren on Sun Jul 04, 2010 7:12 pm

oh brilliant pic's there Daz, Ash and Jen.... and yes, that is me with the brolly, as it actually did rain inside the gazebo! :lol: :lol:

It was so so windy, we thought we were gonna get blown off the road on the way there. She definately lifted at one point, and it was rather scary... but well worth it!

Absolutely fantastic day, we were laughing throughout the day, as we enjoyed the company. Never got around to much Fronty tech talk, as just to wet, but we'll do that the next time. Plus once home, Helga is not feeling to well, so will have a proper look tomorrow as just too tired the now. Will be asking for your advice on the new noise she is now making, as sure don't sound to healthy..... :?:
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby Drift on Sun Jul 04, 2010 7:39 pm

Brilliant pics guys, you did FOG proud 8)

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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby fishingmad on Sun Jul 04, 2010 8:02 pm

Cheers folks ,had a great day,good pics everyone......we might have better luck with the weather at the next meet..... :D off now for a few warmers.. :drink: :drink: :drink:
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby Rifleman on Sun Jul 04, 2010 9:09 pm

Heres my effort for the day.
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Ash....The toilets are over the other side mate.
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WOW!!! Thats clean eh!!!
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I really enjoyed today with such great company.
Thanks to you all for helping to make it a success. A huge thanks to Ash and Jen for doing a great job in organising the food.
This was such a good day that we have taken a joint decision to make this an annual Scottish meet. (Our Bala) :mrgreen:
Hope you all made it home safely, and enjoy the photos.
BTW, the smoke was the BBQ, not Dazz's car. :D
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby FronteraGirl on Sun Jul 04, 2010 10:00 pm

Some smart looking trucks there guys, good job we weren't able to go, you wouldn't have let us park next to you!

Maybe make it next time, well done Scottish FOGGERS!! :dance:
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby Rifleman on Sun Jul 04, 2010 10:07 pm

Of course you would :D Everyone is welcome.
Hopefully some of the guys south of the border will make it next time too. The invitation is officially open. :dance:
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby bobbinsjob on Sun Jul 04, 2010 10:09 pm

well done guys. Nice pics and looks like you had a great time. :dance: :dance: :dance: :dance:
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby jontera on Sun Jul 04, 2010 10:29 pm

As said well done guys, hopefully you got a few folk interested in the world of FOG.

hopefully sometime over the next 12months I'll be able to find the time/money/permission to travel north of the border to meet a few of you.
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby andysd1 on Sun Jul 04, 2010 10:31 pm

looking good guys and girls,


whens the next one, will try and make a runn up for the next one
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby Rifleman on Sun Jul 04, 2010 10:41 pm

Watch this space. :D
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby Frenchfarmer on Mon Jul 05, 2010 1:11 am

Absolutely brilliant. Well done all of you. AND NOW IT BEGINS.
It's that first step that gives reason to all those other ones; no matter where they lead.
If you want Jesse Rae to come along next time just let me know as he owes me and it niggles.
On the other hand maybe not.

For those south of the border, this is how mad we get but we still like you in a Frontera or not.
Me and the Shepherdess did the sound for him all over the place but he "wouldn't touch his feet on English soil or take off his mask in public, till Scotland was free." I suggested the upturned shield full of Scottish soil and the warriors carrying it but it was a bit tooo Asterix for him.
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby Sziren on Mon Jul 05, 2010 12:33 pm

Roll on July 2011 now!! Just hope the weather will be a little bitty better that day....lol
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby Rifleman on Mon Jul 05, 2010 12:55 pm

I would just like to thank everyone who turned up at this event.
I was impressed at the level of friendship from absolutely everyone, considering it was a first time introduction for most.
A huge huge thanks has to go to Ash and his lovely wife Jen for offering to help out by supplying the food.
It has occured to me that arrangements for financial help were overlooked before we departed. So we will have sort that out.
Sorry Ash.
The attitude and commeradory within the camp was brilliant and made up for the dreadful weather we had.
It was a good laugh, and for all the years I have attended this show, this was the first time I never actually saw it, spending all my time with you guys.
Looking at the resulting photos of our vehicles, I have to say that all that smoke was deffinately from the BBQ, and not from Dazz's car. :D :D :butt:
Lots of hilarity was involved in keeping hold of the 2 gazebos when the wind got up to its worst. We even had Ken (Fishingmad) move his car around to the side to try and block the wind a bit. (Didnt work though) :D
I got caught out when trying to make a cup of coffee under the area where the 2 gazebos met. Not a good idea, as I was hammered by a deluge of water that went straight down the back of my neck. Yuk, horrible.
Everyone else seemed to think it was funny though.
It was my job to supply the BBQ, and guess what? I forgot to bring the utensils. Doh
So a big thanks goes to Ken for arranging to get his daughter to nip to ASDA and buy some new ones. She and her partner and Scooby spent the rest of the day with us. Cracking dog BTW.
I'm glad that all the effort has paid off, and that we took a collective decision to make this our annual Scottish meet. It is very central and makes it reasonably easy for all to get to.
I hope next year we get a much bigger turn out, as when the weather cleared, we generated quite a bit of interest from the public.
It was also nice to see what everyone does to their cars, as we all have different ideas.
We didnt manage to get much done in the way of fixes and small jobs. But we did get Dazz's new rig tuned in for him.
I'm glad we all enjoyed ourselves and thanks to you all. I look forward to our next meet which is being planned for a month or two away.
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Re: Bridge of Allan 04.07.10 - Pic's and Vid's

Postby ashbrear on Mon Jul 05, 2010 2:26 pm

i second everything you have said there keith but it wasnt only
me and jen who supplied the food big dazz and his wife laura
also bought food and ken(fishingmad)also brought some venison
yum yum and sziren brought some swedish sausage. but i think
everyone had a cracking day out despite the weather and the
biggest thanks go to you keith for organising the whole thing
without your time and effort the whole day out may never have
happened and everyone will agree with me on that so well done
even though i peeded myself when that water went down your neck :lol: :lol: .
ash and jen.
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