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  1. Beige Belgian

    Beige Belgian Enthusiast

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    Thought I would add a quiz! Took the R4 on a trip a couple of weekends ago, and thought this was a good photo opportunity.

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    Do I have to make a CD for the winner?!?
     
  2. Bluebell

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  3. Beige Belgian

    Beige Belgian Enthusiast

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    That's the one, Tintern Abbey, fantastic shell of a building. Its also on a great stretch of driving road with super views, where you'll use many gears, the throttle and brakes a lot on the R4 or any car for that matter. Good fun.
     
  4. Beige Belgian

    Beige Belgian Enthusiast

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    Well another weekend and another trip but much closer this weekend, I'm sure you know the location and my parking company.

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  5. Bluebell

    Bluebell Enthusiast

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    Yes, only 60 miles from home. Goodwood!!!! :smile:

    Too late again Pepper
     
  6. pepper

    pepper Pepper The One and Only!

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    Humph! I give in, Bluebells obviously got even more time to spare than me!
     
  7. Bluebell

    Bluebell Enthusiast

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    I'll tell you where you were Pepper. You were messing about with airhorns and had your back turned. You must pay more attention!!
     
  8. ian Stanbury Enthusiast

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    ..Ok bluebell..

    ..Pepper is right - You have far too much time on your hands and need to stop oyster tasting all day and every day and get down to some serious work like sticking waxoil in Captain Van Rouges big end .....and to help you on your way Clever Bluebell............

    Where have I parked my bike this time apart form on a beach but which country?

    Get this one right and you will win a pot of my home made home grown www.moulinBodin.net Blueberry and Rhubarb jam - Delicious!!
     
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  9. Bluebell

    Bluebell Enthusiast

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    Easy peasy Ian but I'm going to let Pepper give you the answer as I don't want him to fall out with me. The jam sounds very nice though.
     
  10. pepper

    pepper Pepper The One and Only!

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    No no Bluebell after you, I'm always a gentleman you see.
     
  11. Bluebell

    Bluebell Enthusiast

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    Oh no, Pepper. Please, I insist. And you've a growing family to feed so you'll need the jam. :hug:
     
  12. pepper

    pepper Pepper The One and Only!

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    Well thats true but most of my brood have grown up now, (only got one and bit left at home, one daughter stays here when the mood takes her). The other three daughters have all moved out and are earning plenty of their own crusts to put their own jam on.

    I only like rhubarb in a crumble, its the best place for it!
     
  13. Bluebell

    Bluebell Enthusiast

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    Mmmm! I'd kill for some rhubarb. And some Wensleydale cheese. And some Hovis. Can you send me a food parcel? Don't forget the Marmite and baked beans.

    Yorksha born a Yorksha bred
    Strong in't bak a week in't hed.
     
  14. pepper

    pepper Pepper The One and Only!

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    And perhaps some Walkers crisps too?

    Oh and the other thing we always get asked for is Angel Delight for some reason.
     
  15. Bluebell

    Bluebell Enthusiast

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    Butterscotch flavour. And don't forget the custard for the rhubarb. And in the gaps will you pack some M&S cotton knickers please.
     
  16. claude van rouge

    claude van rouge Enthusiast

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    Well that post will probably result in a few more hits for the forum :)



    ..... all those people with a butterscotch fetish :p
     
  17. ian Stanbury Enthusiast

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    ..Butterscotch Renault 4's ?

    ..Add a bit of colour to your lives.....and I would rather stick to Nuttals Mintoes personally......
     
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  18. claude van rouge

    claude van rouge Enthusiast

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  19. ian Stanbury Enthusiast

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    ..No, not at all..

    ..I refer you to my recent Wikipedia thread which I expect none of you have read in detail...
     
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  20. Bluebell

    Bluebell Enthusiast

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    Ian, I think Captain Van Rouge is being a little bit too subtle in suggesting that you use your own photos and not his :mad:
     
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