Back End Buchhie (Moffat)

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Re: Back End Buchhie (Moffat)

Postby johnny 5 » Wed Oct 16, 2019 5:42 pm

big rob wrote:
Paul wrote:Not long now. Any more takers for this one?


Yup, booked into local caravan/campsite for this weekend, Gail & wir dog coming down in van, i'm heading down on me project 11S [smilie=biker.gif]
Haven't been to a Boxertrix meet for over a decade :shock: looking forward to catching-up & meeting some new faces.

Rob & Gail :)


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You are quite welcome to take our room for Friday and Saturday night at the hotel as we are not going to make it and we got the last room available deposit is paid it would be a shame to waste it ..
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Re: Back End Buchhie (Moffat)

Postby big rob » Fri Oct 18, 2019 6:14 pm

A tad soggy but have made it to Moffat, everyone else arrive okay?
Ride-out still on tomorrow?
Cheers Rob & Gail (and Ed our dog) :)

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Re: Back End Buchhie (Moffat)

Postby dave the german » Fri Oct 18, 2019 7:37 pm

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Re: Back End Buchhie (Moffat)

Postby big rob » Sun Oct 20, 2019 4:36 pm

Hi folks, Gail, Ed & I are back home safe'n'sound after a fantastic Boxertrix weekend.
We've had a blast :lol: great to catch-up with Paul, Archie and meet Chris & Amanda for the first time. Nice food, great company, rode motorcycles and talked plenty bollox, doesn't get much better.
Thanks to Chris for planning a great run culminating with the Dalveen Pass :D
Moffat Caravan & Camping site was a great find, we'll be back.
Stopped & took this piccie of me auld plug as I rode the A701 out of Moffat this morning.
Cheers, Rob & Gail :)
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Re: Back End Buchhie (Moffat)

Postby boxerscott » Sun Oct 20, 2019 6:27 pm

Aye ,t`was good Rob. I shot up to E`bro this morning also, Where was all the traffic this weekend? were there special alcohol offers on in Carlisle :wink: The Bucchie is just the ticket for a group weekend, attentive staff and friendly owners. I felt a bit inferior in my Wilko over pants next to our posh Rukka suited goodfellows.

Must try to do this again next year.

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Re: Back End Buchhie (Moffat)

Postby Al » Sun Oct 20, 2019 9:06 pm

Chris, If you do it again next year, could you possibly sort your holiday route as per this year and put my bike in the van with yours, I could then fly up and ride home. :lol:

Glad you all had a good w/end.


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Re: Back End Buchhie (Moffat)

Postby Paul » Sun Oct 20, 2019 9:47 pm

A top weekend indeed. Thanks to Chris for organising and to Archie, Rob, Gail, Chris and Amanda for being such good company. The autumn colours were a fantastic garnish to some great roads. If anyone finds the USB power pack I accidentally jettisoned from my bike on the Moffat to Selkirk road, drop me a PM :oops:

Cheers,

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Re: Back End Buchhie (Moffat)

Postby Archie » Mon Oct 21, 2019 7:20 pm

Many thanks to Chris for organising great weekend, it was great to see Chris, Amanda, Paul, Rob and Gail.

It was a good hotel and a nice route, I had a great time.

See you all next time.

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Re: Back End Buchhie (Moffat)

Postby boxerscott » Mon Oct 21, 2019 7:44 pm

Al wrote:Chris, If you do it again next year, could you possibly sort your holiday route as per this year and put my bike in the van with yours, I could then fly up and ride home. :lol:

Glad you all had a good w/end.


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Ha sounds like a plan Al, is it a GS? I`ll bring my Iveco!! :wink:
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Re: Back End Buchhie (Moffat)

Postby Paul » Thu Oct 24, 2019 4:40 pm

Hi Folks,

I put together a short video of footage from the weekend which you can see here on YouTube.

Cheers,

Paul
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