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The N Irish meet 4th-7th September 2008 incl.


Mavis 19 143 2 England
16 Sep 2008 10:21AM
Glad you are home at last Colin .The best meet ever and you landed up with pretty nurses looking after your every whim Smile Smile

Careful how you go out it hurts going over the bumps in the road . xx See you at Doolin xxx
16 Sep 2008 10:24AM
Betty I was so looking forward to meeting you all , so it was a bit ironic not being able to attend after organising the thing, still it looks like you all had a ball. Im looking forward to Doolin.......
16 Sep 2008 10:25AM
Thanks Mavis Im sure Ill see you before Doolin, I still have to bring you your favourite stick...
Goggz 14 2.3k 72 Wales
16 Sep 2008 6:41PM
Glad to see you are posting again Colin Smile

Try not to overdo it until Doolin Wink
Cheers, Goggz
robs 18 685 2 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2008 8:29PM
Was a top one Colin - glad to hear you are on the mend now though Wink

Doolin eh.... I could well be persuaded... just incase the Irish brewing industry is needing a little more support you understand. Would hate to see such a national treasure fold if I could have helped it out....

Keep me posted Stephen... and stick us down as a probable from the off eh Wink
Ganto 15 769 2 Ireland
16 Sep 2008 8:52PM

Quote:Would hate to see such a national treasure fold if I could have helped it out....


Don't worry Rob....I'm on the case!
Ganto 15 769 2 Ireland
16 Sep 2008 9:11PM
As it happens, the future of the famous Guinness brewery at St James' Gate was in doubt for a number of months when Diageo announced plans to build a new super brewery in Leixlip Co Kildare.
However, just last Friday they announced that it will indeed continue to produce the beautiful Black Stuff for the UK, Ireland, DUBLIN AND MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE..........
robs 18 685 2 United Kingdom
16 Sep 2008 9:25PM
Glad to hear it Ganto... I just feel that it is my calling in life to preserve the ancient brewing traditions of not only these islands but so far as possible the entire globe.

It is a hard job but... goddammit.... someone has got to do it!

I also feel the same protective instinct towards the closely related distilling traditions of the world... although mostly Scotland in this instance... mostly... not exclusivly Wink
Ganto 15 769 2 Ireland
16 Sep 2008 9:35PM
Well may God bless you Rob.
You're a true Martyr.




Oh! I could help out with Belgium though.....
Tooth 16 5.8k 227 Ireland
17 Sep 2008 12:54AM
Leffe that one to me Wink
Goggz 14 2.3k 72 Wales
1 Oct 2008 12:17AM
That's Abbot as bad as it gets Tooth Wink

BTW, I've finally uploaded some paps Smile
Apologies for the delay - it was an exam I had to swot for Sad Done now, so back to the real world again thank god...

[runs for the door}
Ganto 15 769 2 Ireland
1 Oct 2008 12:46AM
Abbot's quite nice actually. Hmmmm?.....
rowarrior 13 4.4k 9 Scotland
1 Oct 2008 1:07PM

Quote:[runs for the door}


How fast can you run Pete? Wink
irishman 17 1.1k 2 Ireland
1 Oct 2008 1:14PM

Quote:How fast can you run Pete?


Don't worry Katy, you will catch up with him ( and the rest of us ) in Rowardennan!!
fauxtography 16 6.6k 36
1 Oct 2008 1:43PM

Quote:Quote:How fast can you run Pete?Don't worry Katy, you will catch up with him ( and the rest of us ) in Rowardennan!!


Oh Pete has to survive this weekend yet... Wink

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