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Old 14th June 2022, 12:28   #1
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Default And now, for somewhere completely different!

Just to let you all know I haven't fallen off the face of the earth, I have upped sticks (And Rover parts) And moved to Devon.

I have decided to move in with Claire, the lady that I went to the Ukraine with, as we all know, life is too short not to do the things you want.

My lack of posting on here was due to a 700 mile daily round trip whe I was moving stuff from Norfolk, thankfully its all in, albeit in a lot of boxes!

I will be up and running doing spares and servicing in a couple of months when i get some concrete put down in the barn I'll be working from, thank you for your patience, I'm back now to annoy you all again.

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Old 14th June 2022, 12:36   #2
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Wishing you all the best, for both your private and business future.

A barn suggests enough height for a car hoist. Will you put some securing bolts in before you pour the concrete?

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From memory Andy, the lady had a posh horse box. Does this mean you'll be changing your forum handle from trikey to horsey?

Good luck to you both, a person like you deserves hapiness.

Don't forget, I still have something of yours here!
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Where in Devon as I go there occaissionally as my mother who is 100 lives just outside Bideford?
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That is a frigin long way in a day, it must be love
Hope all goes well for you

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Life must go on, so do make the best of it. Andy, we are sincerely happy for you both. Keep us posted, positive thoughts.
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Firstly congratulations on your future happiness, i for one will miss your friendship and kind hospitality. Norfolk is a poorer place now you have left.
As already mentioned, get yourself a 2 post lift fitted into that barn mate!

Best wishes.

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Good on yer Andy, All the best to both of you. Moving lock stock & barrel across the country cant be an easy thing.
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