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Old 16th November 2019, 18:44   #1
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Default The stand at the NEC

Just sharing the short video I took on my phone. Still on a high because of the fantastic time I had with the team and all the lovely people I met when they popped in for a visit to the stand

https://youtu.be/CWQu1J3nuXc
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I know that feeling Les - I still get goose bumps when I look back at the photos from 2 years ago!

A terrific experience and one not to be missed if the opportunity arises. So grateful to the club for making it happen .

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Nice video Les think you took that on the first morming if i remember rightly?
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Great video Les.

I remember well from my time with the team the pleasure in being able to record the stand before the hordes arrive......

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Great video Les.

I remember well from my time with the team the pleasure in being able to record the stand before the hordes arrive......

Jim
Thanks Jim, still disappointed I never got a chance to speak to you properly
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Nice video Les think you took that on the first morming if i remember rightly?
It was Rick, just before the hordes descended lol
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Old 16th November 2019, 23:15   #7
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I know that feeling Les - I still get goose bumps when I look back at the photos from 2 years ago!

A terrific experience and one not to be missed if the opportunity arises. So grateful to the club for making it happen .

Cliff
Very true Cliff and a huge thank you to Reebs for inviting me and Iíd say to anyone thatís invited make the effort to attend because you wonít be disappointed. The things that have transpired since my visit south is amazing. Iíve added new friends on Facebook, met people Iíve known on social media for years and never met. Had a fantastic time with Simon drinking a few wee drams and best of all my new adopted dad Max
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It's frightening how quickly time goes by - a week gone already.
Great video Les
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