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Weekend plans

Postby Kwacky » 21 Apr 2017, 08:25

Anyone up to anything?

Half day today as I'm taking my son down to Bristol this afternoon.
Out tonight for a meal and a walk to get him nice and relaxed for tomorrow.

Saturday bricking it while my son takes his black belt grading for Taekwondo.
Back home mid afternoon
Not sure Saturday night.

Sunday washing both the bikes and getting the triple ready for Monday

Monday track day at Donny.
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Re: Weekend plans

Postby kingfixer » 21 Apr 2017, 08:51

Tonight ...not a lot as im still a bit rough off last night watching the Led Zeppelin master tribute band.
Sat...hopefully down the BIAMF on the 999 in Bristol city centre.
Sun...Dunno yet
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Re: Weekend plans

Postby Deegee » 21 Apr 2017, 21:32

Emptying a load of furniture from my Mothers house tomorrow, turns out my Sis knows a lad that's been turned over by a girl and is trying desperately to furnish a house in order to retain custody of his lad, Mum would've loved helping someone in this situation- as both my Brother and myself have been there. Sometimes the stars align and good things happen, tomorrow is one of those days.
Sunday I'll be chilling and feeling chuffed about life in general.
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Re: Weekend plans

Postby D6Nutz » 21 Apr 2017, 22:19

Tonight has been mainly chilling, which is very much needed.

Tomorrow, cleaning guinea pig hutches and spending time with the kids.

Sunday, I'm out on the KTM. No idea where and no idea who with, but I'm going out for the day and that's that! (Open to suggestions of anyone else is heading out somewhere interesting)
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Re: Weekend plans

Postby Blade » 22 Apr 2017, 09:02

Continue to dismantle, pack boxes and drive to the tip and charity shops in a repeating loop (facepalm)
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