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Post  Bosco15 on Thu 20 Oct 2016, 2:41 pm

Is there anyone else at Phillip Island?




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I ran into one cool dude, already. 8-)

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Re: Glorious Phillip Island

Post  madmax on Thu 20 Oct 2016, 2:56 pm

Some of us have to bloody work Sad

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Post  Chook on Thu 20 Oct 2016, 3:52 pm

madmax wrote:Some of us have to bloody work Sad
I know how you feel mm, I've spent what started off (6:45am) as a calm, mild windless morning in a truck pit at Ardrossan overlooking a mirror calmn sea, by 9:30 it started to blow up, by 10:00 I was eating dust and blinking it out of my eyes, it's 30 deg and I've just knocked off and about to wash the outside dust off and the inside dust down with a coldie, , tomorrow morning I'm back there, same wind but add rain and a max of 16 deg  Evil or Very Mad
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Post  madmax on Thu 20 Oct 2016, 6:23 pm

Chook wrote:
madmax wrote:Some of us have to bloody work Sad
I know how you feel mm, I've spent what started off (6:45am) as a calm, mild windless morning in a truck pit at Ardrossan overlooking a mirror calmn sea, by 9:30 it started to blow up, by 10:00 I was eating dust and blinking it out of my eyes, it's 30 deg and I've just knocked off and about to wash the outside dust off and the inside dust down with a coldie, , tomorrow morning I'm back there, same wind but add rain and a max of 16 deg  Evil or Very Mad

At least the rain will keep the dust down

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Re: Glorious Phillip Island

Post  Chook on Thu 20 Oct 2016, 6:54 pm

madmax wrote:
Chook wrote:
madmax wrote:Some of us have to bloody work Sad
I know how you feel mm, I've spent what started off (6:45am) as a calm, mild windless morning in a truck pit at Ardrossan overlooking a mirror calmn sea, by 9:30 it started to blow up, by 10:00 I was eating dust and blinking it out of my eyes, it's 30 deg and I've just knocked off and about to wash the outside dust off and the inside dust down with a coldie, , tomorrow morning I'm back there, same wind but add rain and a max of 16 deg  Evil or Very Mad

At least the rain will keep the dust down
Yeah, awesome, I'll get mud dripping on me instead  Crying or Very sad
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Post  Doc66 on Thu 20 Oct 2016, 10:17 pm

Was there last year with a group of fellow west Aussies.
Perfect weather including trip back home.
Was my first GP. Enjoy the accassion, especially the Moto3 class.

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Re: Glorious Phillip Island

Post  reddog on Thu 20 Oct 2016, 10:21 pm

@bosco15 did you tell Jack to speak like an aussie not some weird mix of spamerican
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Post  Chalkie on Fri 21 Oct 2016, 12:06 am

I will definitely be there Sunday, was intending to ride down with the 10,000 Saturday but being a weather whimp, will stick my nose out in the morning and decide whether or not I'll risk it. Doubt that I'll see Jack around but would like to catch up with you. Give me a call if like 0408 354 426.

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Post  truck on Fri 21 Oct 2016, 7:45 am

reddog wrote:@bosco15 did you tell Jack to speak like an aussie not some weird mix of spamerican

Yep, I was going to ask the question whether he was Australian or another nationality that we were claiming like we do for the Kiwi actors or racehorses etc.
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Post  Bosco15 on Sun 23 Oct 2016, 2:25 pm

Chalkie wrote:I will definitely be there Sunday, was intending to ride down with the 10,000 Saturday but being a weather whimp, will stick my nose out in the morning and decide whether or not I'll risk it. Doubt that I'll see Jack around but would like to catch up with you. Give me a call if like 0408 354 426.

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Pulled the pin Saturday afternoon. Cold, wet and muddy. Thought we would get the Hiace out whilst we could. Didn't fancy fighting the crowds through the mud on Sunday after the race.

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