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8th May 2006


Blimey! Brenzett

Our Kent Correspondent goes camping with what seems to have been the entire RealClassic Message Board. Rain, wind and ChazzyB's legs were bound to follow...

BLIMEY! Got down to Lenham and not one person was where I said to wait, they had instead decided to park in the village square car park. Even though the Dog & Bear hotel has parking for motorcycles…

A quick blip of the throttle had the Chuffing Chariot over the road in a thrice. Only to be pounced upon by this lot...

Cheese.

LJ was worrying about a fly that had splattered on his wind shield, whilst PaulG80 was worrying about the rust falling off the Guzzi ;o) Then after the said 10 minute wait we were all off to Chart lay-by where we met up with some members of the BSAOC Kent branch. Here is where LJ's A10 just had to have a lie down! It being tired and worn out after all he's done lately, the two smallest of scratches can be only just be seen in this photo. M and G told the lad it's nowt but a story for the pub, but WOULD he listen? Listen he would not.

Welcome to our first Spot the Scratch competition.

If only he'd leave them there, I've had many a pint offered for the tale of the dents and scratches my very own A10 has, will this lad NEVER learn?

Anyway the ride to the camp went well with just a few drops of rain to let us know it's on the way. Then for some strange inexplicable reason Chazzyb got them out, here is the proof...

Aaaargh.

My word young Chazzyb lad, I hope you realised there were children there? Enough to make any man put a blue hanky in his back pocket!

After much merry making and tent erecting t'was time for the first of three visits to the Red Lion, young Chris doing the deed in the Ham Taxi. Then back for the first of two BBQ's, and quick as a flash we were all packed into the luxury trailer for our second Red Lion visit...

A trailer ride is a step up for most of this lot.

Don't spare the horses driver! My how they laughed!

The Red Lion came up in the blink of an eye, and soon had all types inside and outside...

Somebody call an ambulance...

The gasses that G produced had all our eyes watering...

Is that ivy, or tendrils of green smoke?

Then back to the bikes for a wet afternoon and the last BBQ.

Ah, the joys of camping in the English summer...

After the third and final Red Lion visit we didn't give a monkey's about the weather... Karlb's log burner was on full throttle, and the G smells couldn't be detected through the smell of the smoke. But then I spotted Chazzyb and them legs!

Notice how the glow from his legs is lighting up that number plate...

What a great weekend lads, and thanks for not moaning about my cooking OR the Primus stoves messing me about, t'was G's problem Wind! Me Primus don't like the wind, a tad like us in that small pub room, and no windows open PHEW!

LJ is off now to totally restore his A10, for not only has it at least two scratches, it now is full of RUST, YES I spotted it and he was so upset he's now doing a full rebuild.

Is it rust, or spilled gravy? We need to know.

He'll go far that lad but ONLY if he stops using the polish.

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