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Old January 20th 04, 07:52 AM
Simon
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The coast-coast ride (http://www.coast-coast.info) this May is really
building momentum, and the number of people showing interest is really
building.

Thing is, I am still looking for ideas to make the day amazing, as opposed
to just brilliant- you know, those things that will really make a
difference- the small things!

As a group of cyclists, what are your thoughts?

Thanks folks.

Simon


http://www.coast-coast.info


'Some days your the pigeon, some days your the statue'


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Old January 20th 04, 09:52 AM
chris French
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Default Coast-coast ride building momentum

In message , Simon
writes
The coast-coast ride (http://www.coast-coast.info) this May is really
building momentum, and the number of people showing interest is really
building.

Thing is, I am still looking for ideas to make the day amazing, as opposed
to just brilliant- you know, those things that will really make a
difference- the small things!

As a group of cyclists, what are your thoughts?


Lots of cake :-)
--
Chris French, Leeds
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Old January 20th 04, 11:05 AM
Simon Brooke
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Default Coast-coast ride building momentum

"Simon" writes:

'Some days your the pigeon, some days your the statue'


Arrrrrgggghhhhh!

'you're'. Please.

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Old January 20th 04, 11:07 AM
Richard Bates
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Default Coast-coast ride building momentum

On Tue, 20 Jan 2004 10:05:13 GMT, in
, Simon Brooke
wrote:

"Simon" writes:

'Some days your the pigeon, some days your the statue'


Arrrrrgggghhhhh!

'you're'. Please.


Unless of course it was intended to read "some days your the 'pidgin'"
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It only had a few pages but at least they all worked.
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Old January 20th 04, 11:52 AM
Clive George
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Default Coast-coast ride building momentum

"Simon" wrote in message
...
The coast-coast ride (http://www.coast-coast.info) this May is really
building momentum, and the number of people showing interest is really
building.

Thing is, I am still looking for ideas to make the day amazing, as opposed
to just brilliant- you know, those things that will really make a
difference- the small things!

As a group of cyclists, what are your thoughts?


how far is it? (a piece of information distinctly lacking from your website.
Ok, I could work it out, but presumably you know.)

cheers,
clive


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Old January 20th 04, 12:31 PM
Dave Kahn
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Default Coast-coast ride building momentum

"Simon" wrote in message ...
The coast-coast ride (http://www.coast-coast.info) this May is really
building momentum, and the number of people showing interest is really
building.

Thing is, I am still looking for ideas to make the day amazing, as opposed
to just brilliant- you know, those things that will really make a
difference- the small things!

As a group of cyclists, what are your thoughts?


Have a word with Michael Fish. You want good weather with a following breeze.

--
Dave...
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Old January 20th 04, 07:43 PM
Simon
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Default Coast-coast ride building momentum- THANK YOU!

Firstly, thank you for the response to my posting- well chuffed!

To take all your comments-
- Cakes; I am writing to Mr Kipling's tonight to see what I can arrange!
- Weather; Sorry, lost God's email address- can you forward it to me?
- Mileage; fair cop; it is often the simplest things that get over looked.
Now corrected- thank you.
- Your/you're; unfortunately, it is me the simple thing in this case- being
corrected.

So big thank you for your feedback. I am changing the site as we go along,
so please keep checking in.

Hey! Love to see you on the day.....

Simon

"Dave Kahn" wrote in message
om...
"Simon" wrote in message

...
The coast-coast ride (http://www.coast-coast.info) this May is really
building momentum, and the number of people showing interest is really
building.

Thing is, I am still looking for ideas to make the day amazing, as

opposed
to just brilliant- you know, those things that will really make a
difference- the small things!

As a group of cyclists, what are your thoughts?


Have a word with Michael Fish. You want good weather with a following

breeze.

--
Dave...



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Old January 21st 04, 02:42 AM
chris French
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Default Coast-coast ride building momentum- THANK YOU!

In message , Simon
writes
Firstly, thank you for the response to my posting- well chuffed!

To take all your comments-
- Cakes; I am writing to Mr Kipling's tonight to see what I can arrange!


Ok, *nice* cakes...... :-)

contact a couple fo WI's?
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Chris French, Leeds
 




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