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Festival of the Unexceptional 2019 - free camping and free breakfast available!

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I am, the kids won't want to do the show and ive left it too late to do on my own.

A bigger plan is forming though in that eva really wants to go camping and this seems a very safe 'my first camping trip' location, if she wakes up screaming in the night I can leave the tent where it is and be home in 20 minutes... 

If enough people are coming just to camp I'll be there earlier! Chris has a big gazebo that I've assembled before, so if it rains we can have somewhere to sit. 

 

We could make our own festival of the unexceptional... 

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5 minutes ago, mitsisigma01 said:

"" if she wakes up screaming in the night I can leave the tent where it is and be home in 20 minutes... ""

No no no, you can't leave the kids there you take em with you!!! 😉

"your problem now vrooooooom" 

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Shitely probably required for Krujoe's frying pan:

1.  SF19 (or generally Exeter area) to FOU

2.  FOU to Chumley

and then possibly more onwards until delivered

I may get to FOD for FOU but my wife is having an operation the week before so I may be needed at home for delivery of tlc

 

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27 minutes ago, brownnova said:

It would be well travelled by then up to Scotchland and back.... maybe we should see how well travelled we could make it.... and how many hands it could pass through on the way... 

Whilst being used and not washed

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4 hours ago, trigger said:

I'll be there in the blue Marina as it's been picked as one of the main display cars!

Excellent! Likewise, '88 Sunny has been accepted for the concours. Now means I've got to make more of an effort to get it ready, which to be honest it does deserve.

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10 hours ago, Unexceptional said:

Everyone who applied for the Concours De l'Ordinaire will of had an email today to say if they were selected or not. 

Not selected. Was too much to hope for a repeat of last year....

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On 6/11/2019 at 11:05 PM, kirton said:

Shitely probably required for Krujoe's frying pan:

1.  SF19 (or generally Exeter area) to FOU

2.  FOU to Chumley

and then possibly more onwards until delivered

I may get to FOD for FOU but my wife is having an operation the week before so I may be needed at home for delivery of tlc

 

I'm expecting to be down at my place in Torquay late June, early July. If it made it to TQ1 I could drop it in a pub or curry house in Bradford of Joe's choosing.

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2 hours ago, JohnK said:

Yes I will be there, I'm still hopeful for getting the Solara there however the Stanza will be there if I haven't got the Solara sorted by then.

I think most would agree that a brown Stanza would be a very acceptable substitute.

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7 hours ago, Six-cylinder said:

A CX is never Unexceptional and yours!!!

IMG_20190607_160506 broad.jpg

God Almighty, this one's still on the road (MoT due next week), according to DVLA....

Excellent! Who owns it now?

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3 hours ago, quicksilver said:

Maxi didn't get into the concours but was selected for the Anniversary Class. Not sure what that entails as it's new this year.

Its a special class for models celebrating anniversary's this year, your car will still be judged   

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