It'll be a great day by George!

Discussion in 'Rally Planning Discussion and Chat' started by Jim, Apr 23, 2011.

  1. Jim

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    We are having a great time at the Rally in Chester,:thumb::BigGrin: a full rally report with pictures will follow soon, meanwhile, take a look at the van below, a motorhome festooned with English bunting, nothing wrong with that on St Georges day:Smile: Except the occupants of that van are very Welsh (Champers, John and Kath), they are also still asleep and have not yet seen the decoration:Rofl1: When they finally emerge for breakfast the air might be a bit blue. :shout::shout::BigGrin:


    Happy St George's day everyone:thumb:
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    George who?
     
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    Have a fab St Georges Day

    The weather here has changed dramatically with heavy rain and thunder.

    The lightning shows quite dramatic too.
     
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    So how did they react? :Rofl1:

    Rasmus
     
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    Well it was quite a shock to say the least....we opened the door to see all these weird flags surrounding us... (you should have seen Jims van lolol) but it has put us off balance all day, we have endured eating and drinking champagne and jugs of Pimms trying to get over the shock, also finishing up with a lovely meal cooked by Sian as I was still too shocked to cook :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1: and lovely dirnks which Phil Taran Las provided

    The celebrations have now ended... Wait Jim until St Davids day or the 4th July :RollEyes::RollEyes: revenge will e sweet :BigGrin::BigGrin::BigGrin::BigGrin:


    Kath x
     
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    Well done Jim, we were only saying last night how odd it is, that people celebrate St Patricks day in England, but never seem to celebrate St Georges!
     
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    Poor bugger !!!

    An habitue of my local pub (where I am wilding for Easter) is very , very Welsh !!! Any team but England merchant !!! His birthday is 23rd. April and we will not let him forget it :Rofl1: :Rofl1: :Rofl1:
     
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