Clean Rapido

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  1. Reallyretired

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    Back from a pleasant couple of days at the Crown Inn. I couldn't get in the paddock as it was rather soggy so had to put up with the car park. @FJmike spent 9 hours cleaning my mh:notworthy2: which is now much nicer to look at. I would never have had the patience and energy to do anything like it.

    It even seemed to drive better on the way back, and perhaps it did, according to the vehicle display 12.8L/100km (22mpg) going and 11.1L/100Km (25mpg) coming back, all that wax must let it slip through the air ::bigsmile:

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    Be careful of that post when you move, don`t want any Dutch incidents here !

    Valet looks excellent (y)
     
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    I have to say Grenville it wasn't one of my easiest valets, but I'm glad your pleased with my efforts.:D
     
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    Don't do too much resting on your laurels, SWMBO has decreed that it must now be done twice a year.o_O
     
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    It's got nothing to do with the quality and price of the beer atThe Crown then :)
     
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    Wye Valley bitter at £3.10 a pint or Doombar at £3.50. Being tight I only had a few pints of the Wye Valley which was excellent. Also have no less than three draught ciders if you like that sort of thing.
     
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