25th November 2018 - 3 choices of Events

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25th November 2018 - 3 choices of Events

Post by Cannon_Ball » Tue Nov 13, 2018 3:29 pm

Hi Guys

Looking on Facebook and places and there are a few events going on next weekend,

25th November 2018 currently has

Harbour Hill
Salisbury Plains
Muddy Bottom

all offering 4x4 open days

will anyone be attending as I will be there in my new 300tdi (new old but new to me haha)

Be nice to see you guys there, fire me a PM on here or maybe reply to this as I will try and check it, be good to see a few faces there from the club
pending which one people end up wanting to go to!

whats a nice girl like you doing in a Dirty mind like mine??

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Re: 25th November 2018 - 3 choices of Events

Post by LandyDude » Tue Nov 13, 2018 4:12 pm


Got some issues with my Defender I need to sort out this weekend, if I get it sorted then I'll be good-to-go.

Have not done Harbour Hill or Slindon and Salisbury Plains is always great fun.

Last time I did Muddy bottom it seemed too short a track for a day out - takes me longer to get there than to go round it twice. :)


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