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marcec

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marcec says:

bucket list.

Hi All,

passing my bike test when i was seventeen didnt happen, 26 years later it did. i now want to attend the TT, its on the bucket list. so for 2014 is there a dedicated company i could use for booking? I'll be going on my me own not a problem as such but to be honest i dont know where to start any help much appreciated.

 

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Boult

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Boult says:

You could

start here and let it snowball.....


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tc330

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tc330 says:

Things to do before you die.....

What happens when you've done them all......? :blink:

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bobsnicholson

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not much chance

of me doing all on my list.

No 2. Bed and lay Suzanne Reid.:biggrin:

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ninjachica

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ninjachica says:

tc330

Trust me - it's a good feeling.

When I divorced at the age of 31, I constructed a bucket list.  Getting my bike licence was near the top of the list.  I had a ball for several years, as I did all sorts of mad, fun things.


What now?  Enjoy life.  No regrets. :wink:

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

My bucket list

not much on it but one thing I want to do is visit the places my dad went in WW2 on his ship HMS Cornwall before it was sunk on May 5th 1942.

Places to go are: Adu Atoll in the Maldives where the ship went for R&R.

Columbo where the ship sailed from before the sinking.

The Selborne dry dock in Simonstown South Africa where HMS Cornwall's badge is still displayed. 

http://home.swipnet.se/~w-11578/ship_photos/county_class/cornwall/cornwall.jpg

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ninjachica

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ninjachica says:

Vulc

Co-incidence!!  I've been there.  Did a stopover at Gan Airport in the early 70's.

I suspect it's changed a lot. :sunglasses:

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Coincdence Brigette

you may have walked in my dad's footsteps :smile

The 70's ? was the Royal air Force still there then ?

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bobsnicholson

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Vulc

You brought back memories there. Feb 1979 i was invited to tour one of only 2 nuclear submarines the SAN had. it was moored in Simonstown, "The Joanna 1". The chief engineer on the Joanna was one David Laker, my wife's cousin. We were in Cape Town visiting wife's family. He showed me how he had rigged up a shower to the cooling system of one of the engines and where they stored/hid smuggled food. We are due a visit back there.

PS i sent the wife back to UK after 1 month i stayed for 4 months as i got a job with SGB scaffolding on Pardon Island.:smile

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