Events/Results, Summer Series

Tyrebagger 15/6/16 – Results

The overflow problem wasn’t car related, but of the watery kind. Some days it just rains and rains and rains, and this was one of them. A special thanks to Lynn and Jonathan for setting it all up and to everyone who ventured out. One to remember?!

Results
Splits
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2 thoughts on “Tyrebagger 15/6/16 – Results

  1. Thanks Jonathan for the Boost bars! You saved the day….or at least the growling of stomachs in the Lang car…..

    Posted by Marianne Lang | June 16, 2016, 10:05 pm
  2. One to remember? Would rather not! Toes have only just de-pruned. But what I want to know is how big a bribe Lynn got for wading through all that water? Just so as I know the going rate for next week.
    Speaking of Deeside, River Dee was very high when we went past at 9ish. Hope Ballater et al haven’t taken another pounding.

    Posted by oldglutton6 | June 15, 2016, 10:51 pm

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