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07-18-2008, 09:52 AM
what time are we starting in the morning?

07-18-2008, 09:59 AM
We might have to see how the pints go first ;)

I suggested 8am in an earlier post but I don't mind earlier or later. It will be easy for Sile to find us if she arrives later.

07-18-2008, 12:34 PM
We might have to see how the pints go first ;)

I suggested 8am in an earlier post but I don't mind earlier or later. It will be easy for Sile to find us if she arrives later.

I'm hoping to head from Bray by 7am at the latest, which has me arriving in Trim for around 8.30? I'm going to head for the Castle (am I right?) and the nearest coffee shop... and I'll give you a buzz then Peter.

Enjoy tonight.. wish I was going :( Have one for me? (I'm driving early.. better not make it two).. Sláinte Fluffers..

07-20-2008, 02:26 AM
I hope everyone got home safely, I had a great time. Thanks to Peter and Esther for the 5 star accomodation and breakfast.

Sorry to see Fluffys last outing before going back to Canada but delighted to have newcomers Tex and Martin.

I hope you have enjoyed all your trips with us Fluffy and have good memories (and negs of course). I also hope you will join us again someday, either here or in Canada ;)


07-20-2008, 04:04 AM
It was a really great day, Peter thanks a million for being our extraordinary guide for the day and for such good weather! Fintan thank you for hauling us around Trim and for the strawberries!

Fluffy I'm glad we got such glorious weather for your last trip, (so good in fact that I had a bright red nose last night), We'll meet again either here or Penguin style in Canada.

Tex good to meet you finally, hope you enjoyed your first outing with us. And Martin good to see you again, hope you can join us again soon.. and tell us all about Alaska!

07-20-2008, 06:22 AM
Thanks for coming to Trim everyone, it surely was an eventful day and I have the scares to prove it :rolleyes:

Keep a firm hold of those keys Fino ;)

And thanks Andrew for driving down Friday evening.

07-20-2008, 08:11 AM
Sorry could only hang around for a few hours in the morning. Was nice to put a few names to faces. Thanks for organising the great weather:-) really was nice for taking shots.

Only took the one role of 120 on the day, a few scanned negatives from it if your interested, all the best



My 2008 Flicker Page -> http://www.flickr.com/photos/25660898@N02

Vincent Brady
07-20-2008, 10:02 AM
Martin They are some great shots that you took on the day. I really like your first one. Peter what a lovely part of the country you live in but watch out for open doors. Fintan watch out for closing doors and thanks for the lift back to Dublin. Catherine hope you got your bus back to Cork and I was only joking about Holgas ( some of my best friends own Holgas - I don't think). Sile you got the shot of the weekend even if it was with a D50. Andrew it must be funny to watch people open up as they consume more. Next time there is no going home your with us all the way.
Nice to have met everyone and put faces to names. Until our next gathering.

07-20-2008, 10:36 AM
hi everyone, what a fun day! penguins just love to travel. thank goodness for sunshine -- sile and i didn't have to bring out the bikinis! (look out toronto... penguin on her way)....


07-22-2008, 08:10 AM
Ha-ha, Vincent - not as funny as you might think...! I'm only teasing. It was great fun to meet up. I looked at my watch after about an hour and realised four hours had passed.