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    The days when six or seven of us turned out on a wet and windy Cumbrian morning are gone methinks. When you get into double figures and beyond the logistics start to get tricky.

    Make mine a single please Leon...

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    I realise that I probably held you up Dave - whilst shooting on the last meet (so, sorry about that). Also thank you for doing the driving on the saturday etc. I have to say that I enjoyed the taking of photos as much as seeing them.

    Seeing everyone's images in the evening was great, so I'm quite happy about going with the flow...

    Mark

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    Canterbury. I used to be a student there at the University of Kent in the late 1970s. I read chemistry which might have something to do with my affinity for darkrooms and chemicals. The university does not teach the subject anymore.

    I do not drive and rarely have the time to head south of Durham these days, otherwise I would have liked to have seen how the place has changed (as well as meeting fellow APUGers of course).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Burley View Post
    I realise that I probably held you up Dave - whilst shooting on the last meet (so, sorry about that). Also thank you for doing the driving on the saturday etc. I have to say that I enjoyed the taking of photos as much as seeing them.

    Seeing everyone's images in the evening was great, so I'm quite happy about going with the flow...

    Mark
    No one held me up Mark, I enjoyed the weekend immensely, but we do need to keep a sense of proportion on the driving time / snapping time.
    Regards Dave.

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    Ahhh... The Return of The McWhinnie! Will there be a phantom presence in the Woolpack after all?!

    I'll believe it when I hear your dulcet tones at the bar, Ailsa! Mine's a pint!

    Stick me down for a single please Leon, and I'll probably be staying the Sunday night too. As for the photography / socialising debate I'm happy to go with whatever puts smiles on the faces of the majority (including cheesecake!). I would however like to drop a few shutters over the weekend in a part of the world which I haven't previously visited.

    I also like Brian's idea of showing prints during the day (Saturday would probably be best) as artificial light really doesn't do them justice. It worked well at Avebury...
    The destination is important, but so is the journey

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankB View Post
    Ahhh... The Return of The McWhinnie! Will there be a phantom presence in the Woolpack after all?!

    I'll believe it when I hear your dulcet tones at the bar, Ailsa!
    Less of your cheek, Beaney. Just for that, the first drink's on you.

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    If it'll get you there Ailsa I believe I can run to a small mineral water...!
    The destination is important, but so is the journey

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    Count me in - a family room if possible (or at least a double with space for a 3 year-old and a baby) as I shall be coming with the family. My wife's got friends in the Canterbury area so we can combine the weekend.

    As far as the Saturday goes, there is a an hourly train service from Chilham to Canterbury (10 minutes) and I can probably arrange a group fare if enough want to go on the train. It will be a lot chaeper than parking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankB View Post
    If it'll get you there Ailsa I believe I can run to a small mineral water...!
    That's our Frank, always goes over the top. I doubt the water will have much mineral though.:o
    Regards Dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Archer View Post
    Count me in - a family room if possible (or at least a double with space for a 3 year-old and a baby) as I shall be coming with the family. My wife's got friends in the Canterbury area so we can combine the weekend.

    As far as the Saturday goes, there is a an hourly train service from Chilham to Canterbury (10 minutes) and I can probably arrange a group fare if enough want to go on the train. It will be a lot chaeper than parking.
    There's an idea worth considering.
    Regards Dave.

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