A Conversation for Flat Cap and Muffler Club Spring Onion

Way off topic, but....

Post 301

shrinkwrapped

But it's in LEEDS! That's a long way and stuff.


Way off topic, but....

Post 302

Peregrin

Yeah! Why not have a meetup at or near Birmingham? That's a bit more central. (moreso to me anyway smiley - winkeye)

Not actually *in* Birmingham, though, I think it smells. smiley - tongueout


York Autumn Turnip

Post 303

Kipper The Anime Nut

Well, if anyone is really interested in a York Autumn Turnip, then October is out for me, cos my other half wants to go on holiday sometime in October. And The Leeds Radish is in September. so how about Saturday 3rd November? Any hands? smiley - cheers


York Autumn Turnip

Post 304

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

One question::
How far is Leeds from Manchester? and How far is York from Manchester? smiley - oksmiley - alienfrown thats two question, or should that be two questions, but who is counting, not me obviously smiley - biggrin
But, November for the York sounds feasanable? pheasable?


York Autumn Turnip

Post 305

Peregrin

York!!?! But that's even further north!!!! smiley - yikes


York Autumn Turnip

Post 306

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

But we are only moving furhter Noth as we know how much you love the trains smiley - alienfrown


York Autumn Turnip

Post 307

Cakewalker

There's already been an Edinburgh Haggis, hasn't there? I guess that was the furthest North one.

If I can get to the Leeds one, am I allowed to come in and say 'you all look radishing'? smiley - biggrin

*gets booed out of the forum*


York Autumn Turnip

Post 308

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

York's more south than Leeds isn't it? Both are only an hour away from Sheffield... I tell you what Peregrin, get the train to Sheffield and then hitch a lift in my car which will be back by then, ahem...on seconds thoughts you'd probably have more chance getting the train straight to Leeds at this rate smiley - erm


York Autumn Turnip

Post 309

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

Why certainly, you may say that if you wish::: But don't be supprised when I smoke the radish? smiley - yikes

*has sneaking supiscion of Blackadder jokes regarding vegetables may be iminant? smiley - yikes


York Autumn Turnip

Post 310

Peregrin

Oooh by then I might have a car of my own, donated by a good-natured and car-saturated relative... although from what I've heard of it I suspect it would take a matter of weeks to convince it to go at the minimum legal speed on the motorway, let alone all the way to York.

Oh and Tinkerbell, are you shunning ICQ tonight?


York Autumn Turnip

Post 311

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

Well there you go then, it won't get to York but it might get to Leeds smiley - winkeye

No not shunning it, I thought I explained this in my last sms? Aaah well... I can access the yahoo messengery thingy if you still have your yahoo name from the down time?


York Autumn Turnip

Post 312

Kipper The Anime Nut

Well, York is a tad to the north and a bit to the east of Leeds.... about 35 mins by train. But if more people want to go to Leeds, thats just fine and dandy by me! It's certainly nice and close for me compared to Manchester or Birmingham. Leeds Radish it is then smiley - smiley Certainly better for puns... Tinkerbell is radishing.... *ducks*


York Autumn Turnip

Post 313

Amy the Ant - High Manzanilla of the Church of the Stuffed Olive

Leeds is about an hour on the train from Manchester.


York Autumn Turnip

Post 314

Peregrin

Tinkerbell certainly is radishing smiley - biggrin

Hmm... that would be about six hours or so, minimum, from Southampton smiley - blue


York Autumn Turnip

Post 315

Amy the Ant - High Manzanilla of the Church of the Stuffed Olive

Well that's the thing about the North - it's a long way from the South.

It would take me about four and a half hours to drive to Southampton from Leeds.


York Autumn Turnip

Post 316

shrinkwrapped

*cries*

Do they have any places to stay in Leeds? Cheap, cheap places?


York Autumn Turnip

Post 317

Amy the Ant - High Manzanilla of the Church of the Stuffed Olive

Well I have one double room, one single room and a large acreage of floor on offer.


York Autumn Turnip

Post 318

Peregrin

Yeah, Amy the Ant's flat smiley - winkeye
Should be able to fit forty or so researchers in there smiley - biggrin


York Autumn Turnip

Post 319

Peregrin

Oops, symlpost!

Anyway, there you go smiley - biggrinsmiley - winkeye


York Autumn Turnip

Post 320

2legs - Hey, babe, take a walk on the wild side...

Yeah:: only one hour on the train from Manchester smiley - tongueout I think I can just about handle that.
I shall be there tomorrow smiley - yikessmiley - yikessmiley - laugh We could slways get some tents smiley - yikes


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