Write Up 150 Miles and 6 Hours Round, Through and Over the Lakes

Stevo7682

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Just your usual 1 or 2 pictures Andy :whistle::whistle:

Did you actually get any driving done =))=)).

Some really nice pictures there Andy :thumbsup::thumbsup:

Is there a P.O.T.M entry next month among that lot :):).

Stephen :reindeer:
 

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Just your usual 1 or 2 pictures Andy :whistle::whistle:

Did you actually get any driving done =))=)).

Some really nice pictures there Andy :thumbsup::thumbsup:

Is there a P.O.T.M entry next month among that lot :):).

Stephen :reindeer:
Only 4 short stops for pics mate, wanted a nice long drive at decent roads speeds to check all is well post surgery, as it happens, it is :D most of the drive was on main A roads with a short pootle over Honister Pass to make sure it was still there, surprisingly, it was =))
 

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You don't need much of an excuse for a drive out Andy. Great photos as usual but where was all the traffic, you looked like you had all the roads all to yourself;)
 

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You don't need much of an excuse for a drive out Andy. Great photos as usual but where was all the traffic, you looked like you had all the roads all to yourself;)
The main roads had a bit but once into the Lakes and Passes it was dead mate, which was nice
 

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The main roads had a bit but once into the Lakes and Passes it was dead mate, which was nice
Had a little drive out ourselves with Bozzy on Sunday in the Peaks. We found the same, bit on the main roads but ok on the rest;)
We did however manage to have the roof down:whistle:
 

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Great stuff pal but looks like you broke your roof, bet it felt great with all the new rubber, it makes a world of difference
 

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Great photos - I was in the lakes beginning of December minus my Z3 as it just lashed down constantly. But I am planning a few road trips there early next year. I love the place just need to make sure my Z is 100% ready. I have a split lower air intake hose (engine mgmt light on) and a heavy accelerator at present so they are next on my to do list.
 

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Lovely pictures, that's the next five years of calenders sorted =)) I drove to my parents and back yesterday with the hood down and sunglasses on. It had to be done
 

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Christmas day was lovely here with bright sunshine and no wind. Boxing Day was terrible wet most of the day. I whimped out of watching live football and spent most of the day in the pub watching football :):)
 
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