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LZ 11 travel distance

Discussion in 'Landyzone 12 2016' started by THEengineer, Feb 15, 2015.

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  1. THEengineer

    THEengineer whatever

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    who,s travelling the furthest then?
    3 hours for me
     
  2. blackstrat

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    Finally.. something Thor can win..
     
  3. THEengineer

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  4. Rosie

    Rosie Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    Google days 3 hours 10mins for us or 2.20 if we stop at my dad's the night before :)
     
  5. THEengineer

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    3 days and 10 minutes are you walking:lol:
     
  6. Rosie

    Rosie Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    Hahah this fricking phone makes me want to smash it pieces sometimes...

    I don't understand how it has started changing works to something completely different. It has started changing the word house to the name Josie :confused:
     
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    Pikey Dummy Ejection Facilitator..

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  8. 110woman

    110woman Manky innards but smilin' still Events Planner

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    23 minutes away ... :eek:
     
  9. blue beasty

    blue beasty Leaks an prone to bits dropping off Global Moderator

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    1hr 57mins or 8hrs 3mins by bike
     
  10. Rosie

    Rosie Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    Going to come on my roller skates actually...
     
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    1hr 28mins
     
  12. THEengineer

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    AA Route planner recons its £39 quid fuel to get there at 30 mpg,budgeting around a 100 quid diesel
     
  13. Rosie

    Rosie Well-Known Member Events Planner

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    Bit off topic but does anyone know how insurance companies feel about adding them overseas people onto a policy? Are there standard rules etc or will just depend on individual companies?
     
  14. THEengineer

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    probably depends on your insurer ,they look for all sorts to cop out
     
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    robbh Crazier than a box of frogs on acid

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    3 hours for me. :)

    Should be fun with no sound deadening, no stereo, and terrible wheel wobble above 50. :rolleyes:
     
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    Google says 2 hours 10 for me but in reality it could take up to a day at the speed my big diesel goes :mil80:
     
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    3hrs for me
     
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    im already considering using some industrial ear defenders, and i dont think i can get above 50 so i dont have to worry about wheel wobble :eek:
     
  19. robbh

    robbh Crazier than a box of frogs on acid

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    Hmm... Ear defenders could work! :p Or possibly some headphones to sort the lack of music sitiation. :D

    Sometimes I wish mine wouldn't go above 50. Can get scary sometimes. :eek:
     
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    aa route planner 1hr 54min so I reckon another hour on that, we are going convoy, with the yorkshire massif! lol :D
     
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