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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerB View Post
    I'm not gonne be the one pushing people in shopping trolleys.
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    A good way to advertise PuG, I'll get a banner to drape over the Lidl trolley. Do we have enough £1 coins?
    Hehehe!!! But would such a procession be sufficiently unusual to attract attention in Brum...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HTM69 View Post
    I’m actually contemplating this little trip, myself. However, I generally don’t fare particularly well on so-called pub crawls. I’m usually sloshed by the 7th pint and am nowhere near the seasoned drinker that many here are.
    I'm with you HTM. Thinking about it, but not got as far as investigating train times, booking time off work or showing any kind of actual commitment or anything like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HTM69 View Post
    I could drink halves throw the odd soft drink into the mix to stabilize things, but that’s been the plan before and it never bloody happens that way!
    I think you lose control over the pace if you get into rounds. I buy my mate two to keep him quiet while I drink mine in my own time ..... he still finishes before me.

    Halves are good if you want to try a wider variety
    Waes hael!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Ven View Post
    I think you lose control over the pace if you get into rounds.
    That's why me & Ralph will be keeping to our own (similar paced) suppings, & staying well away from RogerB, any associated whip, or 2 gallon missions...
    No offence, but I think 10 or 11pts will send me happily asleep back to laaaarndon.

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    Hmmm. Costs me £10 for an anytime return to Brum and I'm off that day...........

    Might see if the Gazebo is up for it too.

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    Hope I've done the right thing....

    I'm travelling up on Chiltern, as that's not a route I know (so I'll have something different to look at out of the window) and back on Virgin (cos it'll be dark and they'll get me to London quicker).

    Leave Marylebone at 10.20, arrive Moor St at 12.34.
    Departing New St 19.50.

    For those travelling from London and wondering about cost, I can tell you that I booked through Southern (since I already have an account and don't need any more), although the prices were the same as Chiltern & Virgin. It's costing all of £5 on the way out but, as the trains are faster, I have to pay £7 to come home.

    Probably need to book the day off work next, I suppose.

    I'll have to get full details of itinerary and probably a mobile number or two nearer the time.

    Looking forward to meeting the PG crowd and making an arse of myself after just a few pints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulOfHorsham View Post
    Hope I've done the right thing....
    I'm travelling up on Chiltern...
    Probably need to book the day off work next, I suppose...
    Good prioritisation!

    Conrad, is there a reason this link http://www.pubsgalore.co.uk/crawl/cr....php?pub=53682 no longer displays my nascent crawl?
    Thanks, tm

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    It is a corrupt link, and are you logged in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conrad View Post
    It is a corrupt link, and are you logged in?
    I am now. Does the creation of a crawl have a lifespan? I didn't close that one out, subject to change...

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    Nope, if you click on the right to get to your control panel, then click on the Create a Crawl link you should see the last Crawl you were working on, only 1 crawl can be worked on though, so if you delete all that info without committing it is gone.

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