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Belgium Mon G - July 2013

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First report of mine from the July 2013 Belgium tour with Scattergun, Stussy and Lost

Superb time had and i`m sure lots of funny stories to be shared, like my mighty french pug`s heating being stuck in full during a belting heatwave, with the record temp in the car hitting 41 !!!

This was the first destination after having been a little bit messy the night before on the Newcastle - Amsterdam ferry.............. what else is there to do !!!

In the blind panic of being late and needing to be at another site we only had 1hr to do this beast, so 1 day I really want to back and get some of my angles right :)

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Got a few of mine online, so just adding em onto here to try not spam the forum up with Belgium Derps!

Was our first explore arriving on foreign soil, I happier wandering the long corridors than in the chapel where everyone was trying to get shots. Great start to the trip, even though Scattergun and myself were lucky to be alive after fearing instant death on the Ferry having been sat in the back seat of the car whilst the car rolled forward into impending doom, some numpty forgot the apply the handbrake fully and engage a gear. Won't mention names for that, you know who you are!!!




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Thanks to Baron and Marjory aka (Malory) ~ [i prefer Marjory as shes a good dishwasher :o] for arranging this beautiful place.

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