Niall O Broin wrote:
> On 4 Jan 2010, at 13:10, Gareth 'bigbro' Eason wrote:
>>> Paul O'Malley - gnu's not unix - wrote:
>>> Destination Lord Lucan
>>> Time 8:30 (ish as only the Irish are known to do).
>>>>>> (mostly because we have them in his local and I know he is not around at
>>> least one weekend in the month)
>>>>>> Wanted a date in January.
>>>> Seconded. I have now driven past this mythical pub and can confirm that
>> it exists. Whether I'll be able to find it again is a different
>> question, of course ;-)
>>>> A date, if you will, Mr. O'Broin.
>> OK - carpe diem so.In the interests of preserving the quasi festive intentions, and because
> I'll be away for chunks of the next two weeks, let's go for the 6th of January. You'll need
> a pint after the effort of taking down the decorations anyway. By the sounds of it the roads
> will still be dodgy here and there, but barring fresh falls, the Newcastle Road up to the pub
> itself should be fine (though you might take it handy in the car park).
I shall consult with she who must be consulted and very much hope to join you
for a pint or two (of non-alcoholic beverage, for I shall be driving) tomorrow
evening then. Good stuff! :)
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