final preparations


We have just had our last jabs and booked the ferry for the morning of May 10th. We have had few people ask about riding down to the ferry port with us which is a nice thought but is probably best if we just slip away – less pressure that way. Catching an early morning ferry is always a mad scramble at the best of times. If we get on ok we will let everyone know when we are coming back and we can have a convoy then. If we get that far of course.
  1. #1 by The MaD's on May 9, 2010 - 7:49 pm

    Well you two, its finally happened! What can we say other than we’ll be thinking of you in your travels and wishing you well on your journey.
    Remember that you are much loved in the MaD household and you better come round for a beer once you are safely home seeing as you’ve managed to slip away without a fair-well pint! DOH!
    I guess we better open the Jack’s and drink to your health………XX

  2. #2 by Steveindenmark on May 7, 2010 - 7:51 pm

    Hi Kev and Karen. I am sorry I did not get those wires I made for you sent out to you. I lost your address. If you have an address on route e-mail it to me and I will send it there.

    I hope you have a great trip. Keep in touch with MGCUK and the Gambalunga we all want to know what you are up to including pics.

    Go and make a name for Moto Guzzi…Heaven knows we could do with it at the moment. :Ø)

    Steve

  3. #3 by mototguzzimomma on May 7, 2010 - 7:25 am

    Wishing you the very best and a following wind!

  4. #4 by Andy Hawkins on May 5, 2010 - 2:52 pm

    Hey Kev and Karen,
    It’s almost time. I wish you the very best of look on your journey and will be watching you very closely. Have a great adventure, I am sure you will.
    Andy H

  5. #5 by carlos on April 28, 2010 - 3:48 pm

    greetings from Spain,

    I am a guzzi owner too, and i amazed about the adventure that you are going to start. Enjoy this journey, you will not be the same at the end. My best wishes for you

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