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  Reply # 1878408 6-Oct-2017 11:57
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Now you can join IMOC :)

 

 

 

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"Day rides are approximately 250 - 350 km loops."

 

 

 

On a 50cc Vespa?!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



You can borrow 50cc from my 1200cc Ducati Monster

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Ha. I think I would need a tow, not another 50ccs!

 

 

 

Perhaps I will just follow in the Discovery and provide backup to all the broken down Italian masterpieces...! surprised






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  Reply # 1878711 6-Oct-2017 21:52
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I take it you might end up towing the Vespa behind the Land Rover everywhere just in case it rains and you can't use the Vespa, or just in case the traffic bottlenecks and you can jump on the Vespa?


 
 
 
 


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I take it this is the reason you are selling your Samsung mobile.


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  Reply # 1878724 6-Oct-2017 22:46
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no he bought a note 8 to take live focus shots of his Vespa




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  Reply # 1878941 7-Oct-2017 12:05
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no he bought a note 8 to take live focus shots of his Vespa

 

 

 

 

That'd be it!

 

Actually (as a complete OT aside) I would not much care if they took cameras out of phones altogether - they have to be the thing I use least.






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NO! Just NO!

The pretty decent Camera on my iphone 7+ has made a world of difference to the travelling we do and family holiday memories are much easier to capture when it’s always at hand 👍

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PhantomNVD: NO! Just NO!

The pretty decent Camera on my iphone 7+ has made a world of difference to the travelling we do and family holiday memories are much easier to capture when it’s always at hand 👍


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I had to google this to see what it was, thought it was some kind of small convertible sports car. :-)

 

I hear that hipster men love scooters.... especially when the wind blows up their dresses.

 

 

Is that why they wear their hair in a bun?





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PhantomNVD: NO! Just NO!

The pretty decent Camera on my iphone 7+ has made a world of difference to the travelling we do and family holiday memories are much easier to capture when it’s always at hand 👍

 

 

 

I rarely travel without a bag of professional camera gear and I do not go on family holidays, not having a family...! As far as I am concerned the cameras in my phones are a novelty I mainly use for photographing notes, posters etc that I do not want to forget. Certainly it wouldn't bother me if they disappeared but I appreciate my position is different from most.






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