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Discussion in 'G2G7 Yorkshire' started by jellycan, Feb 24, 2011.

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Which Activities would you like to do?

Poll closed Mar 10, 2011.
  1. Air Rifle Shooting

    43.3%
  2. Archery

    56.7%
  3. Climbing

    26.7%
  4. Crate Staking

    33.3%
  5. High Ropes

    23.3%
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  1. dollypip

    dollypip Rach or Dolly i'll answer to anything...

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    all i ask is people dont take pics of me
     
  2. Susiwaa

    Susiwaa Guide Guider

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    Payment sent! Thanks Jelly :)
     
  3. jim

    jim Moderator GuiderPlus

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    maths is a bit off 4.44 +3.33 cant be 7.78 can it lol
    paid by paypal
     
  4. Cazbly

    Cazbly Darth Vader (12,500+ posts)

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    Given our quandary over sheet sizes on the chat thread - starting to think there is a whole new activity opening up - 101 Things To Do With a Double Sheet.
     
  5. yorkie67

    yorkie67 Div CA, GIC G, GIC R GuiderPlus

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    Good idea caz!

    a very large hammock!
     
  6. ScareyClarey

    ScareyClarey Recently Qualified Brownie Leader GuiderPlus

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    Ghost fancy dress?
     
  7. jennthedeadfunkyranger

    jennthedeadfunkyranger Guide Guider GuiderPlus

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    To catch a goat thrown off a tower.

    This is a genuine celebration in Spain. The blanket ensures the goat is not harmed
     
  8. Cazbly

    Cazbly Darth Vader (12,500+ posts)

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    Small scale parachute game.
     
  9. zeberdee

    zeberdee zeberdee

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    aaaarrrrhhhh

    Not Happy.... as I Have just found out that i am adviced not to take part in the activities i'm put down for due to my medical condition.
    *** ........ thanks for letting me know 4 days before im due to take part...... i love you not MR Rhumatologist consultant !!!!!

    i'm sorry guys it looks like i will be sitting and sewing or doing the craft i prepared :eek:(
     
  10. ScareyClarey

    ScareyClarey Recently Qualified Brownie Leader GuiderPlus

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    Hugs Zeberdee, sounds like the sewing circle is a pretty exciting event anyhow!
     
  11. zeberdee

    zeberdee zeberdee

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    ok gonna be really checky here

    does anybody want to do High ropes and crate stacking, i am now not allowed to do them due to health reasons, if i do it could cause a safety issue to the others undertaking these activities

    i know that the dead line has pass, but i really need someone to take these off my hands as i cant justify £22 on activites i can no longer take part in due to medical reasons
     
  12. fuzz

    fuzz just fuzz =D

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    Will be paypalling shortly, but looking at the spreadsheet I am down for high ropes and crate stacking whereas (as discussed via pm and on here) it should only be high ropes. Thanks. =)
     
  13. sliceofrice

    sliceofrice Veteran (100+ posts)

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    Sorry, only just seen that you'd like payment to be sent prior to arrival. Sent it now. Sorry!
     
  14. yorkie67

    yorkie67 Div CA, GIC G, GIC R GuiderPlus

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    Do you want me to bring a parachute (I've two!!!) let me know!
     
  15. Figgy

    Figgy Veteran (100+ posts) GuiderPlus

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    Can I pay at the weekend? I Don't want to pay paypal fees.
     
  16. sliceofrice

    sliceofrice Veteran (100+ posts)

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    If you put is as personal payment owed then you don't pay fees. :)
     
  17. jellycan

    jellycan Rainbow Leader

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    I do apologise fuzz, payment recieved thank you.
    Slice payment also recieved than you.

    Paypal fees also apply if it's getting the money from a debit card rather than straight from a bank account.
    Figgy I have got a couple of others paying at the weekend as they don't have paypal.
     
  18. sliceofrice

    sliceofrice Veteran (100+ posts)

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    No it doesn't. :/ You might want to check you've got the full amounts from me both times then as I pay via debit and on my statment the £30 went straight to you.
     
  19. scotchmi5t

    scotchmi5t Veteran (100+ posts)

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    I send my payments as a gift and don't get charged fees, and I didn't get charged for using my debit card.
     
  20. PudseyBear

    PudseyBear Regular (50+ posts)

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    Could I pay at the weekend too please

    Thanks

    PudseyBear
     

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