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    (Original post by cobra)
    Indeed it is
    fab... u got me thinking bout the roadworks lol... i was concentratin so much on findin the house i dont think id have noticed them :p: lol... but i dont think there was any
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    excellent stuff - now muchos happy and can go to bed playing up-beat blues instead of groany stuff, a bit of rock and roll maybe... for good measure. :-)
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    (Original post by Eddie K)
    excellent stuff - now muchos happy and can go to bed playing up-beat blues instead of groany stuff, a bit of rock and roll maybe... for good measure. :-)
    good good... r u movin in on the sat or sun?
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    sunday - which is all well and good, it's a long old drive up from london and we're going to need the rest on saturday night
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    (Original post by lilsk8achic666)
    fab... u got me thinking bout the roadworks lol... i was concentratin so much on findin the house i dont think id have noticed them :p: lol... but i dont think there was any
    actually if you went down claypath you might not have come accross them
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    are u drivin it all in one go? it must be much harder movin that far away... i worked it out 2nite... from my house *here* to my house in durham its 16 miles mostly down motorway
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    (Original post by lilsk8achic666)
    are u drivin it all in one go? it must be much harder movin that far away... i worked it out 2nite... from my house *here* to my house in durham its 16 miles mostly down motorway
    i purposely wanted to be as far away from london as possible. i personally needed to get out of london. well, we're driving to my uncles house, who lives in penrith, cumbria - about an hour and a half away. then we're making our way to durham on sunday morning. it's about a 6 hour journey to penrith, plus the hour to durham.
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    aye at least u dont have to drive back tho!! do you hav a big car to put all ur stuff in? im thinkin im gona hav a lot of stuff to take... mayb take my car and get sum1 else to take theirs
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    (Original post by Eddie K)
    i purposely wanted to be as far away from london as possible. i personally needed to get out of london. well, we're driving to my uncles house, who lives in penrith, cumbria - about an hour and a half away. then we're making our way to durham on sunday morning. it's about a 6 hour journey to penrith, plus the hour to durham.
    wow, that's one heck of a route, the journey from the lakes to durham is possibly the slowest side to come from as there's no motorway direct, you obiously have reasons for doin wht you 're doin but it'd be much quicker straight up the A1
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    (Original post by lilsk8achic666)
    aye at least u dont have to drive back tho!! do you hav a big car to put all ur stuff in? im thinkin im gona hav a lot of stuff to take... mayb take my car and get sum1 else to take theirs
    :eek: , I though I had a lot off stuff! don't take too much you won't be able to fit it in your room
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    (Original post by cobra)
    wow, that's one heck of a route, the journey from the lakes to durham is possibly the slowest side to come from as there's no motorway direct, you obiously have reasons for doin wht you 're doin but it'd be much quicker straight up the A1
    one word... "scenic"
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    i got a titchy lil room at home and it all fits in there so itl fit in any other room!!! im only taking all my guitars, my comp, my clothes, my trumpet, and my quilt, and that b about it... but it feels like a lot n i bet theres at least 3 of the seats in the car occupied (lil bro = over excited)
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    (Original post by lilsk8achic666)
    i got a titchy lil room at home and it all fits in there so itl fit in any other room!!! im only taking all my guitars, my comp, my clothes, my trumpet, and my quilt, and that b about it... but it feels like a lot n i bet theres at least 3 of the seats in the car occupied (lil bro = over excited)
    ah if there's 3 of you that explains more, my stuff fits into our medium sized car but with 2 people, I sometimes go on the train and let my parents come!
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    i havnt really got an awful lot to take w me.... i dont hav a cd player coz all my musics on my comp, im not takin a tv video dvd player playstation or owt like that... no cds coz theyr all stored on my comp...
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    ah, i have a question - i'm taking my acoustic but i don't really want to take my strat as it's my pride and joy and extremely expensive. what can i do about insuring it?
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    (Original post by lilsk8achic666)
    i havnt really got an awful lot to take w me.... i dont hav a cd player coz all my musics on my comp, im not takin a tv video dvd player playstation or owt like that... no cds coz theyr all stored on my comp...
    hehe, in that line I take my hifi, tv, video, dvd player, freeview box, massive ariel thankfully they're all fairly small, though my room did look like some massive control centre - there were so many lights glowing and stuff
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    (Original post by cobra)
    hehe, in that line I take my hifi, tv, video, dvd player, freeview box, massive ariel thankfully they're all fairly small, though my room did look like some massive control centre - there were so many lights glowing and stuff
    hehe u techno geek :rolleyes: jus kiddin

    and bout the guitars... im taking all 3 of mine and my electric is like my baby... anyone touches it they die.... but im just gettin room insurance bout 40 quid to cover it
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    (Original post by Eddie K)
    ah, i have a question - i'm taking my acoustic but i don't really want to take my strat as it's my pride and joy and extremely expensive. what can i do about insuring it?
    you could get seperate musical instrument insurance which wont be too expensive (I insure my clarinet for £1000 for £30 a year) or add it as an extra item to your normal room insurance if you are havin it
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    (Original post by lilsk8achic666)
    hehe u techno geek :rolleyes: jus kiddin

    and bout the guitars... im taking all 3 of mine and my electric is like my baby... anyone touches it they die.... but im just gettin room insurance bout 40 quid to cover it
    :eek: my overall insurance cost £150 quite a bit of that covers my laptop and camera wherever I take them
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    okay - thanks; i really want to take it as i'm looking forward to jamming but if it ever get's knicked i'd be distraught.
 
 
 
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