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Thank you and au revoir, not goodbye

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JonnyG
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2019/01/29 10:25:08 (permalink)

Thank you and au revoir, not goodbye

 
As some of you will know Sarah and I are moving to pastures new (Suffolk) in a couple of days and we just wanted to say a big thank you for everyone’s friendship and for making us so welcome to the regional events we’ve been able to attend. We would of course liked to have attended more but, as for so many of us, busy lives has dictated that this has not always been possible. A special thank you to Alan and Fiona for all the hard work you put into the region (alongside the many and regular volunteers) and for welcoming us from day one almost 6 years ago. Good luck to all for 2019, especially with the Cotswold Rally, hopefully we’ll be able to catch up with you events in the future, may be on a road trip or two (cue Paul and Tash).  Best wishes to all and thanks again.
 
Best wishes 
John and Sarah 

John
1996 Speed Yellow 993 Targa
2011 987.2 Boxster 2.9 (sold)

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    gsimons_tel
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    Re: Thank you and au revoir, not goodbye 2019/01/29 10:31:07 (permalink)
    How those 6 years have flown!
    Hope your keeping the Targa
    Enjoy your new adventures and hopefully we will see you both at some point at an event in the future
     
    You can still keep in touch with the Facebook and maybe post some pics from Suffolk
     
    Graham

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    joneslight
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    Re: Thank you and au revoir, not goodbye 2019/01/29 11:18:39 (permalink)
    Good luck in Suffolk John and Sarah. We'll miss the speed yellow, still the best colour!

    Nick
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    BartyB
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    Re: Thank you and au revoir, not goodbye 2019/01/29 13:46:32 (permalink)
    We'll miss you guys hugely. You and your yellow Targa always brightened our meets. A very big thanks for all your support and friendship over the last few years. Please stay in touch and let us know where you settle (so we can arrange to route next year's Cotswold Rally to go past your front door ).
     
    Trust all goes well with the move and the weather plays ball. Take care and stay in touch.
     


    Alan (Joint RO / Oberhauptmann - R31)
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    JonnyG
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    Re: Thank you and au revoir, not goodbye 2019/01/29 22:01:37 (permalink)
    Thanks guys and yes Graham, we’ve still got the Targa although it’s currently in storage in Suffolk. We’ll be living near Needham Market/Stowmarket which may be a little too far from the Cotswolds to incorporate a drive by in next years rally but you’d be welcome to call in anytime. We’ll be in touch 

    John
    1996 Speed Yellow 993 Targa
    2011 987.2 Boxster 2.9 (sold)
    MikeChampion
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    Re: Thank you and au revoir, not goodbye 2019/01/30 07:52:25 (permalink)
    Good luck with your move John and Sarah. Fond memories of happy times and an air-cooled buddy on the Peak District tour last year. All the best, Mike and Caroline.

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