Best Wishes and a Speedy Recovery JB

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Best Wishes and a Speedy Recovery JB

Post by Malc » Fri Jan 24, 2014 9:00 pm

Forum member and friend with the well used Classic is having a big operation next week so I hope other members may also like to take the opportunity to wish him well and make a speedy recovery in time for the better weather.Best Wishes John.Malc

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Post by Interpol2471 » Sat Jan 25, 2014 9:15 am

Yes hope all goes well John and see you in the year.Interplod. smiley
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Re: Best Wishes and a Speedy Recovery JB

Post by David Rodgers » Sat Jan 25, 2014 2:10 pm

Hi John. I hope your op is a success, rumour has it you are having the iron butt replaced smiley A speedy recovery and hope to meet up this year on our 'classics'.RegardsDave Rodgers

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Post by Dell Boy » Sat Jan 25, 2014 4:34 pm

I hope all goes well J.B.All the best,Derek.

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Re: Best Wishes and a Speedy Recovery JB

Post by johnbirchjar » Thu Feb 06, 2014 12:26 am

Hi Guys, Your best wishes must have worked 'cos I'm back Very Happy exclaim exclaim,not quite yet sound in wind and limb,'(cos a triple heart by-pass is raaarther mayor)and due to the memsahibs cosseting, am improving daily, and as a coincidence the Classic is also away having "major surgery" on engine and g/box,so all being well both bike and self will be raring to go come the nice weather,ride safe,J.B.

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Re: Best Wishes and a Speedy Recovery JB

Post by FloridaMike » Thu Feb 06, 2014 3:40 am

Congrats from the colonies on being done with this, and successfully. Take your time and enjoy being "cosseted", you'll know you are well when the missus hands you a "honey-do" list and a screwdriver and/or paintbrush. Good season to stay inside anyway, I'm told the weather sucks (technical term) this time of year in the UK.Best wishes for a speedy recovery!FloridaMike

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