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Old 5th April 2022, 19:52   #111
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Absolutely inspiring to read your account, Andy!
Keep warm and fed and watered and have a safe journey home to Old Blighty😊.

All the very best,

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Old 5th April 2022, 20:02   #112
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Lynda and I are pleased to see that you have arrived, safe and well, doing just what we would have done in our younger years. Thank you for being you. Safe return to all. Mike and Lynda.
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Old 5th April 2022, 21:13   #113
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Well done Andy (and all the crews on the other vans) you are a true inspiration to how we all should be. Congratulations on a mission complete and have a safe trip back. We're all still routing for you!
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Old 5th April 2022, 21:40   #114
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Andy, you and all the rest of the Van-aid crew , have done a fantastic job for humanity. We are blessed with so many things in this country of ours, I know we all have a moan about something or other, but when you see what other people have had to put up with because of inhumanity, we are well blessed. I like others on this forum of ours, truly think you are a beacon of hope to the rest of us and the world at large. Have a nice relaxing journey home now, but still let us know how you are progressing across Europe. Sorry I have run out of ‘thanks’.
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Old 5th April 2022, 22:35   #115
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After watching the latest on the news tonight, I come to read this and well done to you and the van crew for delivering the aid for those people who need it.

Proud of you and the van crew.
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Old 5th April 2022, 22:48   #116
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Good job well done
and well done to Claire and the others too.
Happy trails
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Old 6th April 2022, 08:30   #117
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Good morning everyone as most of you know Trikey and rest of the team completed there mission yesterday which is great news, They are now on there way back so let's hope they have a safe trip back to the UK

Well done again to all the team
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Old 6th April 2022, 09:04   #118
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don't forget to stock up with booze Andy
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Old 6th April 2022, 12:47   #119
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I can only say one thing: respect what you and the crew have been doing. Thank you for giving such example.
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Old 6th April 2022, 18:24   #120
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Glad your trip home is going well so far my friend let hope it continues to go as well for the rest of your journey home what you have done is amazing and what you have done will be remembered by this club for many years to come

Well done from Dave and Kate also I'm sure from everyone else who has the pleasure to know you great job done
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