The NUFBUS

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Re: The Nufbus RIP, p'raps.

Post by Pete & Sue » Sat Jun 03, 2017 8:18 am

Having some trouble with posting of New Bongo with Sue's stripes. Here it is.

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Re: The NUFBUS. Now 'Stanley'

Post by Pete & Sue » Sat Jul 20, 2019 1:01 am

Good time at the Bash this year. Caught up with Mikeon4b.
Reminiscing about a certain incident at Manchester Airport some time ago, involving very angry 'Men In Black'. More frightening than I realised at the time!!! Those were the days. [-o<
Stanley behaved well, took us into the hinterlands of Shropshire and beyond, into wilds of t'Wirral where we were entertained by numerous Ukulele performers at the 'Hoylake Summer Strum', a bit noisy but some great musicians and music.
As always it was a great few days Stourport, courtesy of the marvellous organisation of our Supreme Being and his lovely Marianne and the merry band of volunteers; thank you all. =D> =D>
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Re: The NUFBUS. Now 'Stanley'

Post by mikeonb4c » Sat Jul 20, 2019 10:50 am

Pete & Sue wrote: Sat Jul 20, 2019 1:01 am Good time at the Bash this year. Caught up with Mikeon4b.
Reminiscing about a certain incident at Manchester Airport some time ago, involving very angry 'Men In Black'. More frightening than I realised at the time!!! Those were the days. [-o<
Stanley behaved well, took us into the hinterlands of Shropshire and beyond, into wilds of t'Wirral where we were entertained by numerous Ukulele performers at the 'Hoylake Summer Strum', a bit noisy but some great musicians and music.
As always it was a great few days Stourport, courtesy of the marvellous organisation of our Supreme Being and his lovely Marianne and the merry band of volunteers; thank you all. =D> =D>
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It was really great to catch up with you guys - had been wondering how you were and if you were still Bongoing (of course you were - its me that is out of touch :lol: ). Loved and envied your super spacious New Dawn Conversions hitop v6 with reversing front seats, middle bench removed and rear kitchen. Hope to get down to the Bash for longer next year (with partner Trish hopefully) and hopefully see you there. Yes, huge thanks and unending gratitude must go to Baron Iain and Baroness Marianne de Bongomeister for creating the zany world of Bongolia that we get to graze in. Also to all the pressganged volunteers who try and get us to behave but.... =D>
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Post by Pete & Sue » Sun Apr 19, 2020 6:40 am

Hello everyone. We trust that you are all well and in splendid isolation. It's amazingly quiet here, in Ashford. Very little traffic and a massive drop in air polution but we do miss our Bongoliers. Keep well and see you soon!!
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Re: The NUFBUS

Post by Pete & Sue » Sun Apr 19, 2020 6:45 am

Just trying a keyboard on our Tele. Crap, aint it!!!!!!
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Re: The NUFBUS

Post by Bob » Sun Apr 19, 2020 9:31 am

Yep.

We were due to go away today, but on the plus side I've got a ton of diy up to date, and we're smiling. 8)
Let's be sensible, not scared. 8)

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hcF9JSxkUSE
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Re: The NUFBUS

Post by mikeonb4c » Sun Apr 19, 2020 11:54 am

Great to hear from you and that you're OK Pete and Sue. All good here in a Robinson Crusoe kind of way. Stuff DIY Ben, I'm too busy making music and uploading it at https://soundcloud.com/mobbing_it_up Now got over 1200 listeners, presumably because they're as bored and confined as I am :lol:
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Re: The NUFBUS

Post by Bob » Mon Apr 20, 2020 10:57 pm

You know my musical abilities, Bill.

The World's safer if I do DiY. :lol:

I do enjoy your work, though. =D>
Let's be sensible, not scared. 8)

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Re: The NUFBUS

Post by mikeonb4c » Thu Apr 23, 2020 9:18 am

Bob wrote: Mon Apr 20, 2020 10:57 pm You know my musical abilities, Bill.

The World's safer if I do DiY. :lol:

I do enjoy your work, though. =D>
Never say never Ben....is my motto :lol:
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Post by Bongolia » Mon Apr 27, 2020 1:36 pm

Whisky in the Jar. My favourite folky tune.
Nice mix of tunes too.
=D> =D>