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Uncle Pete

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I will be passing through England on my way back to Canada from India.

I plan to spend a time with relatives from April 17-to mid-afternoon on Holy Saturday. From mid-afternoon then until Monday night, I will be available in Surbiton for evening shipmeets only. Anyone who wishes may make a trek out to there, or to Chessington Tolworth, where I will be staying at the Travelodge on Ewell Road. Due to constraints of time, I have no plans to travel up to London this year.

Anyone who wishes chili powder can so indicate on this thread. If you cannot make it on one of those evenings, I will try to arrange for it to be posted to you or to a volunteer central distributor.

Over to you.

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Bumping before this slides to page two. Though I don't know yet if I'm around then to meet.

Does WW have excess of homegrown peppercorns? By any chance? Or just the chilli powder?

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I think I may be able to arrange something - we are just about to do the harvesting.

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Uncle Pete

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One lot of peppercorns should surely not diminish a harvest of an entire shipload. If you cannot be in Surbiton, kindly ensure that WW has your postal details before April 15 and I shall post them off from the depths of metropolitan outback.

Any other takers on a shipmeet? Or orders for chili powder?

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I'm still unsure, but I hope to be able to head towards Surbiton. Either way, I'm interested in chilli. Wodders has my address.

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I am certainly available to visit Surbiton on the Monday evening 21st.

If you want to start a separate topic where people who know they can't meet you can ask for chilli powder, I am happy to take and post out chilli powder to anyone who wants it.

If WW and family are feeling generous, I would love to receive some pepper corns, but don't worry if it's better to stick to the chilli powder.

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We'd love to have some chilli again this year. I'll pm our address to whoever is acting as distributor.

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I've just noticed that the dates are Manundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday so sadly I won't be able to attend. Sorry.

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Aren't the dates Holy Saturday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday?

I'd love to come over to meet Pete, but it's a long way over for an evening meet from where I am.

moonlitdoor, do you fancy a walk out that way on Easter Monday? That would be Monday 21st April and then go on to an evening meet?

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Yes you're right. Unfortunately, I still can't do it.

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I. Might be able to make it. If we're around a walk on the Bank Holiday sounds like a great idea. How about the Thames path to somewhere, followed by an evening meet?

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This time frame corresponds to when we arrive in London on 18 April per cross posted thread - didn't see this one. It's a 40 or 45 min trip from Waterloo to Alton I think, and then probably a bus or walk, depending on distance. Anyone who knows for sure could let me know. We're going to be in a family suite at King's, a perk for family of students. As it's the Easter weekend, not sure, and we just confirmed our dates and planes. But it's on the stove, as we cook up plans.

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Friday, Sunday, and Monday are public holidays, so there may well be limited train and bus services. Also the railways often use that weekend to do engineering works. So check and double check any plans to travel by train.

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Tube maintenance means part closure of the Jubilee, District, Piccadilly and Northern Lines.

Nothing on rail lines to Surbiton according to Network Rail information currently.

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Uncle Pete

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Easter Monday being a public holiday seems to be the best bet for a meet. The question then arises as to whether you want a lunch-time or supper meet.

The majority vote will rule and I will ask Smudgie to reserve her local accordingly.

Please, kind piglet, or other hostly types change the title to

Petemeet April 21: Surbiton - want chili?

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Uncle Pete

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Thank you for volunteering to do mail order distribution, moonlit door! I would hate to leave England bereft of chili powder!

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Welease Woderwick

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I've changed the thread title as per Pete's wishes and note that TWO packs of peppercorns are now requested. Please note that some of this pepper has been garbled by my own fair hands - I'm not sure if that makes it more valuable or just means you should wash your hands after using it.

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I also am unable to make it to a meet but would love some chilli powder, which was lovely last year [Smile]
Have a safe journey home Pete.

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quote:
Originally posted by Welease Woderwick:
... some of this pepper has been garbled by my own fair hands ...

You garble your own pepper? [Overused] [Confused]

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Uncle Pete

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Chilies to be purchased tomorrow. Milling will soon follow.

At this point, I have this list

Peppercorns
Yangztse
moonlit door
PeteC

Chili powder

PeteC
Spike
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St Gladwys
Gussie
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Don't suppose you could bring us a few of packs of bindis that WW kindly got for us once. Alien loves them!!

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Uncle Pete

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Must consult with the powers that be, Pants.

Petemeet (so far)

Pete
Smudgie
Gussie
moonlit door

Any other brave souls?

Must consider location.

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Welease Woderwick

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Pants - no problem except I didn't keep your address so if you can PM it to me I will send Alien a little packet from India.

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I was trying to save on postage WW! [Biased]

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Have possible commitment elsewhere on Easter Monday - still waiting for people to make up their minds (sigh), but if I'm free, will come to the Petemeet.

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quote:
Originally posted by PeteC:
Chilies to be purchased tomorrow. Milling will soon follow.

At this point, I have this list

Peppercorns
Yangztse
moonlit door
PeteC

Chili powder

PeteC
Spike
moonlit door
St Gladwys
Gussie
Heavenly Anarchist

I would love some peppercorns if I'm not too late, if so I shall bind my time...I will have to beg someone to post it though!
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As I said higher up, I am happy to post to all who want it, if they don't mind telling me where they live. I already have St Gwladys's address.

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Macarius and I would be up for an evening Petemeet in Surbiton - we'd probably come by train, so somewhere within walking distance of the station would be good.

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Uncle Pete

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As for closeness to the station, I fear that I am in the hand of The Hostess with the Mostest™ Her Beatitude Smudgie I.

Perhaps others who met me in Surbiton last year could fill in detail?

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As Her Beatitude seems to on her Lenten retreat, this may help.. If HB Smudgie has chosen The Berrylands pub (where we met last year), it is at the roundabout just a short walk uphill from Berrylands Station. Berrylands normally only has a half-hourly service from Waterloo. Trains to Surbiton are much more frequent (roughly every 10 minutes) and then the K2 bus from the stop in Claremont Road outside the Princess Alice Hospice shop runs every 10 minutes, and there is a stop called The Berrylands/Berrylands Station, just before the said roundabout. Walking from Surbiton to The Berrylands would take about 35 minutes, I think, but YMMV.

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Thanks, will have a think about how best to do this.

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me for Petemeet - still would be up for a walk beforehand

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Happy to meet anywhere in the Surbiton area, and quite fancy a walk before hand - any ideas as to where?

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Chili powder requests are now closed.

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Uncle Pete

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Petemeet attendees
  • Pete
  • Smudgie and the Boy
  • moonlit door
  • Melangell
  • M and Macarius
  • Gussie
  • Curiosity killed

Anyone else?

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Black pepper requests are now closed as well.

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Happy to pick up folks from Surbiton Station and transport to Berrylands... just PM me your mobile number if you'd rather do that than catch the Berrylands train.

Do we have a meet-up time for the pub?

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Open to suggestions, Your Beatitude.

Does 1830/1900 work for everyone?

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Mr. C and I might make it. We're off on Pilgrimage to the Holy Land on Monday for 10 days I will confirm when we get back.

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After some consultation with Gussie, we're wondering about a section of the London Loop from Ewell to Surbiton reckoning we won't be doing much of the tedious bit as we'll divert to the Berrylands pub. The full walk is 7.5 miles, but it looks as if we're not doing the last mile or so. That probably means 6 miles, which I'd say should take us around 3 hours to walk as a group.

This walk entertains me as it walks the Hogsmill.

The walk starts in Ewell, nearest station Ewell West - overground from Waterloo, I guess lunchtime / early afternoon if we're meeting at the pub at 6:30pm / 7:00pm. The section of the London Loop before this goes through the Nonsuch Park, site of the Nonsuch Palace

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I've just looked up getting there by pupblic transport. The nearest station is Ewell West (from Waterloo), though Ewell East (from Victoria via Clapham Junction) isn't too far away, and there appear to be plenty of buses too.

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I'll give the walk a miss as I am only free from mid afternoon and it's a lot more difficult for me to get to Ewell than it is to Surbiton.

I hope that pub has sorted out its food since last year. Everything I asked for was off. Maybe I'll eat before setting out.

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I remember I had the nachos and made the mistake of saying yes when asked if I wanted chili. I was thinking chili powder, the barman was thinking chili con carne.

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Looking forward to seeing everyone on the Monday. I begin my outward journey tomorrow evening.

Until then!

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Hello. I can't do Monday but could swing by for pepper collection, shipmate greeting, Smudglet hugging and generally embarrassing on Saturday afternoon. Any good?

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That sounds rather lovely! There is a Lantern Arts performance at our church from 2.45 - 4.00 which we're hoping to go to, but nothing planned beyond that for Saturday. It'd be great to see you.

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I may be bringing Curious kitten - we're not sure when she goes back.

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It would be good to see her CK, I'm hoping to presuade Gussie Jnr to mooch along.

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Hope y'all have a good time. [Smile]

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quote:
Originally posted by Yangtze:
Hello. I can't do Monday but could swing by for pepper collection, shipmate greeting, Smudglet hugging and generally embarrassing on Saturday afternoon. Any good?

Embarrass him for me, too, Yangtze - I doubt I'll be over to do it myself any time soon and we need to keep him edgy.

[...mind you having Pingu for a mum must be embarrassing enough! [Biased] ]

[ 17. April 2014, 13:25: Message edited by: Welease Woderwick ]

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