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Old 11 June 2006, 17:18   #21
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Yeah a friend runs one about a mile away, it's a tiny, one field affair.
Maybe that one's worth looking into next time then? Will discuss nearer the date.
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Old 11 June 2006, 17:22   #22
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Maybe that one's worth looking into next time then? Will discuss nearer the date.
We'll be living at Cow's Arse Corner by then, there should be enough room for two Pikey vans,Bling Bling and The submersible.
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Old 11 June 2006, 17:40   #23
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We'll be living at Cow's Arse Corner by then, there should be enough room for two Pikey vans,Bling Bling and The submersible.
And hopefully a few dead fish.
Look forward to it.
Shall I bring my cement mixer and wheelbarrow???
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Old 11 June 2006, 17:44   #24
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I don't do kids free weekends - so I guess not. My kids happened to also be my best mates so wouldn't dream of going anywhere without them.

North wales is a bit far to tow the boat anyway especially seeing as ill be going 329 miles in the oposite direction of the best cruising ground in the UK
Roy,
If towing that distance is putting you off, you're welcome to shoot up by car with the kids for the weekend and come out on our RIB (Provided you don't mind getting wet, of course!)
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Shall I bring my cement mixer and wheelbarrow???
.....for added weight back aft?
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No - the mixer's to drown out Andrea's protestations and the barrow's for bailing out!
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Roy,
If towing that distance is putting you off, you're welcome to shoot up by car with the kids for the weekend and come out on our RIB (Provided you don't mind getting wet, of course!)
Blimey!! Don't stick Roy up for'ard! She'd take a dive, spit you and Andrea out over the fence (console), you'd land somewhere off the North Cornwall coast!!
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It's ok - I'm insured

And it's not a fence, it's a wall - all part of the sea defence plan.
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I don't do kids free weekends - so I guess not. My kids happened to also be my best mates so wouldn't dream of going anywhere without them.

North wales is a bit far to tow the boat anyway especially seeing as ill be going 329 miles in the oposite direction of the best cruising ground in the UK
no no no no , we are having the outlaws looking after our two so we are having a kids free weekend.....das ist what i ment
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We'll be living at Cow's Arse Corner by then, there should be enough room for two Pikey vans,Bling Bling and The submersible.
did i mention all our family have vans, loads of dogs and do a nice line in garden gates.
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