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Old 21 December 2005, 19:45   #11
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Old 21 December 2005, 20:29   #12
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2005 for me was :-

1. My first boat.
2. Cooking a mackrel we caught on turnaware beach.
3. Collecting my new boat from Ribcraft.
4. Using my new boat.
5. Learning to wakeboard.
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Old 22 December 2005, 00:43   #13
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Memorable moments

1) My wife taking the helm for the first time at speed whilst tubing.
2) Trying out my new toy in the bay (rare as i'm in this photo for a change!!)
3) Spotting an Osprey eating his lunch
4) Parents waving goodbye to their son on deployment on the Nimitz
5) Star of India on its birthday celebration cruise

cheers Dal
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Old 22 December 2005, 04:10   #14
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Happy Days 2005

Stunning family photo Tony -great day out that was (nice B&Q souvenir too!)

It was a windless day Ian- imaginative saily boat shot!

Hi to Maria Erla :those conditions look very testing Bogib!

Harry & Dave what a tranquil day for a 'Blast to St. Vaast'!

gArf

Really like that one Birdman! Happy memories!

Nice work on Jon Baldúr's Trabant Bogib!

CJL - that's really peaceful- evenings like that are tops

Roy : what a great 'Year in Pictures'

Dal : Nice slice of California Dreamin'!

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Building up into a nice souvenir of 2005.

Any more out there?

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Old 22 December 2005, 05:42   #15
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For me this year, it was the fact that I decided to stop doing courses for a year and do as much boating as possible. 90% of the time the conditions were just great.


The funniest thing was trying to moor at spark marina one day, I was try to moor up and made a complete mess of it, even the missus was pissing herself – but you live and learn

Two pictures one setting off to the needles and one at the needles, what a great day

Also thanks for all the advice, a truly great group of people. Special thanks to codders for keeping me entertained

Next year back to some training - must find the books
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Old 22 December 2005, 09:06   #16
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Biboa Cruise out of Oban ( May)

Great Scenery & Hospitality , Even Great Weather.......at times....
Wales or Scotland....both great potential venues for RibNet Cruise 2006
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Old 22 December 2005, 13:09   #17
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this is mine......
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Old 22 December 2005, 13:34   #18
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Great story and photos Jimbob!

Nice one Bern! Both look enticing!

Cool action shot Chris!

Any others?

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Old 22 December 2005, 14:34   #19
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My best memory for the year has been the first cruise I went on a few weeks ago having brought my boat down to Portsmouth. We had such a great time. Looking forward to many more next year!
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Old 22 December 2005, 17:36   #20
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My memory...

Going for a sail (sorry no rib over here) on Conception Bay and coming across a familiar sight from home........
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