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Old 18 November 2006, 07:58   #51
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Sorry mate,

it was him that called you a noober ... incedently were you doin some noobin ? (imagine a smily here as I don't know how to put one in).

I thought it was like, sex is what posh people get the coal in.
Here you go.
http://www.rib.net/forum/misc.php?do=showsmilies
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Old 18 November 2006, 09:02   #52
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Old 18 November 2006, 09:06   #53
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Old 21 November 2006, 11:39   #54
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Thought I had seen most of the clyde but don't recognise the first two...where is it?

The third one might be kilchattan Bay...with the tide in.
Unless I'm very much mistaken (and the vikings have spread further afield) the first two are Corrie harbour on the east coast of Arran.

For the brave among you there's always the ferry...
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Best pictures of 2006

Ibnet, the Grocer was quite right. The first two are at Corrie on the east coast of Arran, and the third is on Little Cumbrae.Hopefully we can see some more of the beauty of the Clyde and adjacent Sea Lochs on this thread before too long.
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Here Are a few I took of the Clyde early on this year

Clyde West Coast trip
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Here Are a few I took of the Clyde early on this year

Clyde West Coast trip
Nice Pics What rib is the on in the pictures. If you don't mind me asking.

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Nice Pics What rib is the on in the pictures. If you don't mind me asking.

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Hi James the rib is a 7.3 mtr. Gemini Waverider
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You can't plan for the weather here. pick the middle of summer (spotting those two days can be a bugger!!) and take a chance.
IB, you must be in a different Scotland to me. This year's been superb. We've still got leaves on the trees and it's nearly December.

Codders, I was in the Outer Hebrides for 5 weeks through June. To early for midges but a cold air. Returned end of August and midges were wild when the air was still. I recon the very end of June into July is about the best bet. September is often good too but storms are a possibility.
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The Scottish september this year was the wettest sep for 30 years! if the photee's elsewhere in this thread are typical for your Slapland, yes it must be a different one than mine...although whenever I speak to anyone south of the border I always say it's sunny..
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