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Old 07 November 2005, 11:47   #1
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Reasons to be Cheerful (part 1)

I had this beach to myself today......pics 1 and 2
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Old 07 November 2005, 11:52   #2
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Reasons to be Cheerful (part 2)

It wasn't that rough today......
Wind with tide over the Winner Bank, It gets worse when it's wind against of course.
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I had this beach to myself today......pics 1 and 2

Yeah beautiful shots. Is that East Head, the exotic weekend long distance destination of the CYC Cruising Section?
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Old 07 November 2005, 12:19   #4
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Very nice, I was wondering what it would be like today - you've now answered that for me...

jealous!
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Hey Robin, nice photos.

How far did you wade out to get pic 2?
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Yup it is the very luvverly East head (or the East Indies as I tell my kids!)

Always worth a trip there Olly. Even on poo weather days it can be a pleasant trip.

Phil....I was stood on the shoreline for that one...doh...you knew that already.
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That looks a nice wee rig, Robin.
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Cheers jw.

She's just right.
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It wasn't that rough today......
Wind with tide over the Winner Bank, It gets worse when it's wind against of course.

Hi Robin,

Which Winner Buoy is that.

West - North West or North.

Just trying to work out exactly where those waves are.

Cheers. Nick R.
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Yup it is the very luvverly East head (or the East Indies as I tell my kids!)

Always worth a trip there Olly. Even on poo weather days it can be a pleasant trip.

Phil....I was stood on the shoreline for that one...doh...you knew that already.

Quite agree on the location. It is a fine place to go summer or winter.

Big shame its on the wrong side of the rocks for us LA types or we'd probably get there more often!
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