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Old 15 September 2009, 14:39   #1
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Old 15 September 2009, 17:09   #2
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Bruce absolutely brill!!! What a wonderful w/end for you both and the dog of course. Puta a bit of meaning to 'indian summer' when you can enjoy such places with the sun on your back.
I am heading up this w/end to bring mine up for the season hopefully if the weather holds I will get a run somewhere.
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Old 15 September 2009, 18:14   #3
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If the weather holds we may take a potter up the Sound of Mull if you are up this way?
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Tremendous video,'A picture paints a thousand words!!' will have to get up that way one day!Good to see someone else enjoying the Indian summer, we got out last weekend in Lyme bay and got sunburnt! A couple of Bass and a load of mackerel,showed us what could have been!!Keep the videos comeing,nice one!
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Old 20 September 2009, 09:49   #5
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Thank you for giving me the chance to see the places that I've always been dreaming about , the ones I hope to see one day for real
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Old 20 September 2009, 12:25   #6
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We are always interested in going out with others, its a bit isolated up here as far as Ribbing is concerned.
The only good thing is we probably have the best cruising grounds in the UK and all very quiet and peaceful but with places to go
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In my town I'm always among a lot of people and in the queue ; the same for the sea in summer , always crowded.
I've got fun sailing with my rib out of season expecially when there are no people .
Here, in Italy , they don't understand the meaning of "black rib" and this way of sailing , as they only love to get tanned on their "white inflateble floating living rooms "

That's the reason why I love this forum so much , cause I like the way you mean sailing with your ribs. All these reasons connected to the beautiful lands of your country.
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If the weather holds we may take a potter up the Sound of Mull if you are up this way?
Hi Bruce well the weather was not to kind apart from Friday!! I brought thr boat up on Sunday for the winter as i will not be up at the caravan much now and the season finishes at end Oct!!
I will keep in touch and we may meet up next year. How about holding a muster with all the other guys like Alystra, Eilean Mhor, Seaskills etc in the summer next year pick a nice place for lunch that is within everybodys range. Up for it, might even get Ibwet and the boys from Clyde to come too!
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We went out diving Sunday in Ardnamucknish bay as a weather front was due in later sunday evening and we didn't want to go too far. Its here with a vengeance now with fairly fast horizontal rain, or at least it must be rain as when you stand outside in the dark you get wet very quickly all down one side.......
We use our RIB all year round and in winter just take advantage of any nice calm days, in fact the winter is usually some of the best boating weather as it can be absolutely flat calm at times.
We are always about and may even be down at millport next week if the weather calms down enough, it will have to be reasonable decent as we would have a 20mile night passage home and while I don't mind the night passage back to Tarbert from Millport I wouldn't want to be doing it in rough weather
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