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Old 14 September 2005, 09:06   #1
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Solent RibNet Meet 12.09.2005

Well, here be all the pics I took from the ribnet bbq gathering!


BBQ In the dark!


Kathleen, Nasher, and daveh cooking (sure there's a quote for Kathleen there somwhere!!!).


Watching the cooking, chilling with a beer!
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Chefs hard at work on the disposable BBQ's (check out the delux frame on the BBQ on the left, complete with "Superior" pork sausages!!).


Nasher looks on disapprovingly as daveh tries to ignore Rich(laser) and his new mobile phone...


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Finger lickin good!


The "small" glass of wine an unnamed person (*cough* kath.. *cough*) poured Dave.


The Group


Carly Baby wins another trophy!


The wreckage!
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That'll be me and Nemo.
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That'll be me and Nemo.
Yes, the question mark was because I couldn't think of anything else to say. Other than "Mark finds Nemo in a Portsmouth Car Park"
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Hehehe

Didn't realise you were so lethal with that camera Jimbo!

Nice work !

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Old 15 September 2005, 04:37   #7
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Yes, the question mark was because I couldn't think of anything else to say. Other than "Mark finds Nemo in a Portsmouth Car Park"
Yup, I agree, a "?" was a better caption.
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I try not to look disapprovingly at Students, particularly as I still have fond memories of my time as one.

However, my niece is starting at Portsmouth Uni next month following in the steps of her favourite (Only) uncle.
Being into watery type things, she is quite possibly going to come into contact with Jimbo and crowd. I’d felt it necessary earlier in the evening to remind those present who will be looking out for her whilst she is away from home!

Thank you for the pictures Jimbo, they will be most useful as mug shots for information purposes when she stays with us before moving into halls.

By the way, I’ll be holding interviews for ‘experienced crew’ early next year in preparation for the trips around the Solent I’ve promised to arrange for my niece and her new 'friends'.

Actually, Nasher was miles away, thinking why didn’t we do this earlier in the year when 8:30 still meant daylight.


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By the way, I’ll be holding interviews for ‘experienced crew’ early next year in preparation for the trips around the Solent I’ve promised to arrange for my niece and her new 'friends'.
Really.... Interesting...


Feel free to give the stunning sounding Nashette our contact details, the sailing club would make her and her friends most welcome!
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‘Niece of Nasher’ is a little too harsh, or ‘battle hardened’ sounding for a tall slim blonde.

Nashette would suit her better.

Seriously, she has mentioned the sailing club after reading some details somewhere.
I’ll mention your name in case she wants to get in touch.
I know you’ll look after her, won’t you?

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