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Old 21 July 2006, 04:50   #1
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Somewhere tropical

Guess where I was - someone hot, clear blue sea, on a boat (clue not the solent ).....
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Old 21 July 2006, 06:11   #2
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Its a bit of a giveaway really isnt it. Yes - this was Blakeney three days ago. I couldn't believe how clear the water was - I dont think I've seen it that clear. It was beatiful; sun was out, water was warm and calm, there were seals swimming all over the place and coming up the boat. Great stuff.
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Guess where - about a week ago? No RIBs but a lot of fun anyway!
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Looks great hoping to get over to Wells/Morston on Saturday afternoon/evening for a play and some fishing if it doesn't rain
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Guess where - about a week ago? No RIBs but a lot of fun anyway!
I would like to think that is in the caves around the needles/freshwater bay but I bet its in greece

I'm going to go exploring the caves in scratchells tomorrow I think.
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Yes - caves just west of Freshwater - great exploring on a calm day!
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Yes - caves just west of Freshwater - great exploring on a calm day!
I've walked/paddled/swam round there at real low water a few times.
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Looks great hoping to get over to Wells/Morston on Saturday afternoon/evening for a play and some fishing if it doesn't rain
What sort of time are you launching? Im thinking about taking the rib up there on sunday afternoon.
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