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Old 19 July 2006, 17:53   #91
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Great video Richard,wife really enjoyed it as she could not make the trip.
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Old 20 July 2006, 05:09   #92
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Another great video Richard and a little bit of Rush thrown in as well

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Old 10 August 2006, 00:59   #93
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Very nice, video! I think I need a bigger RIB now!

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Old 11 August 2006, 05:49   #94
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The Video

Just seen Richard's video...wow

What a fantastic time you all had and what a great vid.

And to link Ribbing with the Canadian prog rock supergroup Rush ( the last track on the video for all you music phillistines!! ) again wow!!

I doff my saltwater stained baseball cap to you all.

I'll try and make it next year thats for sure.
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Old 11 August 2006, 21:42   #95
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also pic of broken steering counsul that stoped us playing on sunday [/QUOTE]

I"d be pissed at the manufacturer who felt three pop rivets was enough to hold it together, a little light on the sturdiness considering the abuse ribs can be subjected to...
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Old 11 August 2006, 21:52   #96
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Hey, how come Cods didn't make it to this, his neck of the woods isn't it?
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Old 11 August 2006, 22:18   #97
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Hey, how come Cods didn't make it to this, his neck of the woods isn't it?
Not really - not far as the crow flies but the roads between North and South Wales aren't the best - no Motorways.

Besides which I am STILL in the process of moving to my new batcave(codcave). I have been at it for over 2 weeks now and still only 3/4 of the way through. Will be awesome when it's all set up though. Will be moving the 4 ton milling machine and 2 ton lathe this week.
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Old 27 August 2006, 14:02   #98
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Red Neck Yachties

Can you belive this ! This is red neck yachty "Skipper Stu" in a rib, the guy who slagged us all of on YBW !
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Anyway, have a look at these... I've done a lo-res version in case anyone has a bandwith problem, but it's awful so go for the big one if you can...

http://www.richardbateson.com/videos...06-1-HiRes.wmv
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Wow. Took 3 1/2 hours to download that but well worth the wait

Looks like an awesome day - wish I could get on something like that but with the total number of ribs in this country being in single figures it could be kind of difficult

When is the next one? might have to organise my annual holiday around that sort of time, if somebody has a spare seat going?
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Great vid when can we look forward to the
next installment
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