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Old 23 April 2006, 12:08   #1
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Wakeboarding season has started

Finally got the courage to go back in the water again after the winter. It was 10 deg C in the water - 1 1/2 deg colder than November when I was in last.

To my surprise I found it a lot easier than last year.

Met up with Chris and Esther in the afternoon for a fantastic BBQ.

Thanks for organising such a fantastic spread - it really put my outdoor cooking skills to shame













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Old 23 April 2006, 12:15   #2
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Gd pics Roy,
Alice isn't much of a looker though eh
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Old 23 April 2006, 12:38   #3
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makes me shiver just looking at the pics, lol , i dont think il be wakeboarding until mid may mabe Nice pics and Well done
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Old 23 April 2006, 15:26   #4
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You're a brave guy Roy, it looks as if the weather was a little kinder in your part of the world yesterday.
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You're a brave guy Roy, it looks as if the weather was a little kinder in your part of the world yesterday.
Hey, Alice, maybe you and Roy's mate with the 150 Opti could swap notes? You never did answer my question as to what sort of boat your opti was on anyway...
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Old 23 April 2006, 15:35   #6
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Hey, Alice, maybe you and Roy's mate with the 150 Opti could swap notes? You never did answer my question as to what sort of boat your opti was on anyway...
Sorry Jimbo, I missed that one. It's on '74 Winner Wildcat.
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Sorry Jimbo, I missed that one. It's on '74 Winner Wildcat.
One of these? http://www.botentekoop.nl/webimages/3/3/1/389133.jpg

Looks quite nice - what sort of age are they/is yours?
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One of these? http://www.botentekoop.nl/webimages/3/3/1/389133.jpg

Looks quite nice - what sort of age are they/is yours?

See the Heath Robinson thread,the vipermax looks very similar IP trace anyone!
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See the Heath Robinson thread,the vipermax looks very similar IP trace anyone!
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Nono, you see I think this is a genuine mistake. Alice's Winner Wildcat (assuming it's the same one) had a 135 on the back. And I think he's sold it.

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I had a part share in a Winner Wildcat with a 135 Merc Power Tower on the back years ago. Had a lot of fun with it.
See here:http://www.rib.net/forum/showthread....921#post141921


Alice is probably just having a memory lapse over exactly which boats with which engines are current
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Nono, you see I think this is a genuine mistake. Alice's Winner Wildcat (assuming it's the same one) had a 135 on the back. And I think he's sold it.

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See here:http://www.rib.net/forum/showthread....921#post141921


Alice is probably just having a memory lapse over exactly which boats with which engines are current
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