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Old 21 July 2006, 09:51   #11
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ensure the little slits in the bottom foil are open enough to let air in properly
dibb dibb yew nobbur

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Old 21 July 2006, 10:04   #12
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dibb dibb yew nobbur

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haha

problem was we had varying degrees of success with our disposable bbqs from one roaring away (was the posh one with its own stand), another reasonalbe, another very slow burning (ours) and another almost dead (crackers)

if others have used those disposable bbqs the hint may help get the sausages burnt a bit quicker

hows the song go" when will we see you again"

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i wudunt bovver wiv orl dat crapp. jus porr sum petrul onn de neerist umber ribb, throe a flair inn itt an thenn chukk inn de chikkin leggs, sossijis, bacun, staykes , spair ribbs, meet ,mushrewms, peppirs (spair ribbs geddit fuk mee i crakk miself upp).

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i hear you might be getting an umber rib, will you do that wid yours?
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i wudunt bovver wiv orl dat crapp. jus porr sum petrul onn de neerist umber ribb, throe a flair inn itt an thenn chukk inn de chikkin leggs, sossijis, bacun, staykes , spair ribbs, meet ,mushrewms, peppirs (spair ribbs geddit fuk mee i crakk miself upp).

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tis not a bad idea, wonder which boat we should try it on, personally a hard boat might be a better option
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Where was everybody? I got to Calshot around 10:10, but could not see anyone. Still we had a great BBQ in the rain, then blasted over to the Needles (once it had cleared).
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its next weekend

That thunderstorm was wicked wasn't it? One of the folk boats off the yacht club in yarmouth got struck by lightning...snapped the back stay.
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were you just doing a "dry" run?
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Of course, what else would I have been doing? Surely, you don't thing that I got the date wrong?
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which beach did you stop at for bbq and was it easy access and mooring right near the beach?
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whats the weather looking like for this? Not fantastic is it?
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