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Old 05 January 2014, 06:53   #151
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I was just about to post the same: the wind is getting up too!
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Old 05 January 2014, 06:56   #152
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Just like Biffer stated the rain started at 11:35! How accurate is that! Good decision by the Poole contingent.
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Old 05 January 2014, 12:00   #153
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Mmmm - the nachos were as good as ever.

In the end the run from Southampton to Yarmouth and back was pretty flat and uneventful. It just started a light drizzle as we arrived in Yarmouth at 12.00 but didn't get any worse all day.
Maybe next week for 2nds?
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Old 05 January 2014, 12:10   #154
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Mmmm - the nachos were as good as ever.

In the end the run from Southampton to Yarmouth and back was pretty flat and uneventful. It just started a light drizzle as we arrived in Yarmouth at 12.00 but didn't get any worse all day.
Maybe next week for 2nds?
Trev
I am definitely in for seconds - and good to meet all you peeps. Very impressed with your niece (with all her qualifications in place) - good to see young people out on the water on a day like today and enjoying it!
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Old 05 January 2014, 12:14   #155
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Mmmm - the nachos were as good as ever.

In the end the run from Southampton to Yarmouth and back was pretty flat and uneventful. It just started a light drizzle as we arrived in Yarmouth at 12.00 but didn't get any worse all day.
Maybe next week for 2nds?
Trev
.....that's a serious basket of chips trying to escape from the top right-hand corner of the pic. Are you sure you went for the nachos?
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