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Old 23 June 2009, 14:04   #81
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We may need to wear wet weather gear as look like light rain on Sunday .

I am leaving around 1300 on Sunday as got people who need to back on the Isle of Wight by 1630 others wishing to stay later and leave after lunch please arrange a buddy system for the return trip.

Our jetski friends are looking forward to the trip please make them feel welcome.

Can we have a rough idea of numbers please coming so far
6 JETSKIS
1 possibly 2 hardboats
Stingher Rib
Ocean Rib
Gemini Ribpossibly
Jabs
Andy Moore
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Mike Balch
Dizzy Lizzy
Apologies if I have left your name off the list.
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Old 23 June 2009, 14:20   #82
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I'm getting excited. I hope the weather plays ball.

I want: SUN + NO WIND.

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p.s. and a shoal of Bass somewhere along the line.
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Old 23 June 2009, 16:16   #83
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Which hotel?
The Harbour Lights.

Newly opened, just up the road and adjacent to one of the (now full) B&Bs.

They have proposed a menu as follows, but this relies on a minimum of 16 people committing. Please let me know ASAP as I personally quite fancy it...


STARTER
King prawns with ginger, lemon grass, sweet chilli.

MAIN COURSE

Chargrilled steak served plain or with a pepper, mushroom or stilton sauce and served with french Fries
or
Skate wing with a capers and pesto sauce served with French fries

DESSERT
Ice cream


Of the 16 required, we have Tim x2, Tony x2, Trevor x2 plus me x2 (my name does not start with a T though). So we are half way there!

The weather looks good
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STARTER
King prawns with ginger, lemon grass, sweet chilli.

MAIN COURSE

Chargrilled steak served plain or with a pepper, mushroom or stilton sauce and served with french Fries
or
Skate wing with a capers and pesto sauce served with French fries

DESSERT
Ice cream
Sounds fine. I am not sure of our plans on arrival, but as soon as I do i'll let you know.

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Old 23 June 2009, 16:32   #85
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The Harbour Lights.
Please let me know ASAP as I personally quite fancy it...

Of the 16 required, we have Tim x2, Tony x2, Trevor x2 plus me x2 (my name does not start with a T though). So we are half way there!

The weather looks good
We'll join you at the Harbour Lights if we come up. That'll be another 2 for the list.
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I am leaving around 1300 on Sunday as got people who need to back on the Isle of Wight by 1630 others wishing to stay later and leave after lunch please arrange a buddy system for the return trip.
We won't be leaving any later, so will either be ahead of you or with you, Tim.
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Not so sure that the forecast is as good now as it was but count us in at the Harbour Lights as TDavid and TGinny!
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Based on:

http://www.windfinder.com/forecast/alderney

And:

http://www.windfinder.com/forecast/solent_mrsc

It looks OK. The only slight issue is the wind in the North for some of the trip.

I think we need decision points on Thursday night and Friday night.

Does everyone agree?
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Alderney and eating

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The Harbour Lights.

Newly opened, just up the road and adjacent to one of the (now full) B&Bs.

They have proposed a menu as follows, but this relies on a minimum of 16 people committing. Please let me know ASAP as I personally quite fancy it...


STARTER
King prawns with ginger, lemon grass, sweet chilli.

MAIN COURSE

Chargrilled steak served plain or with a pepper, mushroom or stilton sauce and served with french Fries
or
Skate wing with a capers and pesto sauce served with French fries

DESSERT
Ice cream


Of the 16 required, we have Tim x2, Tony x2, Trevor x2 plus me x2 (my name does not start with a T though). So we are half way there!

The weather looks good

Martin, thanks for directing me to the HL I am booked in and would like to add myself to the list if thats possible, or billy no mates will be eating F&C on the beach! I might be bringing along two fishing pals who are frequent visitors with the charters from Hayling, they will have to take pot luck with B&B, if they are coming I will let you know? Thank you, I appreciate the effort you have taken to organise the dining, and probaly more as well.

Cheers Mick.

Are we picking a mooring or berth, pontoon, shared ring morring??
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Old 24 June 2009, 02:04   #90
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The Harbour Lights.

Newly opened, just up the road and adjacent to one of the (now full) B&Bs.

They have proposed a menu as follows, but this relies on a minimum of 16 people committing. Please let me know ASAP as I personally quite fancy it...


STARTER
King prawns with ginger, lemon grass, sweet chilli.

MAIN COURSE

Chargrilled steak served plain or with a pepper, mushroom or stilton sauce and served with french Fries
or
Skate wing with a capers and pesto sauce served with French fries

DESSERT
Ice cream


Of the 16 required, we have Tim x2, Tony x2, Trevor x2 plus me x2 (my name does not start with a T though). So we are half way there!

The weather looks good
I have
possibly 11 and the jet ski boys for the meal will confirm later
So we could fil the place to the roof .
Still looking at Weathe to be decided Thurs Night
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