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Old 02 September 2006, 05:04   #1
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brambles bank

Anyone thinking of a visit to the brambles bank on the 9-sept ?

very low tides at 6-30

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Is that AM or PM.

If its AM when is the next low tide?
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Thank you Richard,

I did know that the low tides are about 12 and bit hours apart. I was just too lazy to look up exactly when it was!

Plus it shows Steve there is some interest and gives him a chance to elaborate on his ideas when he replies!
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Thank you Richard,

I did know that the low tides are about 12 and bit hours apart. I was just too lazy to look up exactly when it was!

Plus it shows Steve there is some interest and gives him a chance to elaborate on his ideas when he replies!
the tides get less favourable from 6-30 am

my plan is (subject to weather)
is to launch in Lymington on friday mid day

have a blast - needles or shingles bank.

beer in the mayflower

leave lymington at 6-00 am on saturday

after the brambles visit then breakfast in cowes

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