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Old 26 December 2005, 17:10   #11
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May be able to play on Wednesday, how about a trip into looe?
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Old 26 December 2005, 18:36   #12
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Forget the love handles, a crotch bulge would have been better!!!
I thought the Old Boy was fairing OK as it was mid Febuary when that pic was taken.
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Old 26 December 2005, 18:51   #13
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I thought the Old Boy was fairing OK as it was mid Febuary when that pic was taken.
Looks like 30 August to me ! ! !
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Old 26 December 2005, 19:01   #14
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May be able to play on Wednesday, how about a trip into looe?
Looe is an option - its a bit closer than Plymouth and I've never been there before.

Make sure you give me plenty of warning of the location of the drain pipe - don't want to end up covering my boat in shite

Is there somewhere nice we can moor up and stop for lunch.
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Old 27 December 2005, 02:11   #15
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Make sure you give me plenty of warning of the location of the drain pipe - don't want to end up covering my boat in shite
Now let me think.................where was that drain pipe .
Really sorry I can't get out to play this week just too much work to do .
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Old 27 December 2005, 05:04   #16
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Is there somewhere nice we can moor up and stop for lunch.

Two easy places to park in Looe.
Each by a pontoon. If you dont stay more than a couple of hours its free.

When you come off, turn left and go into The King of Prussia, right on the harbour. Nice big sit-down nosh.
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When you come off, turn left and go into The King of Prussia, right on the harbour. Nice big sit-down nosh.
Are you confusing Looe with Fowey - or is there a King of Prussia there too or am I completely wrong
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There's a "King of Prussia" in Kingsbridge, but you'll have to wait for floods to moor outside!
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Old 27 December 2005, 08:50   #19
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I'm sure Brian is thinking of Fowey, how's about we meet up mid morning, pop into Polperro then onto Looe, there's loads of places in Looe or Polperro to eat and drink then we should get you back in plenty of daylight (unless your going home via Guernsey!)
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Old 27 December 2005, 09:24   #20
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Interesting that the ribbing aspect of these winter cruises is the bit that gets you from one pile of grub to another!
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