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Old 14 May 2012, 20:44   #21
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No how much is the fuel at Mylor
Twas only around 30p/litre* in 2009.




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"It's actually 30p/litre more than ASDA, but you'd be paying the ASDA price anyway, so it's only really costing you 30p/litre (and the bird on the pontoon is worth 30p/litre)"
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Old 23 May 2012, 07:30   #22
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I'm going to be down at Mylor the week before that. 1st June to 10th so if anyone sees a Yellow twin engine XS 70 (Viper) say hi.

I'll be using Mylor throughout the summer so asked the question about fuel prices.

How does 1.91 sound!?!

Guess it's jerry cans or run up the road to the Shell. She'll be on the trailer so for the saving it'll be worth the run even if it is a pain in the a**e having to waste the time driving through the lanes for gas.

Hope to see some of you down there.

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Old 23 May 2012, 08:24   #23
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I'm going to be down at Mylor the week before that. 1st June to 10th so if anyone sees a Yellow twin engine XS 70 (Viper) say hi.

I'll be using Mylor throughout the summer so asked the question about fuel prices.

How does 1.91 sound!?!

Guess it's jerry cans or run up the road to the Shell. She'll be on the trailer so for the saving it'll be worth the run even if it is a pain in the a**e having to waste the time driving through the lanes for gas.

Hope to see some of you down there.

Cheers
I'll try to get 'Hey Joe' in sometime that week to shake off the the winterisation.
If you're down for the week, you'd might aswell bite the bullet and pay the 'on the water' price. Anything else is pure hassle.
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Old 23 May 2012, 10:47   #24
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That's what I thought at first but then I did the sums. At an extra 80 per fill it makes the eyes water a bit
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That's what I thought at first but then I did the sums. At an extra 80 per fill it makes the eyes water a bit
Planning on doing a few miles then? If the sun is out, nip over to St Mawes, chuck the hook, use the Place Ferry as a water taxi (a loud whistle or a wave of the arms should get his attention), park yourself on the terrace of the Idle Rocks and rack up a bar bill rather than a fuel bill.
Now that's boating.

http://www.google.co.uk/search?hl=en...raEquo0AWL7MQ6
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That sounds like a plan.

Will be doing a bit of diving too so hopefully weather will be fine and I can turn the engines off and still stay on station that saves a bit.

The flip side of that will be trying to stop son doing too much wakeboarding
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Is this still happening, or is the weather too dodgy?
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Is this still happening, or is the weather too dodgy?
Not going in the rain, not buying Hells Bay coffee and cake either

So maybe, do you know anyone local with a weather tree
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Not going in the rain, not buying Hells Bay coffee and cake either

So maybe, do you know anyone local with a weather tree
Not looking great.

Stand-by, I'll check forecasts today.
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