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Old 18 March 2007, 17:06   #171
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wel dun. i amm verry appy dat yew av gott a noo bote. yew ad a clowse iscape cuz dat nobbur peet7 az bin tryin too flogg a rowpey owld ribb orl weakend

fank crist yew nevver mett upp wiv im

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Old 19 March 2007, 04:36   #172
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This was our first RibNet outing and was great fun. Thanks to Jackeens for organising it! It was great to see so many boats and to have a look for ideas!

The return to Hamble was under the worst conditions we have experienced yet but we were absolutely amazed at the way our Ribcraft handled the conditions. And all my rewiring seems OK!!

Thanks again for a super day!

Now we can look at going further afield....
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Old 19 March 2007, 05:47   #173
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Hi all - I'm Nos4r2's other half. I met a few in the Folly, but I'm terrible with names

I just wanted to say a massive thanks to Jimbo for the lift on Evolution - I'm feeling battered but it was ace! (Admittedly rather less battered than if we'd been on Psychosis )

Hopefully next time I might be able to join you on my new Zodiac 11' SIB
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Old 19 March 2007, 09:57   #174
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only 6 out of about 25 were any good!
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Old 19 March 2007, 09:59   #175
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I hope my crew of Laser, Nos4r2 and Nos4r2's missus enjoyed themselves as much as I did!
Probably more-we didn't have to sit there with a salad while fat gits like me were stuffing our faces with meat

I do wish I'd had a video camera handy when that pratt rammed the fuel pontoon just to shame him though
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I do wish I'd had a video camera handy when that pratt rammed the fuel pontoon just to shame him though
He didn't care... I mean, if he really doesn't care and he's prepared to wreck the boat, I could always find a good home for it...
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Old 19 March 2007, 15:13   #178
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As Ben5883 mentioned we met a few of the boats at the entrance to Cowes but didnt venture up river to the pub, instead we went for a blast along past Gurnard then over to the Beaulieu river than back along to Calshot and into the Hamble.

It was slightly lumpy out there and got worse the later in the afternoonit got...but hey, it was sooo much fun although I do have brusied ribs from where they kept hitting the toob! No room for the comfort of jockey seats in Jaws!

I don't mean to be vein but did anyone get any photos of us?

And for those of you mentioning you got a couple of waves over the boat, nothing could have compared to how wet we got! Love it! I lost count of how many waves we went through instead of over!
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I don't mean to be vein but did anyone get any photos of us?
We did, they should be good and will post in a few days!!!!

We'll also do a proper post in a day or so...Paul blasted us back to Pompey on Merlin this morning after a top weekend on Wighty so we're a bit knackered & just in from work...

Amazing weekend...great peeps...top memories!

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Another Great Run

Hi all,

Another sucessful run out to the Folly. Great food Good Company and a Twin engines to boot Cheers Richard So was that the trial run in readyness for the St Gorges Day Out?

Best wishes to all.

Kev.
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