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Old 01 February 2012, 15:13   #471
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Well on that statement, I think then, that Pikey's suggestion is well founded.
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Looking like there's 40 odd for the nght do. Do they have real ale on in the bar? If not, any chance of him putting a barrel on?
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Looking like there's 40 odd for the nght do. Do they have real ale on in the bar? If not, any chance of him putting a barrel on?
What's wrong with 2 barrels
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I can taste the beer now

on the subject of pitstops, and not being one to start anything, but my many trips to Anglesey for work and boating, probably the least attractive locations for a break would be either Amlwch or Holyhead, both are a touch harsh on the eyes after all that lovely rocky coastline my vote would be for Cemaes Bay, from my not so good memory there are toilets and a cafe/icecreme shop, maybe if I'm lucky we can stock up on wine gums or have I been missing something
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Is there much shelter at Cemaes bay? Plus, I envisage needing a stop further round for people to sort themselves out. Holyhead seems the only option. But if a calm day we can stop I'm sure.
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if it's not calm enuff for shelter in Cemaes then how many will be going anyway I don't mind a dash across to Ty Coch in a good swell, but round Anglesey still, as long as the wine gums stay dry
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