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Old 25 March 2006, 09:26   #11
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Newquay to Lands End Eh? Jeff, your seat should just about cover that distance!

Apparently Mollers was spotted up our way rooting around in Barns!
Alice not even your bum would look big on my seat

Is 'Barns' another word for sheep in Arundel?
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Old 25 March 2006, 12:28   #12
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Alice not even your bum would look big on my seat

Is 'Barns' another word for sheep in Arundel?
Ah, you've gotton yourself all confused there Kerns . It's bar not barns and that's where you Snozzle boys take your sheep for a nice evening out. You find 'em a little more compliant after a couple of Cinzanos.
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Ah, you've gotton yourself all confused there Kerns . It's bar not barns and that's where you Snozzle boys take your sheep for a nice evening out. You find 'em a little more compliant after a couple of Cinzanos.
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Old 26 March 2006, 03:26   #14
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I will be in Newquay on Tuesday and Wednesday

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If you fancy a detour you're always welcome for a cuppa at BananaShark Jon!

We might make this trip - sounds like fun - I'll have a word with Kitten and see if we can make it - we're a little busy at this time of year!!
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Old 26 March 2006, 05:40   #16
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Is that with or without a boat? business or pleasure?

Do you mean this week? Im working
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Old 26 March 2006, 11:00   #17
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I may well pop in.
Its work am visiting the guys and St Mawgan for some training.
That's me training them.

Will give you a bell tomorrow.

Yes Roy this week.

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Old 26 March 2006, 16:41   #18
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Long range forecast shows strong westerlies for next weekend so unless those forecasts are badly wrong (which they could be) I think the first and second of april are out.

The mega long range forecast shows a fantastic day with light easterlies for the following weekend 8th / 9th. But the tide would force us to do a very early launch at newquay (ie before 8am)

Whats other peoples feelings on getting to newquay for a launch at that time in the morning.
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Old 27 March 2006, 06:05   #19
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Just Spoken to the Harbour Master at Newquay.

Apparently the harbour is accessible own to 2m above datum so that greatly extends the days that we can launch.

He also told me that he is away on holiday the weekend of the 8th / 9th so launching and trailer storage will be free (usually 5 each).

According to the long long range forecast they still have good weather that weekend so unless the weather forecast changes for the worst - I think that this will be a good time to go.

Who's in ???

Shaggy - did you sort out your boat this weekend ?
Alice - will you be in Cornwall with a boat that weekend
Kernow - how are you fixed for that weekend ?
Randski - I know you'll find the time
Ian Parkes - your still invited on Voyager let me know
Gingercoastie - Where are you... I know your boat is moored at falmouth but you are welcome on my boat.

4 X 4 will be required to launch as the harbour is basically a beach. So I need assistance there - so I cant do this trip without at least one of you 4 X 4 owners coming too.
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Sorry, rugby tour to Bath that weekend all booked.
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