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Old 29 July 2007, 01:36   #31
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(you could probably borrow a tender for 5 mins)
We will be bringing a tender as coming by water if the weathers ok, the beauty of boating around milford haven is still plenty to do on the river if the wind is strong.

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Old 29 July 2007, 06:26   #32
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my new axle didnt arrive this week, so i need to chase up for next week, i hope it is all delivered in time for this trip as would be good to get out with the crowd

and stop taking the piss out of my new car, i could get really hurt

i might get the windows all blackened so noone recognises me driving it!!
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Old 29 July 2007, 08:19   #33
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and stop taking the piss out of my new car, i could get really hurt
If you have a minor crash in it, you WILL get really hurt


Who's supplying the new axle - SBS or Avonride? If it's Avonride, you'd better sit tight for a while.
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Old 29 July 2007, 08:20   #34
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my new axle didnt arrive this week, so i need to chase up for next week, i hope it is all delivered in time for this trip as would be good to get out with the crowd
If your axle doesn't arrive in time, I've got a RIB here you can borrow for the weekend.
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If your axle doesn't arrive in time, I've got a RIB here you can borrow for the weekend.
now that is an idea for sure!!!

wouldn't you rather be in your new one ?
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Old 29 July 2007, 12:12   #36
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Another question or two.

I've just google earthed the area. Is there any sort of a speed limit on the river ?

Also are there any pubs or restaurants within walking distance of the camp site.

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Old 29 July 2007, 13:25   #37
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now that is an idea for sure!!!

wouldn't you rather be in your new one ?
Don't you think you could handle the old Northcraft then?

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I've just google earthed the area. Is there any sort of a speed limit on the river ?
No speed limit as such, but there is no planing upriver of Lawrenny on the main Milford Haven/Daugleddau and its tributaries. Down-river of Lawrenny, anything goes

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Also are there any pubs or restaurants within walking distance of the camp site.
As I mentioned in an earlier post on this thread, the 'camp site' is a static caravan park. I don't think there is any (tent) camping, unless arrangements are made beforehand with the site owners. There is a pub within the yacht station/caravan site complex, right on the waterfront with its own pontoon. They serve decent meals and there is a beer garden/patio overlooking the river - not a bad place to unwind after a hard day's boating . This is the only pub in/around Lawrenny. If camping is not an option, then there is a youth hostel about 5-10 mins walk away, in Lawrenny village.

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the northcraft would be fab for sure, have the monkeys with us !

will have to see how the trailer axle delivery goes

also i have the new addy for you to send the secret stuff to!!!!
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Old 29 July 2007, 15:49   #39
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I should be up for this one.

Assuming the weather's ok, I'll be parking Sea Drive in Neyland Marina from Friday evening until Sunday evening, or even Monday if it's *really* nice

Got any cruising plans for the weekend? - we're on springs, so it won't be possible to go right up river during the middle of the day. However, the tides are high enough for a trip to Haverfordwest for example around 1800hrs on Sat evening.

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for the guys looking for more information, this link will take you to a good guide

http://recreation.mhpa.co.uk/leisure_guide.php
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