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Old 17 June 2005, 11:05   #11
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I'm sure that no-one from here would dream of doing that though.
I'll keep an eye on 'em for you Pete

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Old 17 June 2005, 11:08   #12
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You have my full permission to smack wrists if necessary (and that includes P's)
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Old 17 June 2005, 11:13   #13
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His Ma said that didn't work

Good point you made tho'. As it's a bit warmer peeps are heading to the beach and actually swimming

It's mighty dangerous to speed into any of the beautiful bays around.

Thanks for the reminder Pete

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Old 17 June 2005, 11:56   #14
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You have my full permission to smack wrists if necessary (and that includes P's)
His wrists are already blue from the slap he gets each time he passes the "danger area!"
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Old 17 June 2005, 17:06   #15
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Thanks for the map. Are there tide restrictions?
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Old 17 June 2005, 23:49   #16
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Hope you all have a great time. If any one needs a HGV driving lodger c/w german sheppard and an osprey rib please let me know. Iv got to drive a truck this weekend and the closest KeyMar will get to the water is a hose pipe on the drive to give her a clean.

Stay safe peeps and dont forget the sun cream.

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p.s. dont tell our lass that im thinking of moving to the coast
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Old 18 June 2005, 04:51   #17
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Thanks for the map. Are there tide restrictions?
Not as such although the tide does go out a fair way. The only "little problem" is that about 150m from the HW line there is a hump in the sea bed that runs parallel with the beach. I have seen many peeps anchor in relatively deep water on the shore side of this hump only to be trapped there when the tide goes out.

Low water tomorrow is around 1500 so be warned.
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Old 18 June 2005, 05:53   #18
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Hoping to be there with the family and our pet shark.. Plus a scrubbing brush, and a vat full of toxic chemicals to clean the bottom of the rib..
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Old 18 June 2005, 11:06   #19
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I was going to have a day in but this post ,summer turning up and the kids wanting to try out the new water toy makes me think i need get the boat ready. Nick is Priory bay good for towing toys?
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