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Old 12 July 2005, 15:38   #21
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Craig, sent you a PM back....

If we get another batch of good weather, we could try having a repeat except with more people?

Keep a watch on this forum for more Clyde Rib event planning!
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Old 13 July 2005, 05:11   #22
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Well, weather permitting I intend to go to Brodick this weekend................
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Old 13 July 2005, 09:27   #23
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Well, weather permitting I intend to go to Brodick this weekend................
Lucky you hope your not going to stay there, got a bit of a dump lately. Are you going to dive the Tuscan on your way in?
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Old 15 July 2005, 04:35   #24
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If thats the puffer in the bay then yes. I forgot to say your marks for the Moonlight were spot on but I never did find the one off Dunoon despite trawling up and down ( even lifted a small bouy near it to find.......... a lobsterpot!)
Hoping the weather stays calm to make convincing the missus to go, she isn't the best of sailors
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Old 20 July 2005, 13:56   #25
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Possible camping trip to loch striven again this weekend... really just depends on the weather.

If it happens then we will be camped about a 1/3rd of the way up on the left hand side.

Open invite to anyone wishing to pop along...

Craig_C u fancy it?
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Old 25 July 2005, 04:28   #26
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Did anybody go out?
I went to Brodick which was just as I remembered it
Did the Tuscan on the way back which was not where it was supposed to be in the book, but I never find that surprising anymore with Moir Crawfords books.
Eventually found it and was a nice dive apart from the jellyfish
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Old 25 July 2005, 11:33   #27
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We didnt bother camping due to lack of numbers, but a few of us went on a pub crawl to milport and then onto Rothesay.

Also went to Ardyne for a BBQ late on Sunday afternoon.

Rothesay pub crawl was good altho coming back to Kip half cut at 5am wasnt the best... im sure there will be some pics posted soon!
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We didnt bother camping due to lack of numbers, but a few of us went on a pub crawl to milport and then onto Rothesay.

Also went to Ardyne for a BBQ late on Sunday afternoon.

Rothesay pub crawl was good altho coming back to Kip half cut at 5am wasnt the best... im sure there will be some pics posted soon!
Aye was a good day/ unexpected night out

I was a bit worse for wear on sunday tho

Who all got there pink things off and went for the bbq then ??

I'll get pics of the outing up tomorrow, although most of them are in the pub showing a declining state of 4 males as the night wears on ha ha
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