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Old 06 February 2019, 10:45   #21
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There's a new bite by the slip way I have been and seen it and talked to the ferry folks they said it would be fine
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Old 06 February 2019, 13:43   #22
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There's a new bite by the slip way I have been and seen it and talked to the ferry folks they said it would be fine
Ah OK, I knew there were plans for upgrading the ferry "terminal" I didn't realise that included the parking area.
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Evening,,,,, any one planning to stop Friday night at either of the two camp sites near the launch point? Not much difference when it come to price for either.
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Ah OK, I knew there were plans for upgrading the ferry "terminal" I didn't realise that included the parking area.
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Had a look at the ferry slip last week parking was limited only 4 spaces when I was there. Ganavan costs are first 2 hours free with a ticket then £1 /hour no mention of a day rate.
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When there’s some more definite plans I’d probably book to stay on one of the sites.

At the moment though parking seems to be the issue.....
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Hi guys I am just getting all the details finalized the parking will be fine I have already been and seen parking area and talked to the ferry guys there is plenty of area to park I will be staying over night on Friday Iam making up second route just in case the weather is not suitable for going round mull it is very weather dependent
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Hi guys I am just getting all the details finalized the parking will be fine I have already been and seen parking area and talked to the ferry guys there is plenty of area to park I will be staying over night on Friday Iam making up second route just in case the weather is not suitable for going round mull it is very weather dependent
Best of luck it was February pi$$ing it down and nearly full summer months
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New but would love to go if ok
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Hi HH although I normally go on the Ribnet outings I wont be going on this trip..simply because I think it too risky to be involved in taking a party of folk of varying experience in small inflatable’s on such an exposed and technically difficult route. Call be an old woman if you wish .. but I know the area well..and have based my decision on that.

I do sincerely wish you all a safe journey and I hope Im not putting anyone off going on this outing..however I feel it only fair to warn folk that don't know the area of the exposed nature of this journey and its risks.

As such ..I wish you all a very enjoyable and safe adventure this year
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Hi guys the details will be up for the trip by Saturday night
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