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Old 05 September 2004, 16:49   #21
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I have made it to my calander so now looking for place to stay any suggestions ???????? anyone doing block of reservation and perhaps doing some planning for evening out ????????

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Great day with great people and some very nice photos.

It was scorchio and Pete7's fridge was a stroke of genius. Ice creams in Ventnor and Beer in Alum Bay anyone would think we had been out on a gin palace!!

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It sounds like I missed out on a great day! What time did you pass compton? I was there from about 2 till 5 and was looking out for you all but didn't see anything! How close did you come in? I'll definately be up for it if you go again!

Bit of drama on the beach today. Several people pulled a man from the water next to us who then lay on the beach not moving for ages. They then started mouth to mouth and did this for 15minutes before the paramedics arrived. We all then had to clear the beach for the lee-on-solent chopper. We thought he would hover and have the man winched up (cos the tide was right up) but no, the pilot very skillfully dropped the chopper onto the beach not 10feet from the cliff face and maybe 20 yards from where we were standing. Great respect goes the the chopper guys, they were down and off in under a 2 minutes. Lets hope the man was ok, I have no idea what happened though.

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Hi Tim,

We cut straight from St Kathleen's point to the needles about 4 pm so would have been a mile or two off shore.

a similar thing happened to me a few years back, we where diving down to get him after someone saw he was in trouble and went below surface. Took us 5 mins to locate him by which it was too late.

Not a pleasent thing really especially for the family if they where on the beach also. Hope we recovers

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