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Old 16 June 2005, 17:31   #11
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Working all weekend

Hope you guys all have a great time

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Old 16 June 2005, 18:18   #12
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Merlin will be busy trying to whup Scooby Doo's transom

Looks like excellent weather. (Sorry M & A )

Going for a blast tomorrow eve also with possibly 4 other boats. If you're out, give us a shout.

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Old 17 June 2005, 04:44   #13
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Ian - I think you are right, going other way is best. No way can I get organised and get up early enough to see them start!

Jackeens, enjoy your cruise tonight - I have some domestic chores to do
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Old 17 June 2005, 07:03   #14
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Is there any meeting point or time
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Old 17 June 2005, 08:34   #15
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Rather last minute as usual but thinking of doing trip a round the island to see the race. What time are you guys think of leaving Poole ?
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Old 17 June 2005, 10:45   #16
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Jackeens, enjoy your cruise tonight - I have some domestic chores to do
We'll look out for you tomoro

We'll be on mob. 07790 551442 if it's time for the pub everyone.

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Old 17 June 2005, 11:07   #17
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Actually it might be an idea to bring a picnic and anchor up in Alum Bay or Osborne Bay....?

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you never have your jellinbone turned on
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Old 18 June 2005, 02:42   #19
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you never have your jellinbone turned on
It's always on Ray!

Ye probably have no reception over there in Bembridge

It's absolutely Mediterranean out there...'twill take the saily boats forever to get round the IOW !!!!

The Folly was serene last night and we had a lovely trip over with Tony & Howard. Met Martin of Team Scooby Doo so good luck today lads!!!!

Going to try to make the most of this beautiful day...meeting some peeps to the East of Eden first and then we'll have a look at the saily boats.

Catch up with you later Ray, Brambles Ian, mebbe see Martyn & Ann and discuss vantage points for Fleet Review. We'll be looking out for Hightower and Olly prop testing and pmorgan & Roy Smith it looks like a great day for Alum Bay (round from Yarmouth) or Osborne Bay (round from Cowes).

Our no. is above...we'll ring you in a while Brambles

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Had a brilliant morning,cruised through the fleet up to Gurnard then anchored at Newtown for a very early lunch,then down and around to Scratchells bay and beyond before swimming at Alum bay.
Weather excellent but very calm,saw at least one yacht hit the Varvassi,and the Red Jet scenic cruise box him self in amongst very slow moving waafis.
Had to be back in by 2pm and didnt see any Ribnetters I recognised.
Crew both filled up data cards with pics so hope to post some soon.
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