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Old 11 October 2004, 02:43   #51
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Great to see you guys having great time over the weekend also glad to see you are well Fi.

Looking forward see some pics

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Thanks Bogib. The Irish Sailyboat got all the way to the Solent in strong winds unscathed and then suffered damage while sailing in the Solent.

So the wavelets can be tough at times.

So glad your trip went well also.

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Fee - great to meet you too -
Thank you and thanks Bogib and the rest of you.

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Old 11 October 2004, 06:45   #53
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I will be here all day monday so I will try and catch up with some of those ive missed and then sadly i must depart....so once again thank you everyone K+P Pete7cookeemartinandantomarkhandmarkiendagerryasha ndoceanspearcaptain.

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Safe home Fi. Shame you are missing "Church" this evening.
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Old 12 October 2004, 02:53   #54
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She's home safe. Says hi to all.

We'll do a few photies soon.

'Church' ... Nasher and The Solent Woosies 11.10.04

was good Nice to see Andre (Nasher should organise an initiation ceremony for first timers )

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Good to meet everybody last weekend, it was brilliant. Big thanks to the Jackeens for their kind hospitality.

Sorry we have not posted before only just got over the hangover .

See you all soon.

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Old 15 October 2004, 04:28   #56
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Sorry we have not posted before only just got over the hangover .
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I am glad I opted to stay sober and drive home going by the state of Paul in "Church" on Monday.
At least the Js made it, unlike the Magnificent Seven.
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I am glad I opted to stay sober and drive home going by the state of Paul in "Church" on Monday.
At least the Js made it, unlike the Magnificent Seven.
Shame I had to return to Devon but it was great to meet some new faces at last - especially Wi Fi! Not to mention Pete and Mark and to see the others again -

Mark - if you think Paul was still not very well on Monday night you should have seen him on Sunday morning!

Now who did I miss out?
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Old 15 October 2004, 06:08   #58
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Mark - if you think Paul was still not very well on Monday night you should have seen him on Sunday morning!
Another lucky escape then. I blame the chocky cake.

P.S. Did you get the cheque?
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Another lucky escape then. I blame the chocky cake.

P.S. Did you get the cheque?
Yes thanks Mark!

You should have been in Cardiff - they had a chocolate fountain in the restaurant!
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Hi guys,

I have to say that was the worst hangover I've had in many many years . Haven't touched a drop all week. The memory of it is fading now so might try a wee dram this weekend .

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