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Old 18 January 2009, 12:42   #21
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i know what you mean, the trip is intended to be fun fun fun and not cost a bomb,, going there will be a new experience for me also, lets see how the weather is nearer the time and go from there etc
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Old 18 January 2009, 13:05   #22
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looking forward to meeting a few new faces. if there is a seat spare on my boat Nos is welcome to fill it if he wants to
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Old 18 January 2009, 13:19   #23
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thanks colin, appreciate that, will be a heck of a laugh
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Old 21 January 2009, 09:11   #24
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Blimey! This is looking like a lot of boats. I might go the following week. Seriously though, we've found that planning around a date is fraught with problems, most of which being the weather. We do it the other way around. We look for a suitable weather window, then go. Obviously that's easy for us and not for others based 'up country'.
Having said that, May is historically as good a time as any, we usually get some decent weather around that time.
We'll be on for it.

Which beach are you planning on kipping on and why? Bryher is tiny, you might aswell party on the beach and stagger back to the site, which is only a few walled paddocks with a shower/bog.
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Old 21 January 2009, 09:12   #25
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Old 21 January 2009, 09:38   #26
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Hi Mollers, going on the 28th as is a special day,(a year after you are 39) eek, if the weather window is not there, will wait at penzance,but your right chap, the weather is everything, all we can do is wait and see nearer the time,
as for camping ,heading to Bryher as has most of the things im looking for albeit small,very likely camp on the beach for the first night as special eve,( bit of shampers etc) but open to suggestions on exact Bryher location, will be great to meet up,
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Blimey! This is looking like a lot of boats. I might go the following week. Seriously though, we've found that planning around a date is fraught with problems, most of which being the weather. We do it the other way around. We look for a suitable weather window, then go. Obviously that's easy for us and not for others based 'up country'.
Having said that, May is historically as good a time as any, we usually get some decent weather around that time.
We'll be on for it.

Which beach are you planning on kipping on and why? Bryher is tiny, you might aswell party on the beach and stagger back to the site, which is only a few walled paddocks with a shower/bog.
Good to see you're on board mate! all we need now is James,and Sticky!! make you right about the beachparty.Hope you guys had a good skiing trip,we're off in 10 days already crocked but should be o.k by then!!
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Tis always worth the trip

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Old 22 January 2009, 07:24   #29
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Am I right in saying all those RIBs have moved onto pastures new? Or is Kernow now the proud owner of a pair?, or should that be the owner of a proud pair?
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