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Old 28 January 2009, 02:56   #41
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launching at Penzance (secure parking)
So where are you parking ????
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Old 28 January 2009, 02:59   #42
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too busy for me in July/August but May? hmmm....
I'd take them both, that Johnson 'Sea Horse' must be ready to retire itself.
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Old 28 January 2009, 03:41   #43
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I'd take them both, that Johnson 'Sea Horse' must be ready to retire itself.
well I've been doing the maths on it...

2 stroke oil .... expensive
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bedajim,for parking we are going to use the car park next to the slip or Harbour Garage on 01736 366406 they used to cater for long term parking , where do you recommend that has easy access for all??
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bedajim,for parking we are going to use the car park next to the slip or Harbour Garage on 01736 366406 they used to cater for long term parking , where do you recommend that has easy access for all??
We left cars and trailers in the public car park by the slip, but
not secure we locked trailers together with chains and it cost about 40-45 for a long weekend.
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If its sunny, flat calm, water temp is +20 C & free beer

as normal I'll be there

Jim
Excellent, be good to see you all again,happy to stand you a beer or two,the petrol,and ferry service last time much appreciated!Lets hope the' Scillie Solara'[sunny Isles]live up to they're name!
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Excellent, be good to see you all again,happy to stand you a beer or two,the petrol,and ferry service last time much appreciated!Lets hope the' Scillie Solara'[sunny Isles]live up to they're name!
Does that mean the Somerset Olympic snoring team will be going, if so they should camp on Tresco
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Does that mean the Somerset Olympic snoring team will be going, if so they should camp on Tresco


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Maximus set a UK record for the latest ever recorded when he was plucked to safety by HMS Gannet on 4 December from the Bass Rock.

When he is released, it is hoped Maximus will head towards the Bay of Biscay or Africa for the next two years, until he becomes a fully-fledged adult.


Is this what happens to heavy snorer`s then

Mind you they do say " Snorers Burn More Calories"










http://bbctags.headshift.com/index.c...ll/7854800.stm
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Does that mean the Somerset Olympic snoring team will be going, if so they should camp on Tresco
The phrase 'pot and kettle' springs to mind!Ask Mrs Bedijim!! Mind you,my wife thaught we were in some sort of sublime snoring loop.......ANYWAY just think of the saftey factor when it IS FOGGY! Tresco?? far too close!ha.
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