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Old 04 May 2004, 20:01   #31
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Old 05 May 2004, 06:59   #32
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Glad you all enjoyed my local waters You certainly brought the weather (as did the gigs) its now NW 30 knots (yesterday (tues) was force 9 wnw)
FAREWELL.
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It would have been real nice to make your aquaintance whilst there. Sorry we missed you.

We WERE lucky with the weather and I am glad evryone enjoyed the trip. Full writeup in the next issue of Riblines.

Meanwhile here is a "not very good shot" of Maen-A-Vaur, a "island" split right through the middle. Only our good friends on "Scorch" though managed to get right the way through to the other side however!

Also another shot from my favourite pub, The Turk's Head on St. Agnes
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Old 05 May 2004, 12:50   #34
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If i could point out Brian in that Pic you are in the pub and Mr Tapp is still ferrying people in!

Now for those who were not there guess how we all got back out to out boats....
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Voila...what a star!!!
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guess how we all got back out to out boats....
What, all those big boats, and no-one took a SIB?

Looks like a good time was had... and you managed to miss the F9.
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Here is a better pic of "Scorch" inside "Maen-A-Vaur".

We also tried to go through the gap, but hit the side and dented the prop
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Old 05 May 2004, 15:23   #39
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Glad you all enjoyed my local waters You certainly brought the weather (as did the gigs) its now NW 30 knots (yesterday (tues) was force 9 wnw)
FAREWELL.
This picture (courtesy of www.zyworld.com) was taken 4/5/2004
Do you recognise where it is Behavin?

The other pictures look superb. Sounds/looks like a great trip.

Looks like a couple of ribbists in the foreground too!
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Old 05 May 2004, 17:16   #40
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hi again yeah the scillywebcam pic is just north of Popplestones on the west side of Bryher. Its where Hellbay is.
The gap in men-a-vaur is the beginners one next time try the gap in Scilly Rock????
I was the yellow (ughh) Delta dash marshalling gig races i did talk briefly with the red bay owner as our freight company is getting a 8.7m red bay in 6-7 months for mail/freight handling.
glad you enjoy scilly.
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