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Old 21 July 2006, 18:36   #11
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Is that the "Inshore, Inshore" one, Or just the "Inshore" one .

My Dad told me when he was a Sea Scout in 1945 they actually sat on top of (for a second or three) one of the Concrete Pillars whilst out training in a Row boat. They thought they had enough depth to pass over but got caught out in a waves trough. No nice markers in those days.


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Old 22 July 2006, 01:56   #12
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Hi All,

My thanks go to Nasher for all of his help in getting "Southcoast Two" ready to go back to sea. Mr Tibbetts next time you are down you are welcome to come on board but be carefull you might fall overboard It will be good to have her back on the water soon.

Unfortunately I could not make it out with Nasher as some Scroat had stolen my motorbike during the early hours of the morning

Thanks to the local street cleaner he found it dumped in the local Subway minus it ignititon system.

So you can imagine I was not a happy bunny yesterday.

See you all up at the Church next month.

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