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Old 13 September 2004, 03:45   #21
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Would this be a good time to resurrect the round the IOW plan?!

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So has the round the IOW plan been resurrected?
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If anyone is up for the IOW trip let me know where and when you would like to meet
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Be great to do it if the weather's good. Forts, or Cowes as starts?


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Will let you recommend, as this is my first time out on the Solent
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and going out in the Rib?

We may well have the boat in the water then. Will let you know nearer the time.
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There is a campsite right next to Mercury Yacht Harbour up the Hamble River - I dont know the name of the site but the marina could probably help.
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Will let you recommend, as this is my first time out on the Solent
OK .

Clockwise is good.
Because it's a nightmare getting Ray out of Bembridge .

It's great if Pete 7 is out cos you don't need a GPS. We jes foller him along.

And it's nice to stop at Ventnor and listen to tales of unusual seaweed in these parts ...then have a snack in the pub and listen to the live music.

Then wonder if St Kath will behave herself...

Then steam round and admire the Noodles...then into Yarmouth and get more fuel if you're a jerrycan RIBsta.

(If it's hot a paddle in Alum Bay while looking jealously at the ginpalaces is a must.)

Oh yeah, if Robin's there....photos, photos
If JK shows just give him the tiller

Spot of diving for Froglover, Aging Yoof & crew...and the crew of Pendragon might have a day off ...and Waver...


And another stop in The King's Head (scrounge a drinkie off Whiteshoes)and mebbe ice-cream for Anto & Martin & Slimtim on the pier.
Some OK B&Bs in Yarmouth Steve.

If it's flat we might drag out a very fast and beautiful boat for her last run of the season then try to blag a spin

Richard & Louise might leave the putes and come out too ...

Then onto Cowes and more lemonade for the skippers ..And drinkies to the newly weds Janet & Bill. Hurrah!!!!

And home again.

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How about anti ,so we can have beers at bembridge,just a though.
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How about anti ,so we can have beers at bembridge,just a though.
We'd be better walking in with the boats on our heads...like the traditional currachs

Ah we'll go along with wotever.

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