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Old 29 December 2008, 15:22   #31
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One of Dizzy Lizzy - before her juniour crew deserted. (for more warmth)
Trust you got recovered and back OK.
cheers Paul. remind me about the dry suit for Richard to try .. next time
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Old 29 December 2008, 15:42   #32
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Old 30 December 2008, 08:57   #33
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I had been hoping to join you guys (had crew sorted etc) but the lurgi struck so had to call it off. Looks like you had a great time!

Am on the mend now and should be available again from tomorrow. Just hope that the weather holds!

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Hi Guys - Thanks for a great day out on Monday - Sorry we didn't take any photos - It was too cold to take my camera out of my inner pocket - I should have been better prepared and kept it in a more accesible place considering the cold conditions!
Paul - Sorry about turning Storm Breaker into a mobile creche - the kids all had a great time though! Next time you can off-load Bryne on Dizzy Lizzy if it's above freezing.
It was good to meet you all and we look forward to doing it again soon - anyone out this weekend?.
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Old 30 December 2008, 19:53   #35
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nice to see Neil out after all the problems that have dogged him at the latter part of the year.
Is this the electrical problems you were having Neil. I seem to remember having my head stuck in your console trying to "mend" the problem not realising that you have a bloody horn in said console.

Imagine my reaction when that lot went off about 2 inches from my eardrum.

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Is this the electrical problems you were having Neil. I seem to remember having my head stuck in your console trying to "mend" the problem not realising that you have a bloody horn in said console.
I did meen to ask Neil in the pub how he overcame the issues with the electrical system. But as usual with old age...I forgot
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Old 10 January 2009, 17:03   #37
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Is this the electrical problems you were having Neil. I seem to remember having my head stuck in your console trying to "mend" the problem not realising that you have a bloody horn in said console.

Imagine my reaction when that lot went off about 2 inches from my eardrum.

i have not been "dogged" by problems exactly... had a stupid engine fault, and that electrical issue where Chris blew his head off with the horn... yet to be properly fixed - need to fit a new master power switch I think, but it is an intermittent fault, and OK most of the time. Other than that, just nopt been able to get out much, and am staying more weekends en Suisse
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