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Old 20 March 2008, 15:30   #21
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I'd like to make up some crew as trailer hasn't been braced yet.
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Old 21 March 2008, 15:40   #22
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Matt H and I were out yesterday from Butleers Hard and for a couple of hours today. We went down to the Fort to see if we could give Harmesh Pooni a wave. We turned back as it was starting to get dark and made the run back into Butlers Hard by about 8.00 it was pretty choppy coming back !

Went out this morning althoug after yesterdays exploits was not un for too much so when we got about half a mile of Cowers and had to stop whilst a hail storm passed over I decided that I wasnt overly keen on Spending the whole of Easter Friday sat in the Solent getting beaten to death by Hail (although I think Matt would have given the chance)

Headed back to BH at about 11-00 got the boats out and the Sun came out in force although I suspect the wind still made for pretty nasty conditions.

All in all great fun and a nice stay at the Master Builders although I was totally spent by the time we got back last night and only had the energy to stuff a steak down before crashing out.
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Old 21 March 2008, 16:13   #23
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All in all great fun and a nice stay at the Master Builders although I was totally spent by the time we got back last night and only had the energy to stuff a steak down before crashing out.
Just out of curiosity how much does it cost to stay/eat at the Master Builders
nowadays. A friend of mine used to be head chef there so we always got a good deal. I love BH.
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Old 21 March 2008, 16:41   #24
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Just out of curiosity how much does it cost to stay/eat at the Master Builders
nowadays. A friend of mine used to be head chef there so we always got a good deal. I love BH.
99.00 got Bed and Breakfast. so not cheap however the alternative was to sleep in the car and there was no way that was going to happen.

I think it is French Run now.
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great airtime was had!!!
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