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Old 25 July 2004, 03:00   #21
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1 The Birdman doing a good job as Ms Andress

2 Nicking someones Heavy Tanker

3 What a couple of Cowboys

Had to let the Missus drive back -recon I had too much to drink on the beach

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Old 25 July 2004, 04:57   #22
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Paul ya X*&%$!!

Nice sharp pics, detailed wobbly bits.

It was bumpy on the way back wasn't it.

A grand day.
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Old 25 July 2004, 05:14   #23
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I wasn't going to do this.....ya made me



1.........Paul had to make a hard decision that day...'do I go for the stylish blue post modernist handbag, or shall I opt for the pink that matches my portable spitoon'.

2........ a)...Zebedee just would not stay away from the other boats that day so Paul had to issue a severe warning or -
b).....Paul regretted not wiping the 'acme holdfast' superglue from his hands before going out that day
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Old 25 July 2004, 05:20   #24
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The Birds.... :)

He's run upstairs crying

(After we both fell around laughing )

Robin you know I think very highly of you so if you've got any of me please shred

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Old 25 July 2004, 05:25   #25
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K......Would I.
Look veeeery carefully at the handbag picture above
You were actually in that picture just behind Paul.....look at the rocks behind him and to the right as we look at it.....I (actually photoshop) 'cloned' you out of the picture. oooooo er
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Old 25 July 2004, 18:05   #26
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Clever Clogs.


Well done and ta

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Old 26 July 2004, 03:47   #27
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Did you get to see the RAF VC10 - Tristar flypast for superstar hero Missus J at around 15:30? The should have passed over you at low level crossing South to North.

Red Arrows were busy - it was the best I could do (all fingers crossed behind back)
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