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Old 07 July 2006, 14:04   #71
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does the carpark get too busy or will it be fine at 11 as well?

we will be launching at 10-11 if we over sleep !
Carpark is usually good. Give me a bell if you are around at 10-11 as I can also (probably) get your trailer into the yard where mine is...
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Old 07 July 2006, 15:00   #72
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Here is the latest weather forecast for the next two days. Sunday looks a bit rubbish

oh well will just have to see how it goes!

Isle of Wight Weather forecast for Saturday 8th July, 2006.

The early morning will be quite cloudy to start, with a chance of light drizzle at times, easing off a little, and becoming much clearer towards sunrise. We will have a light to gentle west south westerly breeze, with temperatures around 16c.

During the morning we will have clear skies and pleasant sunshine, with a risk of light scattered showers at times. The wind will shift a little to a light westerly, with temperatures of 18c early on, but becoming a lot cooler towards mid day.

The afternoon will initially bring a mixture of sunshine and scattered cloud. We will have a light to gentle south westerly breeze, with temperatures reaching an afternoon high of 18c.

The evening will bring a mixture of sunshine and scattered cloud, becoming more overcast towards the end of the day. The wind will shift to a moderate southerly, with temperatures around 20c.


Isle of Wight Weather forecast for Sunday 9th July, 2006.

The early morning will be quite cloudy to start, with some showers appearing towards dawn. The wind will be a light to gentle southerly, with temperatures around 15c.

The early morning will remain overcast, with moderate showers early on, with scattered showers and hazy sunshine later. The wind will be a gentle southerly, with temperatures reaching a high of 13c.

The afternoon will remain cloudy, with scattered showers and occasional sunny outbreaks. The wind will be a moderate southerly, with temperatures reaching a high of 15c.

The evening will be very cloudy, with light scattered showers early on, becoming clearer later. The wind will remain a moderate southerly, with temperatures of 18c, but feeling a little warmer.
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Old 07 July 2006, 18:57   #73
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Whilst I am out to dinner in Bembridge on Saturday evening, 20.00 to 22.30, if I can help anybody should they have any probs, I live near the beach at Bembridge harbour, I also own a holiday park at Whitecliff bay, and for the campers, if the weather gets bad I could run some of you up to park to camp Foc. of course. or if any of you are camping on Bembridge beach, I could supply some hot liquid refreshement early am. Just for info.there are public loos over the road from the bembridge beach opposite the Pilot boat inn. I hope to pop around to Priory early evening Sat. to say "hello". My home number 01983872257, and my mobile 07802966376 All the best Martin

That's an absolutely fantastically welcoming post Martin! Look forward to meeting you guys tomorrow!!!!!

Rich, many thanks for that comprehensive weather forecast! We are just back from Tescos with some provisions (thanks for help Nauti )

See you all tomorrow!!!

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Old 08 July 2006, 03:40   #74
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will be at camber dock between 10 -11 now me thinks so see ya there


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always takes longer in the am than we think
We're doing worse than that!!!! But should be over there just before midday!

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oh no....I had one too many pints last night
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We're pulling away from the pontoon at last!!!!

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have an awesome day guys, gutted mine ribs broken boo hoo - I'll drown my sorrys in style tonight
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just this minute got in, was a really great day and lovely to meet everyone


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Excellent day. Saw Slim Tim's rib for the first time, that console is a work of art Jimbo and Rich did a "King Arthur" on the sausages, but we did manage to introduce the students to green edible plants, even if it meant Kathleen dowsing the greens in Pimms. Taking of which Kaths Pimms cocktails have been refined and now have the same effect as Icleandic Fire water


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