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Old 29 June 2006, 04:35   #1
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Solenteers BBQ Trip Priory Bay 8/9 July ; 'Smoke on the Water'!!!

Hey there fellow Ribnetters,

Hoping the weather continues to be gorgeous, we were thinking of heading across to Priory Bay weekend of 8/9 July and there munch some half-cooked bits and bobs.

Some local peeps are developing the habit of dragging people behind their boats on wakeboards and lilos and suchlike.

Bring your own grub/disposable BBQ but if you forget then usually there's loads to go around.

Of course others have now got fancy boats with cosy little cuddies for those essential afternoon naps.

Lazing on the beach is often the preferred activity!!!

Not forgetting the monthly Solent gathering on the Monday night will also involve a BBQ on the Hill with some speeching in honour of Hightower's recent 40th!!!!!

Look forward to meeting up!

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Old 29 June 2006, 04:58   #2
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I might well be up for this, although some company from yarmouth/lymington end would be great incase my homemade blue peter boat falls apart
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Old 29 June 2006, 05:29   #3
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If the boat isn't booked out for training I will also aim to be in attendance. I would suggest not letting me near BBQ's though - flaming results often don't please everybody!
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Old 29 June 2006, 05:51   #4
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I might well be up for this, although some company from yarmouth/lymington end would be great incase my homemade blue peter boat falls apart
If I can make it, I'd be happy to shoot down to yarmouth and do the trip up with you
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Old 29 June 2006, 06:09   #5
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should be picking my rib up from scorpion on the 8th i can run down with you no problems, would be great to have a little BBQ on the beach count me in if the rib is ready fingers crossed
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Sounds good to me, yep up for this.
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excellent. Thanks very much Benc and Pop!
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After last year the kids wanted to do this again, will try to make it. Very good day anyone thinking about it worth the trip
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Old 29 June 2006, 08:23   #9
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Yep we are up for this, which one are we going for Sat or Sunday? or even both with a bit of camping

HW Saturday 1006 (ish) 3.9m
LW Saturday 1510 (ish) 1.6m
HW Sunday 1100 (ish) 4.1m
LW Sunday 1600 (ish) 1.5m

Ribs might have to drop peeps off on the beach, then anchor off or be there until sundown
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Yep we are up for this, which one are we going for Sat or Sunday? or even both with a bit of camping

HW Saturday 1006 (ish) 3.9m
LW Saturday 1510 (ish) 1.6m
HW Sunday 1100 (ish) 4.1m
LW Sunday 1600 (ish) 1.5m

Ribs might have to drop peeps off on the beach, then anchor off or be there until sundown

Now that is a good idea, camping on the beach.
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