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Old 16 May 2006, 14:49   #141
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Blimey! I hope Andrea enjoys a 'Stuffin' '!
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Old 16 May 2006, 15:07   #142
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Great - nice to have the action replay as well!

Shame it was a bit flat on Sunday . . .
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i woz intrestid. verry intrestid. i laft mi bollix orf i can tel yew.

iz dat wy thay corl yew dowenhill dia

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iz dat wy thay corl yew dowenhill dia

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I thought I spotted a gArfish on the seabed, so went for a closer look
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Old 16 May 2006, 16:11   #145
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I thought I spotted a gArfish on the seabed, so went for a closer look
After several attempts, you almost got there!! Was the trim switch optional on that boat or do you suffer with a touch of arthritus of the thumb?
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Old 16 May 2006, 16:13   #146
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i must admit that Brad and Andrea got soaked but that did not put them off having a great time and enjoying the sea. good on ya great company i must admit
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After several attempts, you almost got there!! Was the trim switch optional on that boat or do you suffer with a touch of arthritus of the thumb?
I was hanging on for dear life with both hands - the last thing I wanted to do was start fiddling with little buttons

The trim was spot on - it was the waves that got it wrong
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