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Old 26 May 2003, 08:23   #31
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Well, thanks, Brian. That was really first class. The organisation top-notch and the company excellent. Too much noise, too much yak, too much booze and too little sleep. Diana and I had a ball.

Good to meet families Gingercoastie and Smith. And good to see the Mums and Kids enjoying themselves as much as the Dads. Only sorry you weren't all with us for Day 2.

Enough words... go to the Gallery for pics - which include a couple of gems!

Cheers
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Old 26 May 2003, 12:14   #32
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I can only really echo Mike's comments - a superb weekend Brian. Hope to meet some if not all of you again in the not too distant future.

Shame i did not manage to help out with bar profits for as long as you 'olds, i assume that while i was sleeping my medal for traveling so far was awarded!

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Old 26 May 2003, 13:55   #33
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Bravo Brian

Excellent weekend despite the hangover on sunday

Mike, I was'nt mumbling to Martin, I think it was more of a growl as I still hav'nt forgiven him for keeping me in that bar till 3.00 am

After a hangover like that I've decided to shave my head and join a band of wandering Bhudist Monks destined to never drink again
Anyway can't get the barnett trimmed till tomorrow so am off now for a swift livener

Great to see everyone and Ginger (I'm still not sure why) Coastie, I hope you and the family have dried out now

Cheers all

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Old 27 May 2003, 04:13   #34
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Just a quick word of thanks to everyone at the Plymouth cruise who made us feel extremely welcome.

Special thanks to Brian for a well organised event and we look forward to seeing you all again soon.

Sorry we did not make the second days cruise.


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Old 27 May 2003, 04:29   #35
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Re: Bravo Brian

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Originally posted by Andy Cox
Excellent weekend despite the hangover on sunday

Mike, I was'nt mumbling to Martin, I think it was more of a growl as I still hav'nt forgiven him for keeping me in that bar till 3.00 am

Don't remember tieing you to the bar and force feeding you booze Andy.

I know I had a good night because the band was still playing in my head most of Sunday morning.

And thats the last time I go drinking with someone who dresses like an orange. I thought Tango was non-alcholic
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