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Old 23 July 2013, 06:13   #351
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Camping on Bryher is provisionally booked for approx 8 tents and no deposit paid

Just ring Vicky on 01720 422559 around 15-20 mins before you need the tractor

Any weather news?
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Old 23 July 2013, 08:17   #352
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Camping on Bryher is provisionally booked for approx 8 tents and no deposit paid

Just ring Vicky on 01720 422559 around 15-20 mins before you need the tractor

Any weather news?
Were you in the Scouts or does your misses not let you have the telly control at home

What happened to a chilled out camping weekend with maybe a few beers & a chat with the goat

Have you packed your toothbrush and shampoo + clean pressed pants, got fuel to get you there and back
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Old 23 July 2013, 08:23   #353
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I am on the weather case and will update on the present forecast at 16:15pm when I get a break.
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I am on the weather case and will update on the present forecast at 16:15pm when I get a break.
I have a look here too

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Were you in the Scouts or does your misses not let you have the telly control at home

What happened to a chilled out camping weekend with maybe a few beers & a chat with the goat

Have you packed your toothbrush and shampoo + clean pressed pants, got fuel to get you there and back
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Old 23 July 2013, 11:33   #356
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looking quite reasonable I think...

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Hi looking at the weather it's looking fair to good.

Fri light SSW winds probably mod at times in the open water. Patchy cloud poss shower and a small chop with a long weak w ground swell.

Sat light var winds but poss mod sea breezes in the exposed areas of the Scillies. Calm seas.

Sun is OK but I am looking at just how quick that flabby low develops. At the moment it's not meant to deepen till Sunday evening into Monday but there is the prospect for it to do so earlier giving a mod to fresh S-SSW Force 4,5 on Sunday morning.

If it changes I will keep you all up to date.
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Thanks Adam


I'm really looking forward to this and to meeting some new faces
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Hi all XC Weather does over cook the wind strength but it is picking up the prospect of that low deepening on Sunday!
Below is the chart for 13:00.
What the computer is picking up is a squeeze of the isobars as the low meanders off the SW coast of Ireland.
I am hopeful that it will remain a F3 for the crossing back.
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I am hopeful that it will remain a F3 for the crossing back.
Still looks OK. It's all in the s/sw this week which is good. A strengthening 3 on Sun should be ok as we should be back before the sea builds significantly.

However, my BBC weather app is showing the wind going around SSE on Sun, we could do without that.

Flat is boring.
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