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Old 13 September 2019, 17:16   #1
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Torbay-Salcombe Sun 15 Sept

Weather looking good for Sun.
Planning a run Brixham-Salcombe Dep Brixham c.1015.
Bite of lunch & back by 1500.
Company always welcome
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Old 14 September 2019, 02:00   #2
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I've been looking at this weekend's forecast for the last few days thinking great weather for trip out. My wife on the other hand thinks that as we picked up the keys for our new place in Brixham yesterday that we should be focusing on sorting that out this weekend!
Have a good trip and maybe see you out some there time.
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I'My wife on the other hand thinks that as we picked up the keys for our new place in Brixham yesterday that we should be focusing on sorting that out this weekend!
Have a good trip and maybe see you out some there time.
I'd persuade Mrs Valley, that she'd get a lot more done without you under her feet and the boat needs a run to both stop the engine from seizing, and to wash the GRP eating gribbleworms away

It's only 4 hours on Sun
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I hope it went well? I was in Poole all weekend so a run to IOW for nachos was had

Glorious day for it followed by a good day safety cover on Sunday - can't be many shorts and t-shirt days left this year.....
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I hope it went well? I was in Poole all weekend so a run to IOW for nachos was had

Glorious day for it followed by a good day safety cover on Sunday - can't be many shorts and t-shirt days left this year.....
Was nice on the south coast! Yesterday heading to Newtown....
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[QUOTE=treerat;802873]I hope it went well? I was in Poole all weekend so a run to IOW for nachos was had /QUOTE]

Yes thanks Andy,
Nice run....sunny pretty flat, light wind, shirt & shorts still, left Brixham 1015, - Salcombe for 1130, despite stopping a admire a pod of dolphins of Start Point, and large family of seals slightly further on. Loads of room on Normandy Pontoon for once.
Traditional Devon pasty & a cuppa before running back close inshore. MHB100 may post some of the photos he took whilst I was avoiding the low tide rocks!

Haven't had Wheatsheaf Nachos since Jan......still not too long to Nacho Run 2020....where's my drysuit????
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Traditional Devon pasty...
Ouch!

Did you have a glass of Welsh Whisky to go with it?
I'm reporting you to the Cornish Liberation Army. Keep an eye under your car from now on. You might find a Ginsters self-adhered onto your fuel tank!
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Did you have a glass of Welsh Whisky to go with it?

You might find a Ginsters self-adhered onto your fuel tank!
Simon,
You must know full well the only "proper" whisky comes from Islay.
Note Irish Ribnetters the spelling before you wade in

When I go to Cornwall for a Cornish pasty I steer well clear of the mass produced Ginsters....correct me if I'm wrong but I'm sure the owners of the Ginsters brand are actually Leicester based..not really Cornish.

Good luck adhering a Ginsters to my fuel tank embedded underneath my jockey pods & deck
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