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Old 30 May 2006, 07:33   #171
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If you decide to lunch from Hayle
Get him Bob 'es avin a go!
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Old 30 May 2006, 07:45   #172
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Old 30 May 2006, 07:46   #173
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I will probably be down at pentewan sands having a bbq or similar with chris (hugh jardon) on friday evening. I can either leave them somewhere you can get them at my house or you could join us down at pentewan for the evening and collect them from there.
What about Thursday evening?

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Old 30 May 2006, 08:26   #174
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What about Thursday evening?

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will be driving home from spalding thursday evening - might be quite late.

I can arrange to have the cans left out for you to collect though...
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Kernow - is blister getting wet this year?
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Kernow - is blister getting wet this year?
Knew I shouldn't have chipped in on this thread
Before I answer can I just say a big thank you to Alice and Bob for the regular phone calls over the weekend, they managed to keep me bang up to date with how much fun you were all having, where you were eating, how perfect the conditions were etc.etc.etc. Right pair of ( insert as appropriate)

So, this weekend I would love to do, looks as if all going are overnighting so that's what I need to plan for as well. Will be much quieter workwise so at the moment a tentative 'yes'. Bob tells me he burnt about 70/80 ltrs last time, what about you Roy?
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Bob tells me he burnt about 70/80 ltrs last time, what about you Roy?
I need a new outboard

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Old 30 May 2006, 09:13   #178
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re:trip for light weights

Relativeley new to ribbing, the scilly trip sounds great 2 adults 2 children would be very interested in tagging along and learning something from you experts.Would have to be good conditions to keep the wife and kids still interested!(Dont want to put them off)
I have 2 x 20 ltr Spare containers if there of any use (SHAGGY)
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it would be great if you came kernow - a full compliment of the south west ribsters would be a first...

I burnt around 85 litres last time.

we did however do very little island exploring and it was from penzance. on the other hand we went the long way out and back ie via seven stones and wolf rock.

I reckon from falmouth it will be more like 140 - 150 liters round trip + 20 or 30 for island hopping whilst we are there...

this gives me anything from 0 to 20 litres reserve...

I suggest the falmouth crew depart at 8am from mylor then take in the sights round the lizard and meet up with the penzance crew around 10:30 ish then head straight out so to maximise island exploring time and minimize fuel consumption.
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Relativeley new to ribbing, the scilly trip sounds great 2 adults 2 children would be very interested in tagging along and learning something from you experts.Would have to be good conditions to keep the wife and kids still interested!(Dont want to put them off)
I have 2 x 20 ltr Spare containers if there of any use (SHAGGY)
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Hi Sticky
That would be great save me trip up north, PM me your mobile and Ill give you a call.

You are welcome to come along for the trip I wount be going unless its like glass out there and Im no expert its my first trip to the Scillies

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