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Old 31 May 2006, 11:31   #221
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Seen christmas trip

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sticky go and have a look at my RIBlog web site at www.riblog.co.uk

Its kind of a ships log ive been keeping since i ordered my current RIB - theres a entry for the last trip we did to the Scilly Isles on Christmas Eve last year - and we did go via the seven stones reef that time go see the pictures http://www.riblog.co.uk/blog/index.p...stmas-Eve.html

speak to you later...
Hi Roy I thought it looked great Bit concerned about the lebonese chap u had on board!!!!! entering Hugh town.
Weather looked calm.Will it be similar conditions this weekend?
U probably wont get me tonight as Im meeting Shaggy at pz 1830 to try out the boat prior to scilly trip.
Appreciate your replies helps me with answers to clares questions.

P.s Name: Andy
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Old 31 May 2006, 13:55   #222
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Ian - you must be still hung over...

If you read back a few posts you will see I've allready sorted all this out.
So many posts . I just logged on and saw the last page with ref to BBQ and limpets etc and presumed it was talk about the weekend just gone .
That magners has pickled my brain . Teatotal again from now on .

Just an idea here , caja has a small dingy packs up to nothing and holds 2 men . is it worth taking to land the last person to tie up . There is a landing stage so all but one rib will OK .

Roy I guess you could paddle ashore on the big towable?
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Old 31 May 2006, 16:29   #223
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dinghy, towable, water taxi, swim, etc

I'm not bothered - I'm sure something will work when we get there...
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Old 31 May 2006, 17:02   #224
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Roy no water taxi for sure mybe 100yd to get ashore .
Have read the posts now and caut up I hope .

A few things come to mind .
I guess the camp site on bryher is ok for the numbers going ?

Water toys wakeboards etc , not sure where you will be able use them exept for well offshore of the islands .certainly between the islands would not be possible .

Not sure who wants passengers but Caja is desperate to come , says she is missing Amy and Kareena is also up for it if there is room .

I also have a load of fuel cans and the 25L tank for my SIB if it helps anyone out .

I have 2 big metal 20l cans a plastic 10l and a few 5l
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Old 31 May 2006, 17:03   #225
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We've got a ten bob Trago's dinghy which I could take. Our QS 2.3m I'm reluctant to drag out there as it takes up room which I can ill afford to lose. I really don't mind slinging the hook and swimming. Speaking of hooks, can we all make sure that we appropriately equipped in that dept. Not keen on half of SW Ribsters hanging off mine. Ian, are you thinking sibbing out or hopping on a Rib?
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Old 31 May 2006, 17:09   #226
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Would like to hop on a rib and pay the fuel if anyone has room .
SIB would be useful out there but could be a right pain with my crew should it get a little rough .
I can't imagine 30 miles of sea like Monday coming back from Scilly

Sounds like we got similar Trago dingys , wan't a race
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Old 31 May 2006, 17:16   #227
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Would like to hop on a rib and pay the fuel if anyone has room .
SIB would be useful out there but could be a right pain with my crew should it get a little rough .
I can't imagine 30 miles of sea like Monday coming back from Scilly

Sounds like we got similar Trago dingys , wan't a race
As mentioned, you are very welcome to hop on with us. I can comfortably seat 5. At the mo my son Joseph, is wriggling as he has a cricket match on Sat morn. If he cops out then Milly is likely too aswell which would be a shame. It'll leave more space though.
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Old 31 May 2006, 17:38   #228
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Sounds good to me . Bob was also looking for a pasenger or two I believe so between you we would probably all be able to go .
If I don't take my boat it will be flat sea all the way , if i do it will turn out rough , sods law.

If anyone fancy's a SIB ride over (free of charge ) I will take it and plant the family on another boat . There is so much to see and get close to out there that would be good in the sib
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Old 31 May 2006, 17:54   #229
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I'm getting very envious reading all these posts, having just got home from a great extended weekend in your territory. Thanks to Alice, Bob, Roy, Ian, Hugh Jardon & families for making the weekend very enjoyable.
Hope you all have a great time and hope Roy's BBQ does the trick. If you need some grub for the BBQ, I've stuffed a boxful of rotting mackerel under Hugh Jardon's caravan.
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Old 31 May 2006, 17:55   #230
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Any news on Chris/Hugh and Kernow/ Jeffurry? Are they on or not?
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