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Old 31 May 2006, 17:58   #231
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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.
WHERE'S MY POLLACK?!!!!!!!!! It was a good weekend Brad, very much enjoyed your's and Andrea's company. Come again soon.
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Old 31 May 2006, 18:05   #232
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Only problem with boating all weekend is that I missed the bike and had to take this morning off for a ride .
Somehow this always happens , I rode to the coast and the sea was calm and the sun shining ,

Have a good IOM trip
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Old 31 May 2006, 18:21   #233
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Hugh caught a monster Pollack yesterday, which we all tucked into at midnight for the final supper - tasted great marinated in French Salad Dressing - good idea that one, Chef Jardon. Shame we didn't have any on the BBQ Monday afternoon, but the bananas were an excellent substitute - well done Mrs Alice.

Just dug the bike out of the garage and gave it a clean up. Now, just have to find my leathers and hope they still fit.
Gearchange on the left isn't it?

Enjoy the Scillies - will try to get online on IOM to see how you all get on.
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Old 31 May 2006, 18:26   #234
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Any news on Chris/Hugh and Kernow/ Jeffurry? Are they on or not?

'The Seat' will be making the trip
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Old 31 May 2006, 18:44   #235
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Sticky great meeting you and the family earlyer and a fantasic evening cruise from Pz to the Runnel Stone, hope you enjoyed it as much as we did, shame I didnt have my camera DOH

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Covered a total of 20nm Average speed was 27kts on the runs between waypoints my Yamaha 130 used approx. 23 litres of fuel.

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Old 31 May 2006, 18:50   #236
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After talking to Sticky Im going to leave my Trunk n Trailer at the Heliport as well, save a lot of hassel driving back to Hayle.

Shall I book Nippy Cabs to pick us (Kernow, Ranski, Sticky, Shaggy) up at the Heliport at say 10:00 for the return trip back to the Quay?

I am planning on getting to PZ for 08:45 (which means 09:00) on Sat morning to drop Spare RIB in and run preflight checks

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Old 31 May 2006, 19:14   #237
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ian - why do you say no towing watertoys between the islands ? who's going to stop us ?

brad - hugh stole the french dressing tip from me - bastard

alice - I phoned hugh and left a message - no response so far.
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Old 31 May 2006, 19:21   #238
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shaggy - waypoints can be downloaded from riblog or the thread about the christmas trip

but to be honest I'm going to pretty much ad hoc my way across this time just keeping the rout as backup incase fog sets in.
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Old 01 June 2006, 03:01   #239
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After talking to Sticky Im going to leave my Trunk n Trailer at the Heliport as well, save a lot of hassel driving back to Hayle.

Shall I book Nippy Cabs to pick us (Kernow, Ranski, Sticky, Shaggy) up at the Heliport at say 10:00 for the return trip back to the Quay

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Yeah, sounds good to me.
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Old 01 June 2006, 03:04   #240
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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
Hi Ian,

Yeah, we've got room for one or two passengers.
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