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Old 22 May 2006, 08:50   #71
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better had, i want your 21 prop!!!!!!! will be good to see ya again and dont worry, the campsite will be full of northerners, i will probably be the only southerner again i suspect! good job they are such a friendly bunch,
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As long as it's a balmy 20+ degrees, yep I'll pop up. That's Bandit country up there the other side of the Nare. Might slip the Winchester onboard just incase.
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Old 22 May 2006, 16:58   #72
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I can bring some waterskis, kneeboards, ringo, beer and err almost forgot, a RIB!

Will be there Friday - Tuesday, but probably late arriving on Friday as I have a meeting in North Wales on Friday morning, which will undoubtedly drag on.
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Old 22 May 2006, 17:01   #73
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Iam going to take friday off and hopefully get there early , well miday . May be time for a bit of fishing or a trip around the bay if the missus gets her ass moving too
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Old 23 May 2006, 06:11   #74
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On another note the weather looks to improve around Monday the 5th to 18th June, a High pressure will "hopefully" extend up from the Azores.


Monday 29th May to Sunday 4th June

“Becoming a little drier”

Rising pressure across the southwest will encourage west to northwesterly winds across much of the UK. This will continue to peg temperatures back. In fact, some areas will still be prone to a touch of ground frost in clearing skies.

Drier conditions are expected to move in as the week goes on with longer spells of sunshine developing, especially in the south and west.

Monday 5th to Sunday 18th June

“Largely fine and dry”

With high pressure extending across most parts of the UK, it looks like we should get a proper taste of summer at long last.

It will be largely dry and despite the winds continuing to feed in from the west or northwest, with light winds, it will feel decidedly pleasant in any sunshine. The best of which will once again be in the south and west.
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Old 23 May 2006, 09:32   #75
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5 th june my birthday
Oh no its a monday and i will be 4?
That bloody sun had better shine , well i could wish for a day off but would probably have more chance of being struck by lightening .
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Old 23 May 2006, 11:15   #76
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I've not totally ruled out the camping idea myself. The crappy weather might lead to a few cancellations on the site. Are you gonna make an appearance Shaggy?
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Going to stick local for the first outing of the season in case i need me Aux outboard

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Old 23 May 2006, 12:06   #78
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Going to stick local for the first outing of the season in case i need me Aux outboard

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If you wanted to bung in at Mylor we could pair up. You'd have a V6 Aux then.
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Old 23 May 2006, 12:19   #79
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If things did go tits up it would ruin your day too having to tow me back to Mylor

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No it wouldn't! Think of the mileage she'd get out of that
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