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Old 02 July 2004, 06:08   #1
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USS Enterprise - Solent This Weekend

The USS Enterprise is back in the solent, it arrived today and is here for 4 days. She is massive and well worth a look if you are in the Solent. She is anchored in Stokes Bay

Here are some pics of the last ship of this type to visit ...
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Old 02 July 2004, 06:42   #2
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bit windy at the minute


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Hmm the hem lines will be going up in Southsea then
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thought you were having your needs met at the moment?


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The USS Enterprise is back in the solent, it arrived today and is here for 4 days. She is massive and well worth a look if you are in the Solent. She is anchored in Stokes Bay

Here are some pics of the last ship of this type to visit ...
http://www.badviz.com/Galleries/SolentMay/index.htm

Who will be on the bridge? Kirk or Picard?


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Hmm the hem lines will be going up in Southsea then
Too right - also the more "professional" ladies will be getting the train down from london for the wekeend.

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Too right - the more "professional" ladies

It never ceases to amaze me the range of subjects we discuss on Ribnet
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It never ceases to amaze me the range of subjects we discuss on Ribnet
Very true - technically as rib owners you could categorise us as "sailors", who historically have not been notorious for their sobriety or chasteness, making us well qualified to discuss a wide range of topics .

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ps this of course in no way suggests that rib owners would have anything to do with the nocturnal activities of sailors who have just got off a long cruise !
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