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Old 09 December 2005, 05:09   #21
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so yes, Tim M + 1 on Cormorant

Edit: Ps how much is mooring at the folly?
I think my crew paid 3 last time we were there. Sorry for the mistake.

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Old 09 December 2005, 06:49   #22
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I think my crew paid 3 last time we were there. Sorry for the mistake.

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Old 09 December 2005, 12:22   #23
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It's Ian M + 0 I'm afraid. Whilst I'm well 'ard my occassional crew arn't quite so .......well 'ard!
I have yet to pay mooring fees at the Folly! Have I just been lucky???????
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Old 10 December 2005, 03:14   #24
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Metoffice..........Inshore waters.......


Selsey Bill to Lyme Regis.

24 hour forecast:
Wind: south becoming variable 3 or less.
Weather: fair, some mist.
Visibility: moderate or good, becoming poor at times.
Sea State: slight.
Outlook for the following 24 hours:
Wind: variable 3 or less.
Weather: fair, some mist.
Visibility: moderate or good, but poor at times.
Sea State: slight.
See you on the Solent and in the Folly.
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Paul, I've got to know. Did you get THAT photo of B & Q? I missed it damn it
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Was a very good "jolly to the folly" me and Pete had a great day.
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"jolly to the folly"
That's an excellent description of a wonderful day out Tim!

Our weekend started really well with Martin, Howard, JWalker and Sheila coming round to Pompey Friday night for dins out.

Then yesterday. Chris and Chris organised some perfect weather for a Solent blast and challenged all us Solent Wussies to show up!

Carly Baby (extreme as ever ) led the way with the Birdman navigating, and the crew of Explosion were munching bacon butties in Cowes while some of us were still at home searching for drysuits!

We had the lovely company of Jeff and Sheila on Merlin as we headed off on silky blue seas to catch up at The Folly. Great to meet Carl's Bro again also ! and the gang. Ian M! Nice to meet you too! (We don't have a photo of 'the moment' but we should have some other nice ones ) Tim M and Pete were none the worse for wear (from general 'studenty things' ).

Lovely lunch in the blazing sunshine, then off we went and ...
Gandalf helmed Merlin home !!!! Upon which it became apparent that inside jw is definitely a boy racer!!!! OK I'm in trouble now

BTW I carried around a CD of Pauly's photos for a certain PB Instructor (who needs them for his website) all day long and didn't spot ya anywhere ! Never mind, they are still safe

As we were steaming back across the Eastern Solent in a beautiful sunset, who should emerge from Pompey but Tony & Holly in Xanthus! So we cruised home together and a gang of us met again for tea, cappucinos and chat. Oh and grub

Thanks for visiting us JW and SW and hope you'll be down again soon.
Thanks for a lovely day out Chris and Chris and look forward to the New Year blast Lovely day, Lovely company. Himself will get to the photos eventually.

Magic !

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Thanks for a great day out, as a Ribnet virgin I was well impressed by the friendly and accepting atmosphere. CJL thanks for organising the day. I look forward to meeting you all again.
What's more, the anti freeze we took onboared seemed to work
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Nice to meet the new faces and as always the old ones too.
Thanks to Carl for the lift in Explosion (goodness me it's quick!)

Some pictures what I took.
The first lot are of Explosion.....my ride for the day (cheers Carly Baby)
1....Brass Monkeys
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