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Old 11 December 2005, 18:26   #51
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Spot on !

Nice idea the CD. What about the the KLF?

Oh and Grumpy, Carly Baby only looks a hundred in that photo because he had his work do the night before. They're still putting Gunwharf back together

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Old 11 December 2005, 18:31   #52
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there are also a fair number of gray wisen old farts as well ?
I think the piccy of Paul is with him wearing his hat.. Though it's hard to tell..
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Old 11 December 2005, 18:40   #53
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Now i am confused i always thought Carly baby was a bird ?
and where is ian in the pics
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Old 12 December 2005, 02:37   #54
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Is it a bird, is it on the plane...

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Now i am confused i always thought Carly baby was a bird ?
If you mean is he a lady, no he isn't Bit more of a Captain Outrageous at times
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and where is ian in the pics
Ian M is clearly there twice (at least ) Have a look at Post #41 and # 49

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Sorry if my last post came across as being rude it was not intended to
merely intrested and why well just to simply conect a face and boat to a name
when looking at your pics


God i must be bored i am starting to be nice to people
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Rude??!! Let me tell you what rude is.
Having got back from the jaunt on Saturday, I prepared to wash the boat down. I carefully took my mobile out of its aqua pac and put it on my belt just in case anyone should want to speak to me - there are some! I then made with the hose. To cut a long story short, where should I spot my mobile.........yes, in the aft drain well, which by this time was full of water. Boy was I rude Bloody belt clips.
Mind you, I think that mentioning Glenfiddich in polite company is pretty close to the knuckle too. Highland Park, Laphroig, Macallan, even Glenlivet, but Glenfiddich............
Come to think of it, the 'grey and wisen' might have something to do with all this; it was only a couple of nips the night before, honest
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great day, great pics, and remember everyone you can do it when you b&q it.
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and remember everyone you can do it when you b&q it.
Oh yes, care to expand on that a little, rumour has it you been under Ellen MacArthur what was the view like
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very roomy,plenty of room for robin and i
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very roomy,plenty of room for robin and i
The question is, was it roomy, or did you just not fill the available space

It's a fairly impressive bit of boat, for those interested in saily things!
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