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Old 25 November 2004, 14:40   #1
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All welcome to join the hardy ones on the lake in Feb whilst we can still raise a ripple or two.
Early Saturday Feb 5th with a stop over, and Sunday till lunchtime.
Some of us will hopefully be staying at the Low Wood Hotel with launch facilities, secure parking and excellent leisure/pampering facilities for the softies.
It may be a few weeks off but am advised to book early.
Could be one last chance to show the lakes a real rib rally!
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Old 26 November 2004, 07:58   #2
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Although you responded on the thread for Dec 20th I thought we should keep things separate for the Feb bash so will update on progress here.

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Old 26 November 2004, 09:02   #3
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Sounds interesting, however,.........

...........what about permits and displaying numbers etc ?
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Go to ferry nab, they'll sort out the lake permit and numbers, which is valid for a year.

Stick a sticker on your console and hang some numbers off the side. Ive got to boards which i stick the numbers too and hang over the tube.
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Old 27 November 2004, 08:50   #5
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The general idea is that the 'Wirralians' will leave in convoy 6.00ish Sat am for the lakes which would give us best part of the day on the water, stop overnight and return Sund. afternoon.



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Old 27 November 2004, 13:20   #6
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...........what about permits and displaying numbers etc ?
Dont worry about it.... It not like your gonna be botherd if they ban you from the lake again... Unless you like the idea of 10mph?

I think you will like it up there... the waves are just your size..
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we have got the permits etc. so it looks like we could be up for the february bash.

nice little national trust coffee shop at the south end that we usually stop at mid afternoon, lets hope the weather is good.
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Old 29 November 2004, 04:37   #8
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we have got the permits etc.

Do they photocopy well?
Only joking, I'm starting to sound like Jono.
I guess if there's enough of us ploughing up and down the lake, we might make a big enough wave to interest the wild bunch eh Mr G?
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Last time I asked, I think it was 46 for the required permit (annual) and then 10 for each launch/recovery. If you launch/recover on the same day, they just charge you once. They'll also sell you the numbers for 6. I think that includes car parking at Ferry Nab as well - but wouldn't swear to it.

I've got the stuff at home, so I'll confirm/deny later on!!

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I was hoping they might do a weekend permit as this is a one-off for a lot of us.

Keep us posted Dylan on what you unearth!
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