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Old 21 September 2005, 19:46   #21
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Well, thankyou for the kind offers of rides etc, however, having spoken to our illustrious university commodore, he has refused to let me borrow the rib. However, he has said that he thinks he might "pop along for a thrash in the solent"

So, The ribcraft 4.8 with myself, laser (rich) and Chris our boss ( ) will be there trying to keep up with you lot!
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Old 22 September 2005, 03:03   #22
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Hope that means boating Jimbo.

Looking forward to seeing the Uni Rig.

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Old 22 September 2005, 05:52   #23
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Hello Fellow Ribsters

Hi Guy's & Doll's

Well it is good to back on line, pc gremlins have plaged me for some time now. Hopefully it is now sorted out. I know I have not been around much but have tried to keep as upto date as possible.

Paul & Kathleen I hope france was great fun? I do not think we will be able to make this weekend due to work but I might be able to get out during the week now; as new shift patterns give me more time during the week.

Hope to see you all at the church soon.

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Old 22 September 2005, 09:17   #24
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Paul & Kathleen I hope france was great fun?
It was indeed Kevin! Trying to write up what we remember here To St. Malo and Beyond - July 2005 when we get a chance.



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Sorry to hear you won't be free but please give Paul a shout if it's weekdays. You have our number. Hope to see ye soon and definitely at the Church!

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Old 22 September 2005, 16:06   #25
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So someone remind me why i sold Zippy!???

Thanks for the kind offer P & K. Hope to be free and able to join the trip. will have to dig out my waterproofs. its been ages since they had an outing!
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Jimbo is the offer of a seat still open?

From this Thursday I can call my self a proper Solent RIBer....moving in on Thursday (very scared...)
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Old 25 September 2005, 15:32   #27
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Jimbo is the offer of a seat still open?

From this Thursday I can call my self a proper Solent RIBer....moving in on Thursday (very scared...)
Er, well, the starboard tube is still open! More than welcome. At the moment there are 4 of us (including Tim!) in a 4.8 ribcraft, so we're praying for bad weather to really check it out
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Very welcome Zippy


Tim it will be good to meet ye!

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Old 25 September 2005, 15:59   #29
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Er, well, the starboard tube is still open! More than welcome. At the moment there are 4 of us (including Tim!) in a 4.8 ribcraft, so we're praying for bad weather to really check it out
Just 3 of us on Merlin so we can help if you want Jimbo

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now this should be interesting with 4 in our ribcraft, nice and cosy eh!!

Ull be fine at uni tim, u make friends straight away no problems. Hope we will be seeing you at the dinghy club.

looks like the weather will be kind!!
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