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Old 09 November 2004, 06:42   #21
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Just for you Missus!! Went up to Patricks bridge to collect my brother, East ferry for lunch and then out past Roches Pt. heading for the Old Head turned back when we realised we weren't gonna get any waves & chased the wake of a few ships leaving the harbour. Then it was back to Cronins in Xhaven for a few pints
Wow that brings back some fine memories for me to!
Wot a fine area for boating!

As for Christmas for me... a nice blonde who has is a kin to a barn door in a force 8

Now back to reality a nice dry suit would do nicely

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Old 09 November 2004, 14:42   #22
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Just for you Missus!! Went up to Patricks bridge to collect my brother, East ferry for lunch and then out past Roches Pt. heading for the Old Head turned back when we realised we weren't gonna get any waves & chased the wake of a few ships leaving the harbour. Then it was back to Cronins in Xhaven for a few pints
That's more like it

Probably much easier getting to Patrick's Bridge by RIB although I wonder what Fr. Matthew thinks never mind the boys from Fair Hill.

All sounds great. And I love to see photos too.

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Old 09 November 2004, 15:11   #23
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No photos this time I'm afraid, kept the hands in the gloves to keep em warm!! Here's some from earlier this yr to keep you happy

1) Blackrock Castle
2) Inside Haulbowline Naval Base
3) Lee Rowing Club
4) Páirc Uí Caoimh
5) Leaving it rip along the banks of the River Lee
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Old 09 November 2004, 15:14   #24
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By the Banks...

Christmas just came early.

Thanks a lot Steve.

Love Blackrock...and the other familiar sights.

Maith thu

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