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Old 27 December 2012, 11:06   #41
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Old 28 December 2012, 04:23   #42
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Hihi did not yet try these fine Ales!!! Living in Belgium I would like you to invite over here (take your rib and do cross the channel to Nieuwpoort) and try our excellent beers (trappistes, blonds (no not the girls) and dark beers) Maybe you can spend one night over bcoz either you will not find the way back to the UK or you would like more the next day
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Yes the english ales were very good. Have sampled a few of your own excellent ales.
Would love to come to Belgium. Perhaps a bit far in my rib - over 700 miles from me in Northern Ireland. But who knows.
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Old 28 December 2012, 04:31   #43
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Yes the english ales were very good. Have sampled a few of your own excellent ales.
Would love to come to Belgium. Perhaps a bit far in my rib - over 700 miles from me in Northern Ireland. But who knows.

same with me if I had to go to Northern Ireland!!!! But you can drive your rib to Dover or Southampton or anywhere on the south coast. And we can meet in the middle!!! Sharing the sun (hopefully), the water (of the sea) and some nice blondes (yes the beers guys, if you can bring other blonds they are welcome too ofcoz). Let me know when. Oh I do own a GPS chartplotter, coordinates will do!!!!!
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Apart from the ferry crossing, thats a heck of a tow to south coast. Biggest problem is i have no road trailer or car that would pull it. I use a tractor with a launch cradle to bring into yard
Easiest option would be about 3/4 day sail. Would need to give that some thought.
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Looks Good Mick...But I was thinking by RIB
Definately looking into getting over there to visit my Great Grandfather's grave on the Centenerey of the Great War....like I suspect a Good few others.
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Nice couple of 'Spyderco's',Quality Sleeping Bag for any Camping trips next year a small Daisey-airgun (to teach my Grandson to Shoot..and most importantly Gun Saftey).. This way his Mum Can't moan!! Oh, and a nice I-POD player for the Boat.
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Hihi did not yet try these fine Ales!!! Living in Belgium I would like you to invite over here (take your rib and do cross the channel to Nieuwpoort) and try our excellent beers (trappistes, blonds (no not the girls) and dark beers) Maybe you can spend one night over bcoz either you will not find the way back to the UK or you would like more the next day
Hoping to get across to Bruges for a few days in April, beer sampling
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Carinthian Wilderness.. Realy Great piece of kit
Going to get you out and about next year??
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Jesus where are you going very far north or south
Don't take your PJ's you'll cook

Hope to be out a bit more but it's a work thing

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