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Old 13 December 2001, 09:08   #11
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Transcript of radio transmission overheard recently, believed to have originated from inside a Fairline Targa in the Channel Islands:

"Hello Kettle, this is Pot. You're black. Over."



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Old 13 December 2001, 11:20   #12
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Old 13 December 2001, 13:06   #13
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John, I am amazed I carried it off for so long..... heh, heh!
Buy the Targa so that I can order my new Rib.
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stealth stove...

word has it you still prefer the old coal model to cook with, on your Targa...
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Old 19 December 2001, 07:15   #15
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All this talk of cookers, microwaves, hot food, showers and whatnot...if you can't bear to leave your house, then stay at home! Why take your house out on the water with you??

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Old 19 December 2001, 09:59   #16
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Old 19 December 2001, 11:31   #17
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Hi folks

For previous thread re thing you CAN put on a RIB see:

http://rib.net/forum/showthread.php?...ghlight=shower

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Old 19 December 2001, 13:39   #18
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OT...Keith...

Here's your chance to move up to a real RIB...fold it and tuck in the the boot...www.hydranova.com , drive into the send off in style...
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Real Rib, yes.

However...

...I recon that I'm the only member of BIBOA who actualy qualifies to be a member!

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