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Old 17 February 2014, 17:02   #11
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Applecross. Now there's a place. Is there still that wonderful bakery on the camp site?

Did fabulous bread in the morning and used the same ovens in the evening to produce a superb pizza.
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We came from Poole harbour in our 26' cruiser, the swell was higher than the boat and the wife never flinched, just sat stroking the dog, she's either brave or not wired up right ..

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Applecross. Now there's a place. Is there still that wonderful bakery on the camp site?

Did fabulous bread in the morning and used the same ovens in the evening to produce a superb pizza.
I was at Applecross on a outward bound course when Elvis died, August/September '77, been back a few times since and stayed for 2weeks at that campsite
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We came from Poole harbour in our 26' cruiser, the swell was higher than the boat and the wife never flinched, just sat stroking the dog, she's either brave or not wired up right ..

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We came from Poole harbour in our 26' cruiser, the swell was higher than the boat and the wife never flinched, just sat stroking the dog, she's either brave or not wired up right ..

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Funny that. The Leader of the Opposition sailed thousands of miles with me and never flinched but whenever I got into the tender and got it on the plane she'd wither me with a look that could kill...

Don't mention a couple of pillion-riding jet-ski experiences to her either.

In all seriousness, this season will be our first with the RIB and I expect she'll be very happy to join in unless it's seriously lumpy, or I persistently 'bounce' her out of the back seat. I expect the season to consist of a mixture of lads 'away-days' (weekends) and some more social excursions including Round Anglesey and Round IOW.

She'll do the IOM trip with me if it's settled.
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She's not sat with me now Kerny, my romance has just died :-(

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She's in the kitchen sharpening some knives apparently !!!!

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