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Old 03 February 2014, 07:05   #11
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Other than slightly warmer, it's apparently been quite a normal winter here on the east coast of Scotland... To be fair, it's almost normal for summer
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Old 03 February 2014, 07:12   #12
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You Guys just have to make sure you you get out when there IS weather that suits!!!...
I know!I will!!
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Old 03 February 2014, 07:17   #13
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Old 05 February 2014, 19:10   #14
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I'm not sure what you expect, it is after all February, and we get shit weather around this time of year.
In view of the Armageddon that seems to be unfolding I was wondering if this was the understatement of the season.
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Old 06 February 2014, 02:03   #15
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In view of the Armageddon that seems to be unfolding I was wondering if this was the understatement of the season.
Has anyone got any experience in design and building of slipways ?

I am thinking of getting one underway in derbyshire . If I this average feb weather continues I will be living near the coast after all
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Old 06 February 2014, 02:35   #16
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Has anyone got any experience in design and building of slipways ?

I am thinking of getting one underway in derbyshire . If I this average feb weather continues I will be living near the coast after all
have a look at the Moelfre lifeboat Facebook page, some good tips on a new slipway there
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Old 06 February 2014, 03:42   #17
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have a look at the Moelfre lifeboat Facebook page, some good tips on a new slipway there
I am reasonably well on with my midlife crisis. Live as far from the sea as possible , so buy a rib when never even had a ride on one . Join a rib forum when never been on a forum before now you want me to start using Facebook !!!
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I am reasonably well on with my midlife crisis. Live as far from the sea as possible , so buy a rib when never even had a ride on one . Join a rib forum when never been on a forum before now you want me to start using Facebook !!!
You'll be tweeting and twerking by spring!
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Old 06 February 2014, 04:05   #19
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You guys, most of you are reasonably heathy and you're moaning about the weather, suck it up, why bother moaning about something you can't possibly do anything about
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You guys, most of you are reasonably heathy and you're moaning about the weather, suck it up, why bother moaning about something you can't possibly do anything about
+1 at least it's mild & we ain't head deep in snow. If this rain had fallen as snow it would be up to the rooftops.
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