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Old 10 June 2006, 05:11   #41
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c. You may get used to my humor one day
!!!!!!!!! We haven't!
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Old 10 June 2006, 07:22   #42
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Old 10 June 2006, 11:12   #43
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Congrats, Codprawn.

Glad the trip went OK. Enjoy the new toy.

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Old 10 June 2006, 13:03   #44
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Thanks everyone - still trying to recover - being kept waiting from 6.30am until about 11.30 in baking hot sunshine with no food or drink really doesn't do you any good at all.......

Will be posting photos soon.
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a: You are NOT a Yank
b. Give me a Yank over a Yorkshire man any day
c. You may get used to my humor one day

There we are - even used some Yank spelling to appease our mates over the pond!!!
Hi Codders
Again good job. on the trip. HOWEVER: take right hand, grasp ankle firmly, pull hard and remove foot from mouth. My family town is "Redcar, Yorks." Your sense of humour is ??????. Have not seen anything funny so far. Please keep trying and suggest engaging brain before touching keyboard.
Regards, L.
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Old 10 June 2006, 14:09   #46
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My family town is "Redcar, Yorks."
They've moved it to Cleveland now
Hey, codders, what's this about being left out in the sun with no food and water... sounds like you've had a tour in Iraq!
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Old 10 June 2006, 22:28   #47
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They've moved it to Cleveland now
Hey, codders, what's this about being left out in the sun with no food and water... sounds like you've had a tour in Iraq!
I think a tour of Iraq would have been a lot more pleasant - at least I would have been allowed to shoot the locals!!!
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Again good job. on the trip. HOWEVER: take right hand, grasp ankle firmly, pull hard and remove foot from mouth. My family town is "Redcar, Yorks." Your sense of humour is ??????. Have not seen anything funny so far. Please keep trying and suggest engaging brain before touching keyboard.
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I know where you are from originally which is why I mentioned it - I was JOKING!!!
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Old 11 June 2006, 03:32   #49
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Well done on finally getting the Codcraft into your hands.

Here's to a great summer with her.

Look forward to seeing some pics on the water.
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Phoned the national yachtline and sent off the forms - I am claiming back anyway.

Did you need to talk to the local office at all or was all the process and payment handled by yachtline?
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