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Old 03 September 2017, 04:59   #1
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Mary Poppins goes Boating

Went out the other day and had the opportunity to try my addition to the little rib...... Some might say I look a real twit..... I would not necessarily disagree. But it does a job

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Old 03 September 2017, 05:09   #2
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...... Some might say I look a real twit.....
Some might, I wouldn't

As you say if it dates the job....but what that matter with a waterproof?

Might be a problem if the wind gets up, or you put some speed on
Think it will rust quickly in salty air.

Often seen people on the Dart poncing up to Dittisham in fancy Ribeyes and Brigs with golfing umbrellas in a bit of drizzle to keep their "ladies" hairstyles immaculate for their long and liquid lunches before weaving their way back down.
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Some might, I wouldn't

As you say if it dates the job....but what that matter with a waterproof?

Might be a problem if the wind gets up, or you put some speed on
Think it will rust quickly in salty air.

Often seen people on the Dart poncing up to Dittisham in fancy Ribeyes and Brigs with golfing umbrellas in a bit of drizzle to keep their "ladies" hairstyles immaculate for their long and liquid lunches before weaving their way back down.
Waterproof........ Its a sunshade not a brolly......
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