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Old 16 November 2005, 05:49   #21
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Old 16 November 2005, 15:04   #22
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Thanks everyone.


Nash LOL LOL

A few of us had a good giggle tonite at your post.

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Old 19 November 2005, 05:00   #23
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Thanks for all cheques submitted. Cool (Solent) dudes

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Lurcher will not attend owing to tenting commitments over running , you can all come and help us down at Port Solent afterwards as I expect we will still be there up to our necks in mud etc . Have a good one .
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Old 19 November 2005, 09:07   #25
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Cool!!!

Look forward to the finished results!

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Old 19 November 2005, 20:01   #26
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cappucinos and rosé

Very nice evening's planning in Port Solent (well 5 mins' planning and the rest socialising ) resulted in prize decisions for the 5th and a surprise visit by the one & only Nasher

Bogib we half expected you to show up out of the blue (lagoon)

Pete 7.5 was doing things in the attic.

Please keep deposit cheques coming in so we can fund these nights out (only jokin)

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Sorry about the flying visit last night guys, had something to sort out.

Wasn't expecting you to be eating either!

Hope it all went OK

Be in touch soon.

Did you get my cheque by the way?

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Old 20 November 2005, 12:31   #28
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Nice to see you last night Nash.

Top night with the Solent crew !

Will post a list of cheques received as soon as we've picked them up from work tomorrow.

But you'll probably be guest of honour anyway

Hightower is designing a permanent Church Trophy to be presented each month for the biggest feck-up.

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Very nice evening's planning in Port Solent (well 5 mins' planning and the rest socialising ) resulted in prize decisions for the 5th and a surprise visit by the one & only Nasher

Bogib we half expected you to show up out of the blue (lagoon)

Pete 7.5 was doing things in the attic.

Please keep deposit cheques coming in so we can fund these nights out (only jokin)

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I could have taken the course south east.......... just to see how quick the sea route is from Reykjavik to Solent......................... at least I was ribbing........ well perhaps JK would rather like me trying crossing on a Valiant 4.9 with Mercury 55 Sea Pro with self bailer, toobs, not petrol sucker

I would have liked to be with you last night........ looking forward to Dec. 5th told María Erla about this today she will have a trip to go

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well perhaps JK would rather like me trying crossing on a Valiant 4.9 with Mercury 55 Sea Pro
To be honest, I don't care what boat you use. I'm not really bothered what boat anyone uses.

I think your current plan is completely mad and I think the boat will probably sink. I don't have any problem with it personally though, and I'll be interested to see how you get on. I'll be very happy for you if you succeed.

As for the Valiant, I don't think you'd manage to physically get enough fuel aboard -- but you'd be less likely to sink without trace!

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