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Old 14 May 2010, 04:08   #11
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hang on a minute ..... i'm in Gosport too (Haslar) and i'm relatively new to this too ....... would love to be involved in the (novice class)
You have to name your boat first!

Sounds like a meet should be planned at the Folly one fine day.......
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Old 14 May 2010, 04:20   #12
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Aaaah

the newbies all having a love in!

Give it a season and you'll be ribbing eachother at every opportunity!

Seriously though, happy boating, wish it was as busy up norf...sometimes!
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Old 14 May 2010, 05:09   #13
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Give it a season and you'll be ribbing eachother at every opportunity!
Season? Wait until Gossy gets a few scoops into himself again...

Still, he can show neilda how to raft and neilda can show him how a Man Works a Winch

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Old 14 May 2010, 05:31   #14
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Season? Wait until Gossy gets a few scoops into himself again...

Still, he can show neilda how to raft and neilda can show him how a Man Works a Winch

oooooh ..... someones done their homework .....
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Old 14 May 2010, 12:11   #15
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neilda can show him how a Man Works a Winch

Since my shoulder fell off in the Solent last year, I'm not convinced about my winching power at the moment!
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I'll give you all a wave if I see anyone tomorrow. I'll be launching from Haslar at about 10ish to do some fishing with my Son. We'll be catching bait at Fort No Mans Land and then cruising over to a mark off of Wooten. Keep an eye out for my RIBnet burgee.
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Sorry Andy, must have missed you today, we came the long way back from yarmouth this morning and came past the forts about 12.30.

couldnt believe the difference when we got to Bembridge, all the way around the back of the island it was flat calm, soon as we got to Bembridge and through the solent it was lumpy and horrible!!

Hope the fishing was good? there seems to be loads of boats out!
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Tabs. I keeps them.

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Sorry Andy, must have missed you today, we came the long way back from yarmouth this morning and came past the forts about 12.30.

couldnt believe the difference when we got to Bembridge, all the way around the back of the island it was flat calm, soon as we got to Bembridge and through the solent it was lumpy and horrible!!

Hope the fishing was good? there seems to be loads of boats out!
We didn't see anyone we knew. We were there at Fort No Mans Land, South of the Channel. The only RIB that came near was a Brig with a 200 verado on the back, look quite beamy boats.

Anyway the Mackerel where slow and only managed 3, run out of time to go fishing proper, so had some fun with the Ferries instead

Did spy an old Cira WWII MTB without the torpedo tubes on. And went over to say Hi to a load of girls celebrating a Hen do on a Thames style barge.
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We didn't see anyone we knew.
dats cuz yew towld uz orl wher yewd bee yew nobbur


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