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Old 24 September 2009, 04:24   #21
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Had the tour by Christopher, superb

Why don't you lot get a date set and have a winter Ribnet meet down there.

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Sounds like a corker of an idea. We would make a special trip over the channel for a Winter RIBfest complete with guided tour and sticky buns.

What else is there around that we could squeeze into the programme?
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Henshaws in the morning, pub lunch and trip to Ribcraft up the road for afternoon tea
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Does your moody need tubes Pete?
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Does your moody need tubes Pete?
No, I don't need a big fender cos I don't crash into things when I park it

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For that remark I insist you do a reverse parallel park with your main sail up using only your aux
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A big thankyou to Chris for taking time out this morning to show me round his operation . Very impressive set up & interesting to see the types and scale of work he is doing.

Very interested in the full retube for a small puncture on the rear cone of one boat !

Particularlty impressed by the work for the Dutch ! Never seen 18m tubes up close before.

Very worthwhile for anyone with an interest or who may need tubing work done in the future. Hopefully mine will hold out for a few more years before they will need replacing, but I'd feel very confident in any of the work he or his team under take .

Thanks again

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