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Old 07 May 2008, 14:08   #21
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Any body know if there is morring at RibX for visitors
i am taking three non boaters over on Friday
i did not want to cause them to much stress with the mooring up
Neil's right but it might be worth knowing that you must be prepared to raft if necessary. I guess the earlier you arrive, the greater the chance that you'll be alongside the pontoon.

See you there!

P.S. Are you able to help out at all on the BIBOA stand?
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Old 07 May 2008, 14:08   #22
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hoping to get there in little 4m avon all the way from Christchurch on sunday - thats if the kids are up to it as the plan is to spend all day Saturday on the water - first real decent forecast for a weekend this year - just about the right time I reckon !
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Old 07 May 2008, 14:35   #23
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I believe the 12 mooring fee this year includes entry, a hog roast and a goody bag.
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Old 08 May 2008, 07:53   #24
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Will watch out for the Avon on Sunday, as going over myself from either Poole or Christchurch. Watch out for the pink cow!
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Old 08 May 2008, 15:18   #25
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Neil's right but it might be worth knowing that you must be prepared to raft if necessary. I guess the earlier you arrive, the greater the chance that you'll be alongside the pontoon.

See you there!

P.S. Are you able to help out at all on the BIBOA stand?
Hi Louise
Friday might be a push as they are coming as my guests
but with luck i will be over again on Sat if so i would love to do a shift
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Old 08 May 2008, 18:58   #26
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Our stand is next to the bar, so there's no excuse not to come and say hi!
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Old 09 May 2008, 02:45   #27
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I'll be there on Friday (today) thanks to a lift. Look forward to meeting old friends and haveing some thrills (thanks Andre)

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We'll be launching at the Camber some time soon after 09:30 on Sunday.

If anyone wants to meet up and go over together just let me know.

Will also have a spare seat on board.

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blimey, I didn't realise RIBex had been going that long!

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Last day today. We couldn't have wished for better weather!
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