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Old 25 August 2011, 05:31   #51
Country: UK - England
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Originally Posted by alystra View Post
the dinghy's only 1.8m
That's not a dinghy, it's a haemorrhoid cushion.

Speaking of tricky. The 'Mollulan slop', as I refer to it, can be very entertaining. Akin to a small shore dump. We saw a guy rowing in in a small GRP dinghy one afternoon, when the 'slop' was firing. I told my lot to 'look up'. The dinghy nosed dived and flipped over leaving the guy out of sight under it. His family ran to his assistance, he was pretty shaken up.

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Old 25 August 2011, 06:44   #52
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Fair point Comes back to common sense. I thought I was the person in the advert parking in the far corner of the car park in the corner under the light (but not trees - birds ugh) so that at least only one side could be attacked. Drives my wife mad. Mind you I don't like to anchor too near other boats either so the Air Show was borderline stressful!
excellent....but get treatment-quickly....or you may end up as mad as me

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