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Old 10 July 2006, 12:07   #21
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Obviously if any hardy individuals want to continue with plan A we'll be pi***d off if the weather breaks, but will enjoy waving out of the pub window otherwise.Nasher.
The rain has gone this far in an hour. However the French will still have some in reserve to send our way later.
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pub it is then. Grass skirts and shirts at the ready.

See you all later
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Old 10 July 2006, 13:17   #23
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We're a bit tired after our brill weekend on the Island of Wight but will show up nonetheless as tcwozere has kindly suggested giving us a lift.

Lairy-ish shirt ready for Paul and ye can forget about anything made from grass ! Although I might locate a pair of pink wellies

See y'all later! The Jedi arrive at 8.00

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OOOps sorry we did not make it!

Hope you all had great time and see you all soon.

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Well we celebrated Andy's birthday in style! Belated congrats Andy!!!

And Paul received another pressie from Mark Halliday which kept SOME PEOPLE amused all night!!!


But outfits of the evening were definitely Kathryn and Kevin who were sporting lairy shirt & grass SKIRTS !!! Yes for Kev was sporting a very fetching grass number AND managed to look extremely macho at the same time!!!! There is photo evidence somewhere!!!

Nice to meet some old friends and a few new peeps too !!!Including the principal of a new sea school, John. And we had some brief discussion about the trip to Brittany

Top night Nash Thanks for the lift Tony

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Where do I start!

Thanks guys for the very warm reception you gave for my very belated 40th Birthday.

Cake, Candles, Champagne, Card and Grass Skirt and Paul taking pot shots with his anti-mouse missile launcher .

As one or two of you might know I've not had the greatest of times lately for one reason or other which made this a very special occasion for me and gave me a terrific pick-me-up. I really need to get Kohaku back in the wet stuff as I'm missing the Solent Action.

Got some funny looks for wearing the Grass Skirt though, particularly from one of the attractive Bar Staff when paying for some drinks when something other than my wallet nearly came from underneath .

Thanks Kathleen for your efforts and Pink accessory handbag this Evening, it really meant a lot.

Thanks also to Katherine for the Loan of the Grass Skirt.
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great night

We looked just as strange being first in the pub!!! but thanks eveeryone for GREAT NIGHT.


Yes there is photo evidence !

Thanks Pete 7 for the lift home, most appreciated.
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Hi Guy's & Doll's

I have some piccy's from last night. How do I load them ?
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A VERY Dashing HighTower

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Hi Guy's & Doll's

I have some piccy's from last night. How do I load them ?
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I think I saw you taking them on your phone, if it has bluetooth, and you have bluetooth on your computer, most likely will be a USB dongle then you could bluetooth them to your computer then upload them, failing that send the picture as a picture message to me and I'll upload them for you. I'll PM you my mobile number.
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