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Old 18 November 2005, 16:43   #81
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Ive sorted a driver now but if you want to come out your welcome. I will be launching from mylor between 10-11am.
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Thank you for your kind offer, but the surf was pumping today so gona go for a wave in the morning, have a great day all and see you in the evening

Cheers Shaggy
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Old 18 November 2005, 16:52   #82
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Fuel at both Mylor & Falmouth. looking forward to seeing you.
Is the Harbour Master's new fuel pontoon now online in Fal? The only petrol on the water was Mylor.
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Old 18 November 2005, 16:56   #83
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Thank you for your kind offer, but the surf was pumping today so gona go for a wave in the morning, have a great day all and see you in the evening

Cheers Shaggy
First bit of offshore for a while, is it gonna hang around for Sunday Shag?
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Old 18 November 2005, 17:14   #84
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Is the Harbour Master's new fuel pontoon now online in Fal? The only petrol on the water was Mylor.
I went to look last weekend and they had put it into the yacht haven. so I had to go round to Mylor
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Old 18 November 2005, 17:30   #85
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gonna hang around for Sunday Shag?
My dear chap, I know you're an open an upfront sort of bloke, but is that appropriate?
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Old 18 November 2005, 17:42   #86
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My dear chap, I know you're an open an upfront sort of bloke, but is that appropriate?
I protest! The comment to which you refer was taken completely out of context! M'lord.
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Old 18 November 2005, 17:47   #87
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Its gonna get crowded at mylor

They have extremely limited parking facilities now that they have started pulling boats out of the water.

But ill guess we will have to squeeze em in.

I think I would have blasted down with Banana shark as they will be passing you guys on the way down from Salcome.

Anyway - Im defintaely going to be out on the water - from around 10:30 or 11:00 I'm not sure if I will be trying any wakeboarding though as I have seriously pulled a muscle in my left side right in amoungst my ribs (very appropriate)

I will down a couple of packets of pain killers in the morning and see how it goes - this is lightly to be the last of the calm weather so I have to at least try and get in the water - Ive got all the rainy days during the winter to rest my aches and pains.

Anyway the weather still looks good - see you all tomorrow...
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Old 18 November 2005, 17:56   #88
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11:00 I'm not sure if I will be trying any wakeboarding though as I have seriously pulled a muscle in my left side right in amoungst my ribs (very appropriate)

It may pay to keep Falmouth Coastguard informed Roy. They were giving out navigation warnings for the Carrick Roads area on Saturday. It went along the lines of.. Large object under tow of restricted manoeuvrability proceeding at 5knts occasionally reaching 15knts. Not sure what it is, but best keep an eye out eh?
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JUst like to wish everyone a great weekend - I won't be abloe to make it - I'm watching some racing this weekend ..............
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It may pay to keep Falmouth Coastguard informed Roy. They were giving out navigation warnings for the Carrick Roads area on Saturday. It went along the lines of.. Large object under tow of restricted manoeuvrability proceeding at 5knts occasionally reaching 15knts. Not sure what it is, but best keep an eye out eh?
Very funny - ha ha ! ! !
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