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Old 24 June 2005, 17:12   #51
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They are obviously there for my arrival tomorrow
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Old 24 June 2005, 17:12   #52
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Loadsa Police in Pompey now !!!

Nice safe place to be

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Even safer now that 95% of the students have left! (Although only the most dangerous remain.... )
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Old 24 June 2005, 17:14   #53
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Old 24 June 2005, 18:04   #54
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OK folks, I won't be online again until after T200 & IFOS. Hope you all have a brilliant time and maybe I'll catch up with a few of you on the water (socially rather than "on business" I hope )
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Old 25 June 2005, 05:01   #55
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Even safer now that 95% of the students have left! (Although only the most dangerous remain.... )
Students are the least of our problems.
I was told last night that there are now around 30 nuclear reactors parked in the solent.

Anyone know where I can buy lead lined undies and a fall-out shelter for the RIB.
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Old 25 June 2005, 13:09   #56
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Students are the least of our problems.
I was told last night that there are now around 30 nuclear reactors parked in the solent.

the RIB.
Look on the bright side Mark....all the Tw*ts (twits) that have no nav lights when driving home pissed will glow in the dark anyway.
Hurrah for Nuclear fuel.
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Old 26 June 2005, 16:15   #57
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Well, looks like it's all shaping up to be a good day. 22 degrees last bbc estimate with a decent 12mph of breeze.

If anybody who is out there fancies swopping mobile numbers so that can perhaps get a different perspective ("Busy where you are? ... Yup, damn busy here too...") or say "Is that you we can see sinking?" then pm me and I shall provide said number!

Have a good day all!
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Old 27 June 2005, 02:50   #58
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Weather on Tuesday 28

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Well, looks like it's all shaping up to be a good day. 22 degrees last bbc estimate with a decent 12mph of breeze.
Today (Monday) looks OK but not sure about tomorrow.

Forecast is for some heavy thunderstorms (although they may be fairly short)

Is it worth going out during the day or will it be too miserable?
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Old 27 June 2005, 03:12   #59
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Is it worth going out during the day or will it be too miserable?
Probably worth it to see the extent of the Hardware currently moored out there & historic occasion etc. etc.

But no harm in bringing the wet gear !

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Old 27 June 2005, 11:33   #60
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But no harm in bringing the wet gear !
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Someone else seen the forecast then, Tue 6pm = 27mm of water


http://www.metcheck.com/V40/UK/FREE/...zipcode=Solent

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