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Old 29 November 2004, 06:24   #21
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Torbay Rib Net gathering

I would like to announce the first meeting of the Torbay (and surrounding area) Rib Net users group.

Um ! Live in Bristol but have Caravan near Exmouth so is that close enough to qualify as a Summer Resident to join this Winter gathering ?
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Old 29 November 2004, 10:31   #22
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Um ! Live in Bristol but have Caravan near Exmouth so is that close enough to qualify as a Summer Resident to join this Winter gathering ?
Of course it does, the more the merrier

see you there
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Old 06 December 2004, 10:57   #23
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Thought I would bring this back up tot he top so we don't forget

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Forget?
Listen, I even went there for a meal last Friday to check it out!!
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Old 06 December 2004, 12:18   #25
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Forget?
Listen, I even went there for a meal last Friday to check it out!!
Did it pass ?
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Old 07 December 2004, 05:16   #26
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How many people are going to want a meal Thursday night ?

If it's most people then I'll try and arrange a table, I'm going over myself tonight to see if I can get a menu to post here.
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The meal was excellent and it's pricing was good value. Er, if you are a wine buff though, stick to beer!

I personally will eat before I go.
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Old 08 December 2004, 01:05   #28
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does this mean we get to fit the tubes before 9th dec
YES.
Cookee and I will be there, and if it's tubed so will the boat.
Ian before you get carried away with sea trials she's not quite ready. But I may have something for you to play with.
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Old 08 December 2004, 02:21   #29
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and if it's tubed so will the boat.
Went and had another look yesterday, if you bring the lorry use the entrance nearest the garage as it has much less slope. Don't use the entrance next to the railway bridge.

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Went and had another look yesterday, if you bring the lorry use the entrance nearest the garage as it has much less slope. Don't use the entrance next to the railway bridge.

Look forward to meeting you all
We'll be coming with the trailer as it's on that at Paul Tilleys having the tubes fitted and we're picking it up on the way over from Dartmouth.

By the way if anyone wants Burgees, stickers, polos or fleeces I can bring whatever you want over with me PM, email or call on 01548 856078 or 07836 268747 and save the postage!

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When a boat looks that good who needs tubes!!!
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