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Old 03 September 2004, 03:51   #1
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Why oh Why ???

Why is it always the same ?

When I'm at work or have other stuff to do it always looks like picture 1

When I'm able to go out on the boat it's always picture 2 or worse !!

What have I done wrong ?
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Old 03 September 2004, 04:04   #2
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Old 03 September 2004, 05:22   #3
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You need to het yerself a RIB mate. Pic 2 looks like perfect RIBbing conditions. You gonna come out Sunday? Finishing last little bits today
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Old 03 September 2004, 06:06   #4
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Oh yes, well.....

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You need to het yerself a RIB mate. Pic 2 looks like perfect RIBbing conditions.
......said that man.

Unfortunately I do know the feeling having just spent a week away in rain, wind and monopoly/operation/frustration/cribb, just as I return the clouds clear and the sun comes out. Dooohhh
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Old 03 September 2004, 06:08   #5
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Thanks Jono I have been wondering about this due to other things for the last few years now

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You gonna come out Sunday? Finishing last little bits today
Yes intend to be out not sure about going round to Slapton as the wind looks set to rise over the Sunday could be a rough trip back.
The first mate hates anything other than flat calm sea

Where are you launching from Paignton or Brixham, what time ?
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Old 03 September 2004, 06:40   #6
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its normal.... APART from last year July and Augsut are the two most crappy months of the year weatherwise ,not to mention screaming school kids,blocked motorways, coaches full of drunken yobs, high prices, and when you need somebody in a hurry guess what " they gone away on vacation"-just wait for the end of this week and everything returns to normal.

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Old 03 September 2004, 10:37   #7
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Some are luckier than others (although blowing NNE F7 today and 34C)
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Old 03 September 2004, 11:34   #8
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Slapton, Sunday

TQ Boater, Tue

If you're heading for Slapton on sunday 'might seed you down there, hoping it's going to be flat enough for a boardride!!

Tue, good luck with the maiden voyage
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TQ Boater, Tue

If you're heading for Slapton on sunday 'might seed you down there

Tue, good luck with the maiden voyage
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Are you aware of the phrase "Tue's company three's a crowd". I'd be careful were you spread your "seed"

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Old 03 September 2004, 14:59   #10
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Yes intend to be out not sure about going round to Slapton as the wind looks set to rise over the Sunday could be a rough trip back.
The first mate hates anything other than flat calm sea

Where are you launching from Paignton or Brixham, what time ?
I Will be launching from Brixham at about 5.30am. I have to take 2 divers to recover a shot line they left on a wreck last night, but will be back in Brixham to meet the other 2 club boats at about 9.30. Then weather dependant will head round to Slapton again (the wreck is just off Dartmouth).

Hope to see you out in the bay before or after the trip to Slapton if you don't join us.

Ribraff, thanks, may see you down there
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