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Old 30 March 2011, 16:59   #31
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not if you include all the meals you consume on the way...
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Old 30 March 2011, 17:04   #32
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They say the cost of maintaining all those rags, sticks and bits of string is as much as the cost of filling up your stink boat with the motion lotion
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This reminds me of standing on the Redbay 1050 open rib (twin 300hp O/B), slagging Tom that it had no Galley or Head...

"You'll be there before you need a cup of tea and a piss..." was the laconic reply
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And for the poor souls with less than 600hp on tap, take a thermos and a plastic bag
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slagging Tom that it had no Galley or Head...
Probably needed the space for a set of neck braces and a spine board ready for the injuries something of that speed would cause .
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Probably needed the space for a set of neck braces and a spine board ready for the injuries something of that speed would cause .
Cheeky Rock-hopper! The only thing on it was a console and four ScotSeat suspension seats. Smooth ride
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Parked behind it's design inspiration I see
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Parked behind it's design inspiration I see
Not the first "Deere John" you've seen either

Cheeky Rock-hoppers are apparently a flocking species.

Buncha Flockers in fact....


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Buncha Flockers in fact....


Maybe so...... prepare for the bilges....... but at least we knew how to grow spuds in the 1840's
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What is the black coating on the deck of the red bay boat?
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