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Old 12 May 2004, 20:00   #121
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Mostly the Fountain Hotel in Cowes, Tim, but they may be getting a bit full now!

Fountain Hotel & Public House High St. Cowes (01983) 292397
fountain.cowes@oldenglishinns.co.uk
website www.fountain-cowes.com

Or have a look on Smooth Hound http://www.s-h-systems.co.uk
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Old 13 May 2004, 09:22   #122
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OK I have book my flight and B+B , the Fountain hotel is fully booked, so I got the oakhill B+B on Bearing Street..... Which is run By a Dublin Woman ..... The irish get everywhere .......

Only one more problem.......

How do I get from Southamption airport to the red funnel ferry port ????

is there a bus or is taxi easiest... and aprox how much...... all Taxi drivers are honest People
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Only 3 weekends to Go!!!

Hi All,

Well time is catching up with me really quickly. Only 3 weeks to Ribnet's Next Annual Conference

Tim I hope you have now sorted out your B&B accommodation?

There certainly will be a continental flavour this year with people joing us from all over europe.

Mr Brooks I still would like my Ride in the Amry Humber If the offer still stands You are more than welcome to gate crash/join us at the Fountain Hotel BBQ on Saturday Night.

As for the Treasure Hunt, Daniel is bevering away in the background organising this trip around the Isle of Wight. You are Dan?

It will deffinately not be a race to the finish. More a gentle play in the company of other Ribs; the more the better.

I intend to post a list of all people who are intending and their boat names so at least you will know in advance who to avoid

See you all soon.

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OK I have book my flight and B+B , the Fountain hotel is fully booked, so I got the oakhill B+B on Bearing Street..... Which is run By a Dublin Woman ..... The irish get everywhere .......

Only one more problem.......

How do I get from Southamption airport to the red funnel ferry port ????

is there a bus or is taxi easiest... and aprox how much...... all Taxi drivers are honest People
Tim, when are you arriving? Might be able to swing by the airport on our way down.
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Old 13 May 2004, 10:23   #125
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Mr Brooks I still would like my Ride in the Amry Humber If the offer still stands You are more than welcome to gate crash/join us at the Fountain Hotel BBQ on Saturday Night.
No problem at all
I will make sure the Mad Major takes you out.


Thank you for the invite.

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Old 13 May 2004, 11:46   #126
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If any body is interested . We can look after a few of you re parking and mooring at Saxon Wharf in Southampton.
Would it be possible to launch on Friday 4th from Saxon Wharf and leave the car & trailer there until Sunday? We are (hopefully!) booked to berth at Cowes on Friday and Saturday

If not, what plans does everyone else have?
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How do I get from Southamption airport to the red funnel ferry port ????

is there a bus or is taxi easiest... and aprox how much...... all Taxi drivers are honest People
Tim
If you can't beg a lift.........
There is a train station at the airport, go to Southampton and then get the link bus to the ferry terminal.
Don't know prices but it is not far.
Rail times can be found at..
http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/planmy...4_200451313750
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Old 13 May 2004, 14:27   #128
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Hi Alan,

I arrive into Southhampton about 10 am.........

I think it might be a good idea if I bring my Drysuit or at least some wets, as I would hope to bum a few spins on a couple of Ribs !!!! if anyone is offering ???

MARK Thanks for the info
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Hi Alan,

I arrive into Southhampton about 10 am.........

I think it might be a good idea if I bring my Drysuit or at least some wets, as I would hope to bum a few spins on a couple of Ribs !!!! if anyone is offering ???

MARK Thanks for the info
Tim is that Friday or Saturday?
Definately bring some waterproofs as I am sure that you'll get an opportunity for a ride or two (fnarr fnarr )
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You will be welcome on Cyanide.
Hopefully will do Round-the-Island on Saturday sometime.

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Tim, you will also need to get to the island. As Alan is doing the crossing on Blue Ice we wouldn't like to leave you to swim...
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Tim, you will also need to get to the island. As Alan is doing the crossing on Blue Ice we wouldn't like to leave you to swim...
I was going to make that offer but then I remembered its not my boat anymore!!
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HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

Thanks Guys...... I really really appreciate this

It looks like I will be incharge of Liquid Refreshments


I arrive in on Friday morn 10am
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HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE

Thanks Guys...... I really really appreciate this

It looks like I will be incharge of Liquid Refreshments


I arrive in on Friday morn 10am
If your offering beer I will come over and pick you up!

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If your offering beer I will come over and pick you up!

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I thought I was buying all your beer on Friday?

Oh well, if you have had a better offer..........I might be able to buy a radio.
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We (well Kevin the Kitten really) are trying to get the new boat finished for the show, but if not I might bring the race boat up so we'll have something up there to scare people with! - Form an orderly queue please! hahahaha
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Ribnet 3rd Annual Conference

Hi Everyone.

Cookee I will be definately try and be first in the que

I have attached a list of all people who are attending and have booked rooms and berths through me. If you are not on this list you can still attend by making your own sleeping arrangements see previous pages. I intend to be there from Friday Morning to meet/Greet you and make sure you know where you are sleeping/Berthing.

If anyone has any further queries please do not hesitate to contact me on my mobile 07761 864043.

May I remind you that all monies outstanding to the Hotels and Marina will be paid by the individual concerned. As a reminder all Double/Twins are 60 per night per room, Singles 50 per night per room. Berthing is 2.65 Per Metre on Friday & Saturday and 2.00 Per Metre on Sunday. As I have already paid a deposit for Berthing 50 I intend to collect this back by dividing the total between the number of boats that attend.
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many thanks for your efforts. Look forward to meeting up again.

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I thought I was buying all your beer on Friday?

Oh well, if you have had a better offer..........I might be able to buy a radio.

Mark

I have a high beer intake level!!

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Cookee I will be definately try and be first in the que
I'm not taking bookings but being as you have done a lot of work on this I've given you a "greenie" and reserved you a spot!
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