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Old 12 February 2007, 22:35   #21
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Make sure you take your beer with you. Last year a local Hotel opened up a Marquee just behind Priory Bay. A bottle of becks was £5.
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Old 12 February 2007, 23:48   #22
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Priory Bay

Excellent!

Looks like a good lot are up for this already! The thread went up in plenty of time before you lot all book your exotic holidays to foreign parts! (Zippy & Co!!!)

Yotties of course welcome since you all discovered Priory Bay in the first place! (Never mind that ye thought ye were in France already á la Christopher 'Columbo' )

Pimms and strawberries it is then. They were not nettles. That was mint, freshly harvested in the 24 hour Tesco down the road and carted all the way across the ocean wave.

Sadly Sir Whiteshoes is now in Antipodean Parts. Hopefully he'll be back soon again for a visit and to collect his Ribtickler Award. We'll definitely have to play rounders in his honour (although it may lack a certain amount of rugby-type violence without him )

So please sign up one and all for a good day out. And yes Ray there may be birthday cake at sundown!

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Old 13 February 2007, 13:40   #23
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love to come along, judging by the posts last years sounded a lot of fun. just hope i'm not bl**dy working again!!
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I'll be there with the U-Tube, Wakeboards, Baseball bat & ball!!
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Old 15 February 2007, 08:11   #25
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Hey always nice to see a bananashark Lewy!

Toys...what a good idea Nauti!

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Hi

We'd love to come (missed it last year due to work). We were thinking of bringing some freinds and three girls 12 to 14. I assume there will be other youngsters there?

Never been/moored in Priary Bay and we aren't that skilled so any advice appreciated!

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Old 13 April 2007, 09:37   #27
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Make sure you take your beer with you. Last year a local Hotel opened up a Marquee just behind Priory Bay. A bottle of becks was £5.
could be worse the hotel could charge us all for being on there beach,from memory its a private beach belonging to the hotel
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We'd love to come (missed it last year due to work). We were thinking of bringing some freinds and three girls 12 to 14. I assume there will be other youngsters there?

Never been/moored in Priary Bay and we aren't that skilled so any advice appreciated!

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We'll probably try to make it and we have 2 girls 11& 13. All we need now is some boys to keep them amused!
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Old 13 April 2007, 19:03   #29
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could be worse the hotel could charge us all for being on there beach,from memory its a private beach belonging to the hotel
Isn't that going to change in the future when we get the right to roam on all Britains coastline.
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They can't charge anyone as long as they're below the high waterline as far as I know?
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Old 13 April 2007, 22:34   #31
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Sounds like the sort of thing Dell Boy would have been good at selling. The beach when the tides out
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We'll probably try to make it and we have 2 girls 11& 13. All we need now is some boys to keep them amused!
We will be there and bring Andrew 14, about 6' and growing about an inch a month going to padlock the fridge, and Susie 11.
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Never been/moored in Priary Bay and we aren't that skilled so any advice appreciated! Cheers Rosie
we can work the tides out nearer the time but just run the boat up the beach and offload the crew, rations and toys, BBQ, Booze, tent for Jimbo, wind break and all the other junk needed. Skippers then retired 20 yards offshore to anchor and chill out with a cold beer


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Old 24 April 2007, 07:26   #33
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something to look forward to!

Excellent !

We'll update list nearer the time. Please continue to post interested parties, suggestions etc.


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Excellent !

We'll update list nearer the time. Please continue to post interested parties, suggestions etc.


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Hi K&P,

Any idea which of the two weekends yet? Don't remember a decision having been posted yet.

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Old 02 May 2007, 20:52   #35
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Hi Neil!

We should start thinking about that. Ideally we should check the long range forecasts as soon as they are available and plan for that particular weekend.

Our personal preference is for June 30th weekend if at all possible but if it's blowing a hooley then it's not at all pleasant especially for young peeps!

So let's aim for June 30th with a standby date of the following weekend on tap.

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Hi Neil!

We should start thinking about that. Ideally we should check the long range forecasts as soon as they are available and plan for that particular weekend.

Our personal preference is for June 30th weekend if at all possible but if it's blowing a hooley then it's not at all pleasant especially for young peeps!

So let's aim for June 30th with a standby date of the following weekend on tap.

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Unfortunately, June 30th rules out myself, and Mr Halliday Esq.

So, I will be hoping you have to move it to the following weekend
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Unfortunately, June 30th rules out myself, and Mr Halliday Esq.

So, I will be hoping you have to move it to the following weekend
Oh yes.

Since you both are Peers of the Realm let's also have a think about Saturday 7th July!!!

Tis not quite Sophie's Choice at this stage as yet.

But good weather information could swing it?

As it happens the 7th is absolutely fine as well (also )

Look forward to another game of Shooz Rounders, Pimms & nettles, and food galore. Not to mention a bit of fun on the water.

So keep an eye on the diaries

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Edit. Why would they after what's been in them over the past year ?

Sadly it's going into winter here, but I'm eating grapefruit from my tree every morning. I've encountered 3 pods of dolphin in recent weeks and Thomson Bay on Rotto has become the new Yarmouth for me.

Have a great day, whenever it is.
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Old 13 May 2007, 18:35   #39
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Cheers Bitten

Add Peter J and clan to the list.

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Oh yes.

Since you both are Peers of the Realm let's also have a think about Saturday 7th July!!!

Tis not quite Sophie's Choice at this stage as yet.

But good weather information could swing it?

As it happens the 7th is absolutely fine as well (also )

Look forward to another game of Shooz Rounders, Pimms & nettles, and food galore. Not to mention a bit of fun on the water.

So keep an eye on the diaries

K & P

erm I still have my ringo, but no boat, any chance of a tow please.

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