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Old 28 June 2007, 19:48   #141
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What is that then?

Do you set first base at Cowes, second at Needles, third at St Caths?

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hahahahaha

You must be joking Peter Most of us can hardly run 10 yards without a bit of a lie down

No, the main features of Extreme Rounders as developed in 2006 were that the rules were very arbitrary, there was unnecessary rugby tackling and Whiteshoes had scary footwear.

Someone needs to take it in hand this year

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Old 29 June 2007, 06:45   #142
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RIBnet Priory Bay Runabout 2007


Andre & Wiesia Seahawk 1V Chichester
Antoinette and Martin Southampton
Biggles Zerstorer Portsmouth?
Chris 1573 Danny Boy tbc
Hugh, Debs & clan Vipermax Chichester
Ian M tbc Lymington?
Jimbo, laser et alios Sidewinder / Various Craft Portsmouth
Kevin & Kathryn tbc Portsmouth
Lewy Shamu tbc
Martin & Stephanie Humphrey Tweety Pie IOW
matt h tbc Bristol!
Mike C & Sheila Prime Rib 11 Chichester
Nasher & clan Nasher’s Revenge Northney
Nauti and Sarah & toys Nauti Bananas Portsmouth
Neil & lovely other ½ Zonneschijn/Vixen 11 Southampton?
Noddy (Martyn & Ann) Bobb Calshot
Nos4r2 & Sixy the Red Dominaton / Red Mist Portsmouth
Pete, Viv, Andrew & Susie Old Spice Portsmouth
Peter J & Clan Eighth Child Southampton
Philb & clan Voodoo Chichester
Phil Chitty tbc Chichester
RJH & clan Corsair 2 Southampton
Robin and Gill tbc Chichester
Sarah G, Pat & clan Braveheart Northney
Steve & Wendy tbc Chichester
StingRay Bonza 2 Bembridge
the jackeens Merlin Portsmouth
Tim & Ju Evolution Portsmouth
Tony tbc Chichester
Warners Myles Aweigh Lymington
Zippy and Zipette tbc

Will be redoing list with any updates / omissions so no trawling necessary. If you want to link up with someone for the trip check the launchsites & post or pm

The Plan
Generally Picnic / BBQ / sporting events on the beach
If Saturday is good and all goes ahead then might go for a Round IOW blast on the Sunday for those who are still around & happy campers!
Otherwise Sunday might involve Priory Rehab (kipping on the beach)

Local campsite is Nodes Point

See recent posts for tide times and visual aids to accessing the beach.

Don't forget to check JK's RIBnet Cruising Advice.

Please post or pm any updates, good ideas or if you intend bringing a job-lot of sausages etc.
Warning : There may be mackerel, nettled Pimms etc.

Kathleen & Paul
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Old 29 June 2007, 07:50   #143
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Mackerel looking dodgy.












Unless Tesco have some in fresh
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Old 29 June 2007, 08:38   #144
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as lots of folks are leaving from chichester is there a time we want to aim for meeting up and a location? perhaps off of ichenor at 10.30 or 11
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as lots of folks are leaving from chichester is there a time we want to aim for meeting up and a location? perhaps off of ichenor at 10.30 or 11
Looks like a plan
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Old 29 June 2007, 13:50   #146
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as lots of folks are leaving from chichester is there a time we want to aim for meeting up and a location? perhaps off of ichenor at 10.30 or 11
Looks like I may see some of you after all.
I should be in that area around then.

Please beware of Optimist/Topper/Pico/Fever Dinghies with long streamers at the mast head. Most of them will be totally out of control (especially mine)[control, that is] {well one of them will be mine} <i.e. my daughter>.
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Looks like I may see some of you after all.
I should be in that area around then.

Please beware of Optimist/Topper/Pico/Fever Dinghies with long streamers at the mast head. Most of them will be totally out of control (especially mine)[control, that is] {well one of them will be mine} <i.e. my daughter>.
cool we always give the kiddies a wide berth, ......both young and old
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Old 29 June 2007, 17:41   #148
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Looks like I may see some of you after all.
I should be in that area around then.
Great news Mark

Will also add in proposed times on next update !

Any news about the weather? Do we invoke St Swithun at this stage?

(You'll probably pass much more attractive items if ye go to tesco's Robin

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Old 30 June 2007, 08:14   #149
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Old 30 June 2007, 09:39   #150
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Ian if you can get yourself to a Solent location (the Camber is easiest) we will run across for you ?

Note to mental self : Add Roy Smith to the list.

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Old 30 June 2007, 19:52   #151
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the rules were very arbitrary, there was unnecessary rugby tackling
Sounds a bit like Aussie Rules to me

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and Whiteshoes had scary footwear.
Stil lhave. Not as scary as my feet, though.


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Old 01 July 2007, 07:05   #152
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Weather for the Saturday

Fingers Cross heh!!

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Have you made that up ?

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Old 01 July 2007, 11:08   #155
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Cheers Brian. We'll try to get hold of some 'Desperadoes' and drink a toast in your honour. We miss you! And hope the Antipodean Adventure is going brilliantly.

Nauti that's an optimistic looking forecast. Fair play to you.

Relying on St Swithun himself at this stage. But we'll be there whatever the weather. As Biggles says 'Blighty Spirit'!

Mike C. Apologies & we've caught up. Need to add some American Hamburger eating & guitar-playing vistors to the list.

Will refresh list in a day or so with added details.

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Cheers Brian. We'll try to get hold of some 'Desperadoes' and drink a toast in your honour. We miss you! And hope the Antipodean Adventure is going brilliantly.

Nauti that's an optimistic looking forecast. Fair play to you.

Relying on St Swithun himself at this stage. But we'll be there whatever the weather. As Biggles says 'Blighty Spirit'!

Mike C. Apologies & we've caught up. Need to add some American Hamburger eating & guitar-playing vistors to the list.

Will refresh list in a day or so with added details.

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We should be there on Saturday
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hi all

i hope to come over on saturday afternoon and meet you all.

i hope im not the only one with a 4.5m boat ??

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Richard,

Have you made that up ?

Nick.
Nope not this time look and here is Saturdays and Sundays

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look forward to meeting up

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Andrew

what time will you be launching? Is it from Northney?

we will be leaving CM at about 9:30/10.00 perhaps we could meet up on route
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i hope to come over on saturday afternoon and meet you all.

i hope im not the only one with a 4.5m boat ??

andy
Nope I have a 4.5 Valiant Andy - Dont forget its not the size its how you use it. Hopefully see you there weather permitting.
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