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Old 24 April 2014, 17:54   #1141
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Old 24 April 2014, 20:40   #1142
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Fun Day!

We had a great day on Saturday but as one of the smallest ribs, we decided not to venture round Anglesey as we didn't fancy too much of a pasting. We found it quite hard going from Puffin to Conway, so on the way back we went around Puffin then back down the Straits and decided to call in at the Gazelle for a beer. The sea was a little choppy making it quite interesting trying to tie up. During the pratting-about process of securing the boat, Nick somehow ended up leaning rather precariously over the front of the boat (the tubes had been polished meticulously) trying to clip on a rope ...... and .... slipped off in spectacular style .. getting a good dunking!! All witnessed by a small crowd including some of the Ribnet guys (sorry not sure who you were). Sorry for laughing so much Nick - I must say you took it very well! After a beer and change of clothes, we headed back down the Straits and past Pilots Cove for a while before heading back.

Thanks to Humber Paul, Tim and Linda, Chris Seddon and all those involved in organising the event for their efforts to bring together what was a great day. It was good to get together with some of the Ribnetters we've not met before. Look forward to the next one.

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Old 24 April 2014, 21:33   #1143
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Brilliant! Two in the drink, but no one in danger.


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Old 26 April 2014, 05:58   #1144
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Photo's and videos

Hi all,

We've finally found time to get our photos uploaded and video edited and online. I've linked to Dropbox for the photos and YouTube for the video below.

Photos on Dropbox

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It was a fantastic day and first rib.net event for us, a big thanks to everyone in the community who played a part in organising.

The photos and video are pretty random, and taken on a half decent Sony compact still camera with HD video or a GoPro Hero 3. Apologies if I didn't get a shot of your boat, or I did get a shot and you'd rather I hadn't!

If anyone is interested, we started the day carrying about 375L of fuel and finished with about 250L in the tank. Given the time we were on the water and the distance we covered at let's say a less than optimal cruising speed, we were pretty happy with the consumption.

Cheers,
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Old 26 April 2014, 07:35   #1145
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Hi all,

We've finally found time to get our photos uploaded and video edited and online. I've linked to Dropbox for the photos and YouTube for the video below.

Photos on Dropbox

Video on YouTube

It was a fantastic day and first rib.net event for us, a big thanks to everyone in the community who played a part in organising.

The photos and video are pretty random, and taken on a half decent Sony compact still camera with HD video or a GoPro Hero 3. Apologies if I didn't get a shot of your boat, or I did get a shot and you'd rather I hadn't!

If anyone is interested, we started the day carrying about 375L of fuel and finished with about 250L in the tank. Given the time we were on the water and the distance we covered at let's say a less than optimal cruising speed, we were pretty happy with the consumption.

Cheers,
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Greg, the photos are great and I like the two shots of our Revenger leaving Conwy, we were right behind you coming out of the marina. I can't view the video as yet, but that's probably just the poor connection here, we're still in caernarfon 125ltrs with 300hp isn't bad going for the conditions, although I bet you had fun on the leg from Sth Stack back to Caernarfon give us a shout if you're over this way again, there's loads to do, a cruise to Ty Coch is a must, and on down to Bardsey is a great day out
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Old 26 April 2014, 08:09   #1146
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Hi all,

We've finally found time to get our photos uploaded and video edited and online. I've linked to Dropbox for the photos and YouTube for the video below.

Photos on Dropbox

Video on YouTube

It was a fantastic day and first rib.net event for us, a big thanks to everyone in the community who played a part in organising.

The photos and video are pretty random, and taken on a half decent Sony compact still camera with HD video or a GoPro Hero 3. Apologies if I didn't get a shot of your boat, or I did get a shot and you'd rather I hadn't!

If anyone is interested, we started the day carrying about 375L of fuel and finished with about 250L in the tank. Given the time we were on the water and the distance we covered at let's say a less than optimal cruising speed, we were pretty happy with the consumption.

Cheers,
Greg.
youve got some good shots of us, thanks very much
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Old 26 April 2014, 08:10   #1147
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Great vid. 125ltrs is brilliant for a boat that size.


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Old 26 April 2014, 08:43   #1148
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Hi all,

We've finally found time to get our photos uploaded and video edited and online. I've linked to Dropbox for the photos and YouTube for the video below.

Photos on Dropbox

Video on YouTube

It was a fantastic day and first rib.net event for us, a big thanks to everyone in the community who played a part in organising.

The photos and video are pretty random, and taken on a half decent Sony compact still camera with HD video or a GoPro Hero 3. Apologies if I didn't get a shot of your boat, or I did get a shot and you'd rather I hadn't!

If anyone is interested, we started the day carrying about 375L of fuel and finished with about 250L in the tank. Given the time we were on the water and the distance we covered at let's say a less than optimal cruising speed, we were pretty happy with the consumption.

Cheers,
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Great Video Greg and a great advert for suspension seats!
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Old 26 April 2014, 09:06   #1149
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More great news! pow2gran has sent a cheque for 65 for Macmillan

I have spoken to Macmillan and arranged to send the cheque to them

Awesome
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Old 26 April 2014, 10:09   #1150
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More great news! pow2gran has sent a cheque for 65 for Macmillan



I have spoken to Macmillan and arranged to send the cheque to them



Awesome

Brilliant news.


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Old 26 April 2014, 12:56   #1151
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youve got some good shots of us, thanks very much

Yes Festa I did notice you getting on the arse end of the camera team again


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Old 26 April 2014, 13:09   #1152
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Old 26 April 2014, 13:22   #1153
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Hi all,

We've finally found time to get our photos uploaded and video edited and online. I've linked to Dropbox for the photos and YouTube for the video below.

Photos on Dropbox

Video on YouTube

It was a fantastic day and first rib.net event for us, a big thanks to everyone in the community who played a part in organising.

The photos and video are pretty random, and taken on a half decent Sony compact still camera with HD video or a GoPro Hero 3. Apologies if I didn't get a shot of your boat, or I did get a shot and you'd rather I hadn't!

If anyone is interested, we started the day carrying about 375L of fuel and finished with about 250L in the tank. Given the time we were on the water and the distance we covered at let's say a less than optimal cruising speed, we were pretty happy with the consumption.

Cheers,
Greg.
Great vid good pics,nice t meet u Looey
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More great news! We have a 20 donation and 5 gift aid from Clamchowder with a message to say:

"+1s to all involved in RA 2014! A great day and a great cause. See you all again next year!"

Awesome Mr Chowder

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More great news! We have had a 20.00 donation and 5.00 Gift Aid from Greg Frith with a massage to say:

"A great day, and fantastic to see all the ribs in action! Ireland next"?

Awesome donation Greg

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Old 26 April 2014, 15:12   #1156
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Great Video Greg and a great advert for suspension seats!
Sure, the Scotseats are pretty good. Just a shame we only have 2 of them! As youngest family member in the boat that day, I was relegated to the bench!!! Until I stood up for a while during a blast past South Stack and we lost the fill in cushion! Glad we were past the rougher stuff by then!

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Old 26 April 2014, 17:03   #1157
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makes a bloody change, its normally me doing the filming / photos, and you in front of the lens!
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Old 27 April 2014, 20:06   #1158
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A dude has made a 100 donation today but I think it has gone through twice?

If this was you please can you check

If there are any problems please let me know

Thank you,

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It was a client of mine. His wife is currently being helped by Macmillan and he wanted to thank me in terms of work. I told him about our endeavors and it seemed the most fitting. He knows it went through twice but said Macmilan are welcome.


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Old 27 April 2014, 20:37   #1160
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It was a client of mine. His wife is currently being helped by Macmillan and he wanted to thank me in terms of work. I told him about our endeavors and it seemed the most fitting. He knows it went through twice but said Macmilan are welcome.


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Please can you say a massive thank you from all of us

And a massive thank you also Paul

I'll do the posts now
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