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Old 29 June 2010, 20:30   #21
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The date is fine but its one hell of a drag for me from Leeds.
You could try Fedexing the boat and stowing away under the cover.
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Old 29 June 2010, 20:35   #22
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Oh, are we off to T'Mill for some spares?
Nah, we have the Beda-Spit Deluxe. Like most things that come off of the Bedatec prod. line, over-engineered to bu**ery!!!
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Old 29 June 2010, 22:05   #23
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As mentioned, there's an open invite with free camping


Ban 'im!
Would you please stop using the F word when talking about camping

I'm sat here wondering what I can offer to help out with this gathering but with talk of spit roasts and man holes think I'll probably stay quiet! .

That weekend is the last one of the season for me so the Searibtecrider may make it out. I do have lots of space for cars/trailers to park but am 25 miles or so from Mollers place although a run down by sea from Fowey would be possible. If you think of anything give me a shout mollers.
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Old 29 June 2010, 22:10   #24
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Ban 'im!
Would you please stop using the F word when talking about camping
I know, it's not a word I chuck around lightly.

Make sure that you chuck some coal on and join us over the w/end.
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I'm sat here wondering what I can offer to help out with this gathering but with talk of spit roasts and man holes think I'll probably stay quiet! .
I was looking forward to this but slightly worried now, maybe I won't bring the camera.

Nos, d'you reckon you can start trying to persuade Paul to come along & bring his caravan ?! It's much more comfortable than a tent .....

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Nos, d'you reckon you can start trying to persuade Paul to come along & bring his caravan ?! It's much more comfortable than a tent .....

And safer.
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And safer.
Depends who's in it.
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Would you please stop using the F word when talking about camping
The first one's always free

After that you get roped into wiring the RIB, spitting the roast, monitoring the Bettie Stoggs, ......
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The first one's always free

After that you get roped into wiring the RIB, spitting the roast, monitoring the Bettie Stoggs, ......
So what is "Mine host" doing as i spin the roast and you
hand out the grog ?

We also need some cider for the windmill tilter
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The first one's always free

After that you get roped into wiring the RIB, spitting the roast, monitoring the Bettie Stoggs, ......
I know Bettie well, she's a cornish wrestler called Fred. Saw him er her today
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So what is "Mine host" doing as i spin the roast and you
hand out the grog ?
I expect he'll be very busy:

1. Avoiding organising the event
2. Eating the roast pork
3. Guzzling the Bettie Stoggs
4. Avoiding anywhere North of Bodmin
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How does weekend of the 25th Sptember sound to people?
Devon boat jumble is on Saturday 25th September. Ideal venue to buy some extra duck tape on the way down.
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I was looking forward to this but slightly worried now, maybe I won't bring the camera.

Nos, d'you reckon you can start trying to persuade Paul to come along & bring his caravan ?! It's much more comfortable than a tent .....

I'm trying so hard not to say something utterly utterly wrong in response to that
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Old 01 July 2010, 07:52   #34
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I'm trying so hard not to say something utterly utterly wrong in response to that
You lot have been surprisingly well behaved recently...... there hasn't been anything in the bilges for ages, & it's not like I haven't given you anything to work with !
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You lot have been surprisingly well behaved recently...... there hasn't been anything in the bilges for ages!
Sadly true. I've not been sin-binned for weeks. I blame the good weather - we're too busy ribbing
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Sadly true. I've not been sin-binned for weeks. I blame the good weather - we're too busy ribbing
Could well be.
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Molulnan Beach.

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Molulnan Beach.

For a change.

BBQ and a spot of spearfishing?
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Any ideas on destinations anyone?
St. Mawes, Portscatho for eats drinks to the East, or Fowey if requested. Helford, Lizard as far as Mounts Bay and Penzance to the West. All of this should be day trip doable in a baby SR if the conditions are good.

If the conditions aren't so good, we'll get hammered in Castaways (Mylor Harbour).
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