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Old 05 April 2006, 12:16   #61
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OK Roy Answers in CAPS

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OK - sounds good.

Rogue Wave - can you fill us in on what we need to do to book a launch and our trailers/cars in for the long weekend.

ESSENTIALLY JUST TURN UP AT DRIVERS WORF! IT WAS AN OFFER AIMED AT YOU CORNISH GUYS ( IS MOLLERS COMING? I LIKED HIM!) COS IT WAS A LONG WAY FROM YOUR HOME AND I MIGHT WIND UP IN CORNWALL ONE DAY NEEDING A FAVOUR!

Currently there is only myself and Randski coming so that's 2 X boats, 2 X cars and 2 X trailers.

THATS OK

Info like launch times and methods - do you have a slip or is it crane only etc... CRANE AND SLIP IS ABOUT 700 YARDS AWAY ALL TIDE SUPERB SLIP LOOK IT UP IN BOATLAUNCH CROOSHOUSE SLIPWAY

We will be there sometime Friday afternoon on the 12th and will want to retrieve our boats sometime Monday afternoon on the 15th.

YEP

Its low tide at 5pm (1.1m) does that present a problem if so we will need to ensure we get their earlier etc..

SLIPWAY GOOD FOR NEARLY ALL STATES OF TIDES ( 95% AVAILABILTY

Also a rough guide to prices would be useful.

IF YOU DON'T USE THE CRANE THEN IT'S A CONTRIBOOTION TO GAFIRS (gosport and fareham inshore rescue) and a Bottle of Magners
Craneage is from 40 Kwid a round trip. I only sublet part of the yard and a building from The Very Fluffy Gill Williams who runs the Drivers Dry Berthing operation I am sure she'd be willing to sort out a special RIBEX Deal for others, but I will look after you 2

http://www.driverswharf.com/contactus.html

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Old 05 April 2006, 12:58   #62
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Excelent - Thankyou very much. We will see you on the Friday the 12th May then.
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Magners is Irish - not Cornish.
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Old 06 April 2006, 10:34   #64
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i have lost 2 many brain cells to Cornish cider! Strangely enough I used to bring it back from Ireland with me when I worked out there and it's called Bulmers original out there!
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Ribex2006, I live in Coventry and I am planning to go with my girlfriend to the Ribex show on Saturday and come back on Sunday . The train is quite expensive and if there is anyone from my area going down by car I would apprieciate a lift and would contribute to the petrol .

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Old 18 April 2006, 21:57   #66
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Coventry is the midlands - not the southwest

It certainly isn't on the way from Cornwall to Southampton - sorry...
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Coventry is the midlands - not the southwest

It certainly isn't on the way from Cornwall to Southampton - sorry...
I think the old boy's been at the Lukaszade and gotton himself all confused Roy.
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I would say that Lukasz posted his request on the wrong thread and that is all, no point having a go at him just because of that, is there?

I guess members from the Midlands also read your thread and perhaps may wish to help him out
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I would say that Lukasz posted his request on the wrong thread and that is all, no point having a go at him just because of that, is there?
Who's "having a go"?!! Lighten up matey. When Roy and I have been on the pop we don't know Penzance from Pooganooga!!
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Who's "having a go"?!! Lighten up matey. When Roy and I have been on the pop we don't know Penzance from Pooganooga!!
I am not your "matey" if you have not noticed my name is Andre and that is what I am called

I see you are from Arundel. Do you ever come to Littlehampton or do you keep your rib in the Solent area
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WTF !!! - who's having a go at who here

Andre - Everything was jolly and light hearted here in this thread until you turned up. Please kindly leave picking fights with ribnet members to threads you have started yourself - I am genuinely trying to organise a trip here in this thread - last thing I want is for it to degenerate into a load of childish bickering. If you want to slag someone off - send a PM - It is hard enough getting the cornish ribbing community together to do anything as it is without them having to pick out the usefull info from within a great pile of crap posts.

Lukasz - in the extremely unlikely event that you took what was send as offensive - that was not how it was meant - and you would have been more than welcome to a lift if I was passing.

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WTF !!! - who's having a go at who here

Andre - Everything was jolly and light hearted here in this thread until you turned up. Please kindly leave picking fights with ribnet members to threads you have started yourself - I am genuinely trying to organise a trip here in this thread - last thing I want is for it to degenerate into a load of childish bickering. If you want to slag someone off - send a PM - It is hard enough getting the cornish ribbing community together to do anything as it is without them having to pick out the usefull info from within a great pile of crap posts.

Lukasz - in the extremely unlikely event that you took what was send as offensive - that was not how it was meant - and you would have been more than welcome to a lift if I was passing.

Thankyou.
Roycruse, I think you have missunderstood my post. I am most pleased that you are coming to Ribex and you all will be welcome on board any of our ribs and offered a ride. In all my years as a ribnet member I have never as you call it "slagged anybody off" and I have no intention to start such here. We all have our names so lets stick to them. Won't you agree.

I will say no more on this subject and perhaps JK may even delete all from Lukasz's first post and he can then start a new thread without gate crashing anyone elses
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OK then - but where I come from, using the phrase - "Don't call me mate" or similar after being referred to as such is a round about way of saying "f**k you I wouldn't associate my self with you if you were the last..." etc etc etc...

Perhaps your grasp of English euphemisms is not all that hot - I don't know ???

What boats are you going to have at RIBEX. I wasn't really coming for free rib rides but I could be persuaded - having only bought a new boat 6 months ago - I'm not really in the market for a new one for the next few years.
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OK then - but where I come from, using the phrase - "Don't call me mate" or similar after being referred to as such is a round about way of saying "f**k you I wouldn't associate my self with you if you were the last..." etc etc etc...

Perhaps your grasp of English euphemisms is not all that hot - I don't know ???

What boats are you going to have at RIBEX. I wasn't really coming for free rib rides but I could be persuaded - having only bought a new boat 6 months ago - I'm not really in the market for a new one for the next few years.

Sorry Roycruse but you have got the wrong end of the stick. I very much regret butting into your thread as not expected such reception. As for our ribs at Ribex I will shortly start a thread and will make a special mention for the South West Ribsters . You and your party will not be dissapointed I can promise you that and it is not important to me whether or not you are in the market for a rib.

Going to Ribex means also having a great time, putting a face to name ect, ect. Lets only hope the weather is good
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wow bit of excitement there in the thread.......

I have met mollers and Andre and both are perfect gentlemen in the flesh so i am sure you will all get on fine...

anyway back on track, looking forward to meeting the sw boys and girls.
Roy.....is mollers driving his boat up to the ribex show, i was under the impression he might be but not sure.

anyway looking forward to seeing yawl soon

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At the moment it looks like I am the only boat coming up.

Everyone else has gone off the idea or has other commitments.

I will be trying to put a few extra crew in my boat - but if it comes down to it I will be making yet another South West ribsters cruise alone (with my two kids as crew of course).

I'm hoping for a few last minute flurries of enthusiasm.

Andre - we will put this misunderstanding down to the fact that intonation and emphasis is missing on the internet and we were all actually happy and polite in our heads as we typed Ill look forward to taking one of your boats out for a thrashing then...
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At the moment it looks like I am the only boat coming up.

Everyone else has gone off the idea or has other commitments.
Then.....you have forgotten about us.
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Andre - we will put this misunderstanding down to the fact that intonation and emphasis is missing on the internet and we were all actually happy and polite in our heads as we typed Ill look forward to taking one of your boats out for a thrashing then...
roycruse, could not agree more and look forward to meeting you at Ribex
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Then.....you have forgotten about us.
Sorry Danny - I meant driving up from Cornwall. I was not including other people meeting us up there.
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Just for the record - we'll be there as well with both boats - If anyone fancies doing over 70 mph in a RIB, then you'll be able to sign up and have a ride of a lifetime! Not to mention our leisure version, we'll be doing demos on that as well, by the way Andre and Roy - you're both very welcome!!
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