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Old 11 December 2001, 12:19   #1
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Drink and Rib



Whilst browsing www.boatlaunch.co.uk (the best boating site on the web next to RibNet!!!) I came across the following information re Goole in the Humber River:

Ramp is on the Dutch Riverside. From junction 36 on the M62, head into Goole. Turn right at the first traffic lights then follow signs to "Waterway Museum". Sobriety Centre is adjacent to site.

Obviously they've had Ribsters there before then!!!

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Old 11 December 2001, 14:27   #2
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The only thing we ribsters drink while at sea is the SEA !!!



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Old 11 December 2001, 15:48   #3
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.....mixed in with a little sea-weed.
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Culinary options...

Ah yes food and drink...the Holidays are upon us...
THis might apply mostly for inboard diesel Ribs...
Has anyone put togeather any type of makeshift oven or other gadget that could be placed close to the exhaust system or motor block for baking purposes while underway?...
a fresh baked chicken and potatoes would taste very good with the sea weed tea...
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Check out the new panisonic 12 volt microwave. we use it and it works really well. With a decent battery I reckon it will work with an outboard as well.

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Aaah....here we go again. Cruising in absolute luxury, lovely and warm in the yellow cabin, ovens, stoves etc - what a life in Spirit it must be!
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sea water shower...

sounds comfortable for sure...but he still can't get a warm shower till the Med...
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do you know where i can more info on the panasonic microwave. i'm not interested unless it has a grill plate - essential for browning the top of a shepherd's pie.
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I've got a diesel cooker with two ceramic hobs. I suppose you could always heat the Shepherds pie, and then invert it and brown the top?
Cooks sausage rolls and Cornish pasties an absolute treat.
As for Sirzaps roast chicken and potatoes however....I think thats a non-starter though (non-starter-geddit?).
Cooker also doubles as a hot air fan heater when it's cover lid is down.
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Breeding a bunch of Softie Ribsters !!
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Transcript of radio transmission overheard recently, believed to have originated from inside a Fairline Targa in the Channel Islands:

"Hello Kettle, this is Pot. You're black. Over."



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You're right Stealth - that's Southerners for you.
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John, I am amazed I carried it off for so long..... heh, heh!
Buy the Targa so that I can order my new Rib.
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stealth stove...

word has it you still prefer the old coal model to cook with, on your Targa...
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All this talk of cookers, microwaves, hot food, showers and whatnot...if you can't bear to leave your house, then stay at home! Why take your house out on the water with you??

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Hi folks

For previous thread re thing you CAN put on a RIB see:

http://rib.net/forum/showthread.php?...ghlight=shower

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OT...Keith...

Here's your chance to move up to a real RIB...fold it and tuck in the the boot...www.hydranova.com , drive into the send off in style...
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Real Rib, yes.

However...

...I recon that I'm the only member of BIBOA who actualy qualifies to be a member!

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