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PeteSanders
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quote:"......
we saw Pete Sanders passing the Ferry
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OK, I admit it!  I was there!! Smile

Not sure that it counts in this thread though, as I ran back to my mooring on 31st, and left for home early on New Years Day? Question  Smile

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You were afloat for part of the day so I think that counts!!



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About 10 Hours of it to be exact, so put me down on your list for a day then, Gary! Smile

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And does that include days working on the boat? Or do you really have to be enjoying yourself?

And then all those restoring boats on dry land will want to include days putting planks in?

Does it count if I am out working as a volunteer? Or is AJB allowed to include his time working???

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Marshman,

I think the emphasis is on AFLOAT. Whether working, instructing, or plain having fun.

If you are working on a boat, but its NOT afloat, it dont count. Sorry!!



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Well I managed 5 hours today. Barton was very quiet and not too many boats about.
So Gary put me down for another day mate.


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Woodwose has done one day so far this year (well up until the engine packed in anyway).
Boating will resume when I have fixed it.

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4 days

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quote:"......
well up until the engine packed in anyway
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Nigel,

Would you like me to pop over and lend a hand?

I'm sure WoodWose would look good with a rag and stick boat-sail



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Mr Cantley Sir two days this weekend.

and super it was.



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