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quote:"......
"this is quite a popular attraction"

WHY ??
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Cos it makes you smile when they misjudge speed to quay headings and when they play pinball against the banks? Smile  Playful  Tinhat

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"this is quite a popular attraction"

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Cos its Bl**dy Great Fun.

Wonder who said them words LOL boat-sail

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Blush  Blush

you got me there  Smile

There is of course that side to it, cos it really was bl**dy great fun Cheers

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I have been using used cooking oil ( my own filtered stuff ) in my Mondeo for some years now and only trouble I have had is a fuel filter block once.

I use about 25 / 75 - oil / diesel and have had no trouble at all.

AND the oil I use is free to me.   Wish I could do the same with my petrol engine on the boat !

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Wish I could do the same with my petrol engine on the boat !
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Lord Paul,

After your sailing lessons at Whitsun, you will be able to sell your petrol engine boat-sail

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Gary:-

This could be:-

2 Fat bloke(s) in a bright yellow buoyancy aids.


Watch your wash on Decoy !!!!

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O NO, not you as well Paul,   Question theres to much of this under handed saily training going on.
These poor unsuspecting fools are being drawn in, this needs stamping out, before long there wont be any proper boaters left. LOL

Andy

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this needs stamping out before there arent any proper boaters left.
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Mr Ranger Sir!!

You sound depressed as you have been left out.

Fear not Sir, you can come and have some lessons too. We open on Good Friday, I'm sure I can find a day to take a ranger for a sail boat-sail


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Andy
I,m just there for the photo shoot, but think I may be included in them too!!!

Last time I was on a wet and windy thingy with the owner   called "Richard who cant sail" we were on Barton and the boom came down on my head.

That may explain a lot !!

This will prove to me that I still shouldn't like it  lol!!

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