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Aug-06-2010 @ 5:20 PM                           Permalink
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For all those who have spent more time on the broads than i have. What is the strangest thing you have ever seen. Scared

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I saw two identical cruisers moored up second bottom, not unusual in itself but lying ahead of them were two other identical cruisers, moored alongside each other, I thought that was a coincidence but then I noticed that lying astern of the original two, I realised that there was a third pair of identical cruisers tied together. It was I suppose relevent that these boats were moored outside the Rising Sun in Coltishall as was I, and that my boat seemed to have grown a twin too.
Wow was that a good night or what!

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has to be a B.A. dredger actually working.


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Cruiser passing under Wroxham, everything prepared in cockpit,TV aerial lowered, nicely lined up through they go - possibly should have told the old lady (may have been mother-in-law) sitting in chair on roof at stern of boat to get down, still obviously she could swim, believe she caught the train shortly afterwards !!!  Evil Grin

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Two things spring to mind from me.
1 A few years ago I photographed a male red deer swimming across the river near Stalham.

2 A few week ago I put a photograph on here of a Red Eared Turtle.




OH! One other thing I did spot Griff buy a pint !

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Jack o' Lanterns, sometimes called Lantern Men.

Marsh gas that has ignited in a thunderstorm, weird!

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Strangest thing, thats easy. It was you getting your wallet out when we hired "Hi Smuggler" out a couple of years back LOL
Cheers mate Cheers

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acle railway station this year, man standing there with a pile of toasters and cofee makers, that was funny  Playful

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Tell you what Gary, he must have looked a right plonker whoever he was

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Hmmm Jim he did now you come to mention it! but there was a young lady waiting there as well, she was alright

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