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Just on second cup of coffee and about to load up the car to drive down from Cheshire for a week on Evening Light. The logo will be displayed so say please say hello if you see us.  Smile

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Hi Phil,

We will be leaving at about 10:30 heading for Wroxham to pick up  Royall Velvet 2. Smile

This morning I intend calling the bridge pilot at Potter Heigham to see if it is likely we can get through Sunday morning and return Monday morning.
If not we will probably go South Sunday.

We will have our forum logos on display and will keep our eyes out for you.

Have a great one Cheers

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Alan...
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Given up on the idea of going through Potter Heigham as called the Pilots numbers yesterday several times but no response.

Now decided to go to The Bridge Inn at Acle for lunch and overnight stay then monday morn off south to The Beauchamp.

I can't believe that I am outside The Swan at Horning using my laptop with a Vodafone mobile broadband dongle  and getting a really good internet connection. Smile

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Alan...
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Hi all have a great time , I will be coming up to wroxham very soon, taking my Radio Ham gear & 446 to see who or whats about.

Best regards Brian.

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We'll be leaving 5 am Tuesday hoping to reach the broads by lunchtime. Perhaps a a relaxed lunch somewhere watching the river traffic before heading up to Stalham to pick up Amber gem.
Maybe the Wroxham hotel or the ferry Inn,somewhere we can absorb the 'serene' feeling before we pick the boat up.
If you see a richardson bathtub with the Welsh flag flying give us a wave.

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Look out for our Welsh flag in Horning. We are renting a cottage this time

kindest regards . malcolm wilkinson

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Hi Phil,

I believe I saw you lunch time today between Cantley and Reedham.  You heading for Reedham and me heading for The Beauchamp Arms where I am sitting now and using their wifi.

We did both wave but I didn't realise it was you till I looked at my boating holiday list.

I couldn't make Yarmouth till approx 4 hours after low water today and Breydon was pretty rough.  I didn't see any other boats crossing Breydon in either direction.
I inly saw the B.A Spirit of Breydon as I was nearing The Berney.

If not blowing a gale will go to The Wherry Hotel at Oulton Broad tomorrow. Cheers

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Yes, and I saw you too, you had just come under Reedham bridge.l am currently at the Duke's Head Somerleyton enjoying an open fire. We are heading back north tomorrow hope to see you again.


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Whereabouts are you in Cheshire, Phil? Roughly speaking - don't need your postcode!  My son is in Blacon, Chester...

Danny


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Hi Danny we're from the other side of Chester near Northwich.

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