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Mar-11-2007 @ 7:46 PM                           Permalink
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WOW, Gary & Richard what can I say? I am amazed by your thoughts and offers Cheers

More than happy to run with Gary's very kind offer, but if Richard wants some time on the water then he is more than welcome anyway.
Cappy does not have a rag and a stick though Blush  but has just had a nice makeover in the shape of an anti foul and will be all shiney & bright by the time the meet comes up  LOL

So it's upto you Richard, if you fancy it then you are more than welcome - Aim to go over on the 20th (or 21st if thats still ok with Gary if I'm solo) and come back the following Monday (25th)and do that in one run (tide is 13:36) so will have enough daylight to do it all in one go.

I'm really amazed by all the kind offers, thanks ever so much.


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no problem Smile  btw I also fixed the bug in the SOS list !

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Bug??? ahh you mean the martini days LOL That must be the best error page I have ever come across

Have just updated details there so that was rather timely  Cheers

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Well it looks like Richard will be arriving at the meet by boat again. Lucky man!!!

If you need assistance dont hesitate to shout though.

Richard, I'm sure you will be able to work out how to get a stick to fit the boat. LOL

Marc, Are you normally in Brundall Bay Marina?

Gary.
There is still time to be a sailey, even at your age.

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Mar-11-2007 @ 10:25 PM                           Permalink
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Gary

We'll be moving to Blatches (from horning) on the 1st April, which is just behind Griffin.

Stick on Cappy?  Scared  Hadn't thought of the hamsters being let loose on the broads - will watch out for anything larger than a fishing rod  Playful  LOL

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Marc, it looks like you've got this mostly covered now but my original suggestion, which will still stand if either Richard or Gary is unable to help come the time, would be to try Langley Dyke.  It's very close to Gary's suggestion of Cantley and is completely sheltered - you won't be encountering wind or tide there!

If you do stop at Cantley be sure to go to The Reedcutter.  Not mentioned on here in recent times but, having had lunch there last Saturday, dinner there last night and a quick pint there this afternoon I can confirm it is still a top notch place to go.

Simon

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Thanks very much for the suggestion  Cheers

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