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JonS1959
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Grendel - What and miss out on all the entertaining threads that it produces on here  Evil Grin

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Would you really put a monument of a national treasure ......... in an industrial estate......


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Looks good, is there/could ther be, a place on the website showing location of power poles and/or showers?

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Hi David

Nice Smile , but on the drop down you don't have Sutton Staithe marked as a departure or arrival point.

Might also be good if you could put Water and Electric points in the amenities listing.

Otherwise it's looking good.

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David

Nice site, but norwich is on the Wensum not the Yare. Question



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Good idea, I would like to see the Broads marked as well.
Barton to Salhouse and the like please ! ??

Thurn Mouth to St Bennets !  Some of the "visitor points" ?



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I have never seen a nine inch rise and fall in any twenty four hour period at Potter Heigham.  Rise and fall is usually four inches.

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What's that on the fore-deck?.

Seems very useful to me, despite not allowing for tacking or stopping for a bevvy in calculating the E.T.A.

Interesting to note that Gt Yarmite has been relegated, as it should, to a plain and simple Yarmouth

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I liked the site, very good. I liked the photos of the bridges as you can see what your up agaist .

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Jenny/ Peter, Please, Please, as a man where the real "Yarmouth IOW" is so close to my heart don't shorten the Norfolk pretender!
Actually I love Great Yarmouth! If you are prepared to walk seven to nine miles in a day, visit the museums, read the boards, get behind the arcades of the sea front by one street and look up at the wonderful buildings, then a whole new aspect is discovered. Great Yarmouth has as rich a history as any port in the UK.

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Not a Theme Park. Please leave them as you would wish to find them.

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P.S. might be not on my list should I wish to move.

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The Broads are:-
Not a Theme Park. Please leave them as you would wish to find them.

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“Gt Yarmite has been relegated, as it should, to a plain and simple Yarmouth”

And it’s listed as having “All usual facilities of a large town” - for some of us that means taking the missus to Café Cru or Ladies Night at the Racecourse where she can dress up to the nines, for others it means taking the missus for a walk down Regent Road and moaning about it on here.

Back to the plot, confusion between The Rushcutters (Arms) and The Reedcutter.

Peter

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