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Sep-27-2004 @ 11:09 PM                           Permalink
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Great food - the Lamb Shank is fantastic. Great staff, and the beer - superb.

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Sep-28-2004 @ 11:53 AM                           Permalink
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Richard glad you are enjoying your holls. sorry to rub salt in but when you go back, we start our winter saunter on the river.What might be nice is, when you get back see if you can find out and post some boat hire hollidays in the States, just for interest. cheers mate .

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I'll see what I can find. I know that on the east coast they are opening up some of the old canals for the tourist industry. Also with the strong pound, week doller might not be that expensive - I'll see what I can find and post.

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Jan-11-2005 @ 7:15 PM                           Permalink
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Hi all i am now confused what is Fried Cod input welcome cheers for now.

roya

ps can we have a picture of the Broom craft mr Gunslinger,  what a funny name you have chosen for yourself Get off your horse and drink the milk ha ha cheers for now

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Jan-11-2005 @ 7:26 PM                           Permalink
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coldham hall tavern nice pub and do great food and plenty of mooring spaces.do they still have the parrot behind the bar?

s.d fisher

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Jan-11-2005 @ 12:23 AM                           Permalink
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I know I'm in the wrong section - but how about the details of your boat/ship Gunslinger for the database - I don't have an entry for Ivor*** in the system (even if SHE isn't 97 ft long)

Craig
Craig how is the cat

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well gunslinger with out the "posey shades" as you call them I would be as blind as a bat, but thank you for the location update - I stand corrected.

Think I'll go sink another tin before some gin palace runs me down.

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The parrot was certainly still in residence in September.  Never tried the food but the beer's top notch - best pint of Broadside I've had.  Only thing to watch is if mooring overnight, the tide can come over the top of the quay heading, so it's best to go stern on and hold off with the mudweight.  Oh, and don't expect to get a mooring on the Friday night before the Yare Nav race...

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Hey - Mind what you say about the waitresses: one of them's my daughter.

(I warn you of that for your own safety, if she hears she's being talked about...  :o)
Dear Merganser do not worry i am watching a certain what shall i say, very closely and sooner or later the dustbin calls and the trash is deposited cheers for now.

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Dear Merganser the call of the dusbin was to strong ,so i have trashed the rubbish cheers for now.

roya

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