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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
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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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Yes I do seem to recall the nice young lady in question. DOH!!! I've give the game away now as to who the plonker was. You tricked me there Gary Smile

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Strangest thing I have ever seen, people who actually like and plan to stop
at Great Yarmouth!!!!  Tinhat

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That gid auld scottish blood. Cheers

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Strangest thing I saw last October, a guy packing up his fishing gear into a small, possibly private/day boat up on a northern river ( just can't remember which !) and there sat on the bank large as a lion was his cat !!!!

Looked like the cat was thinking " for goodness sake will you hurry up and get that fish in I'm hungry ! oh and mind you don't splash me !!)

It did look huge like a maine coon or some other large variety didn't manage to get a pic unfortunately as camera not at hand but if anyone else has please post.

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I have mentioned it before:  Seeing a squirrel swim across the Yare from the treeless bank to the slipway and wooded bank at Woods End.

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seeing a completely naked woman wondering about in the open cockpit of a cruiser 2 weeks ago while moored at Gays staithe! Middle of the afternoon too... well it was one of the few decent days, weather wise so I guess she was making the most of it  Smile

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That may well have been Leigh, of Leigh & Christina (member "Tuppence"). They have a Maine Coone cat, same breed as ours, and very lion like, and he travels with them all the time. He's light coloured and totally used to the rivers and boating. We travel too far for our cat to come with us, but Leigh & Christina have brought Asher boating since he was a kitten.

Leigh's a keen fisherman and the cat is usually on a lead nearby on the bank. Christina must have been around somewhere, if indeed it was them.

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