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Aug-27-2021 @ 11:12 AM                           Permalink
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Come and join us on the Southern rivers, no where near as crowded.

I sail out of Brundall with the Scouts Saturdays, normally heading downriver and once at Buckenham, apart from Langley Woods, it's a good clean wind even though the majority is reed-lined.

There is the problem of the odd fisherman, aren't they all odd?, but they are even learning to accept us.



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Aug-27-2021 @ 11:47 AM                           Permalink
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Thankyou, yes I love sailing in the clean winds of the south where wherries and dinghys alike can really open them up in a blow. Also great to hear you’re out and about with the endurable Scouts, my whole rig consist of one cleat and a figure of eight knot which won’t be getting me dusting off the shirt to sow another badge on. Good sailings for your merry flotilla.

Edit thought. If the reed harvesters could be tempted with refreshments at Cantley then the stretch towards Norwich from Cantley to de reed would make a class run.

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