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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Boxing day in the Solent

    Weather not looking too good for Boxing Day, so not sure I'll get that much support from family and think I'll struggle to get out alone.

    Do you think they will have room on that new Binliner that is motoring up the Solent?

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  2. #12
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    Default Re: Boxing day in the Solent

    I'll be tucked up under some tree waiting for somes birds to fly on Boxing Day - shotgun in hand! But rest of the week out and about! Definatley on for Folly run on either 29th or 30th. Have fun!

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    Default Re: Boxing day in the Solent

    Bring your lifejacket and come out on Blue Angel!

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    Default Re: Boxing day in the Solent

    Col

    Merry Christmas to you and Vicky. See PM.

    Jon

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    Default Re: Boxing day in the Solent

    Thanks Jon, and the same to you and your family.
    So far no PM received.

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    Default As seen on TV

    Pleased to report that after the efforts of Col and me, QM2 docked successfully in Southampton. I was suitably impressed with whole event and well worth the effort. Went to the anchor at Bursledon and saw some 'interesting' berthing techniques in a F6/F7 wind - makes the efforts of berthing the QM2 that much more impressive.

    Trip back up Southampton water was certainly 'interesting', especially without Blue Angel to flatten path. At one stage we were the only non-moored boat we could see. Even Brendan would have been impressed. Blew away quite a few cobwebs and worked up a hunger for another battle with the turkey. Our eldest tried out his new digital camera and good fun was had by all. Where was everyone else?


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    Default Re: As seen on TV

    &gt;&gt;Our eldest tried out his new digital camera and good fun was had by &lt;&lt;

    Where are the piccies then!!!!!

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    Default Re: As seen on TV

    Would you not be better employed getting on with the panto??

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    Default Re: As seen on TV

    So far spent this morning installing new shower, putting software onto kids computers, practising with diablo (so that I can keep up with kids), moving boxes of rubbish + + +. Will try to load them onto web site later today now that nephews and nieces have arrived - will need some peace and quiet.

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    Default Re: As seen on TV

    And fixing the lampshade??

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