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route planning.....

Geoffs

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Is there likely to be any problem getting onto Yarmouth on Fri eve? It'll probably be 7:00pm before we get over.

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duncan

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last year we were all on the same pontoon - can't see an issue.

1900h would have been good for last year - we were the only boat there by then!

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rickp

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We may make it over to yarmouth - but I doubt we'd be there much before 7pm either. I need to conflab with the crew...

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duncan

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experience indicates last orders for food is 2100h - some boats aiming to eat were still in the middle of the Solent at 2115h last year!

1900h would give you the opportunity to explore some of the more serious drinking available!

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Col

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All right! All right! It wasn't my fault that you-know-who was late! I was pedal to the metal all the way across.
It was a good job the advance party was on the ball!!
So I will see you earlier this year /forums/images/icons/wink.gif

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Col

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I'd better get some sleep earlier in the week this year.
We will firm up arrangements nearer the time OK.

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|What was the name of the pub we were in last year nover at Yarmouth. Was it the Wheatsheaf?

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BarryH

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I would say I'm surprised that you don't, but I won't/forums/images/icons/wink.gif

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