Fenders - Let's have a heated debate.

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sahona
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Re: Fenders - Let's have a heated debate.

Postby sahona » Tue Mar 17, 2009 10:41 pm

Gratuitous, but scuffle-free.
That's a relief then.
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Re: Fenders - Let's have a heated debate.

Postby Silkie » Tue Mar 17, 2009 10:46 pm

FullCircle wrote:I can now report that on Full Circle's maiden 2009 voyage over the weekend, we fished out a very nice 24x10 white fender from the River Crouch.
Time to book the stall at the next boat jumble methinks.

I'd offer to buy it and save you the cost of the stall FC but it's not quite big enough for Silkie I'm afraid.
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Re: Fenders - Let's have a heated debate.

Postby FullCircle » Tue Mar 17, 2009 11:12 pm

Silkie wrote:
FullCircle wrote:I can now report that on Full Circle's maiden 2009 voyage over the weekend, we fished out a very nice 24x10 white fender from the River Crouch.
Time to book the stall at the next boat jumble methinks.

I'd offer to buy it and save you the cost of the stall FC but it's not quite big enough for Silkie I'm afraid.


It damned well is. I shall bring it as a gift when we return to Trouser land in June. Along with Pete Coopers chart of the Channel Wrecks.


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