Glesca pint or 3?

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Glesca pint or 3?

Postby Bejasus » Mon Aug 28, 2006 1:31 pm

Will be in Glasgow on 22/23rd Sept if anyone fancies a pint or whatever, also on the 30th. Troon on the Sunday 24th for a weeks sailing with Second Wind. Then over to the US on 3rd October to finalise our new/old boat which is lying in Mississippi.
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Postby Telo » Mon Aug 28, 2006 10:05 pm

Good idea. Trouble is we may, depending on the weather, be bringing Shard back to the Clyde (Ardrossan, where else?) from Appin round about then.

A wee reminder closer to the date................

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Postby Aja » Mon Aug 28, 2006 11:03 pm

Clyde Cruising Club closing muster for us I'm afraid....

There must be someone out there....

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Postby Superstrath » Tue Aug 29, 2006 9:25 am

That's the Glasgow September Weekend holiday (Friday/Monday) so most likely sailing - but you never know.

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Glesca pint or 3?

Postby Bejasus » Tue Aug 29, 2006 12:05 pm

Ok, I guess what I will do is update this on the Thursday prior and see what happens, but we will be there on the following Saturday(30th) too.

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never mind

Postby Bejasus » Sat Sep 23, 2006 7:26 pm

well plans pretty much changed. In Glasgow tonight(23rd) and off to Troon tomorrow and sailing from Troon on Monday for a week. So if you are out next week and see 'Chewsy', give us a wave. Will be bqack in Glasgow the following Friday and back to Norfolk on the Saturday. Good news is that the house has sold and the boat has been bought, so off to Mississippi on the 4th, and we are out of here.

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Re: never mind

Postby Telo » Sun Sep 24, 2006 1:54 pm

Congratulations with the house. 'Fraid I won't be around next Saturday - returning from a work event, then hopefully going north to start bringing the boat back to Ayrshire.

It was a Hardin 45, wasn't it? They look great boats, very spacious. Good luck with her!

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Postby Bejasus » Fri Sep 29, 2006 11:28 pm

Yep, a Hardin 45 it is. Got the survey results back and no real problems there, so it's full steam ahead.
On the sailing front, completed Dazed Kipper today(Friday) Strange weather all week. Seems the group that own the White Hart in Campbeltown have gone bust and some work coming up in the harbour there too. As for Rothesay. All the berths on the eastern side were closed, as they are fitting new electrics to the pontoons, and the western side was full, so had to pick up a buoy instead.
Anyway, had a fairly good week, despite the weather. Saw plenty of seals, quite a few porpoises, 1 Minke whale, and 2 Basking Sharks, one of which was huge, and followed the boat for a spell.

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Hardin 45 - should I be worried?

Postby Telo » Wed Nov 01, 2006 4:05 pm

Mme Shard has started spending time time looking at Hardin Voyagers, 44s, and 45s, on the internet. She's started coming over all funny when she looks at them.

My questions are;
    Are they as good as they look?
    Shouldn't she be getting on with her work instead of wasting time on the internet, like, errmm, what I do?

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Lot of Boat

Postby Aja » Wed Nov 01, 2006 5:45 pm

for the money 'specially with the 45

as in this one??
http://marinedirectory.ybw.com/boat/new/boat_details1.jsp?id=39779&curr_id=1

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That's the one - the Hardin

Postby Telo » Wed Nov 01, 2006 7:00 pm



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