Cuan against the wind

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DaveS
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Cuan against the wind

Postby DaveS » Thu Oct 08, 2020 6:17 pm

Someone posted on this, but I inadvertently deleted it while clearing out spam, and I've been unable to recover it. Many apologies. Please re-post if still within useful time window.

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Re: Cuan against the wind

Postby claymore » Sun Oct 11, 2020 4:44 pm

From memory - someone asked whether it would be preferable to nip through Cuan when heading Oban -ish if it was blowing a bit from Easdale direction.
I think I said it might be be a bit lumpy at the exit but wouldn't last for long
Wully and several others agreed.
Someone probably suggested that I may have more experience and first hand knowledge that others and that my word ought to be trusted.
I still can't decide whether that was a veiled compliment, a veiled pop at me or just someone having fun.

Still undecided....
just saying...
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Re: Cuan against the wind

Postby DaveS » Sun Oct 11, 2020 6:32 pm

Thanks for that. It appears I executed an entire thread rather than a single post :oops:
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Re: Cuan against the wind

Postby claymore » Tue Oct 13, 2020 12:25 pm

Now that, My Boy - is Power....real Power :nod:
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