Summer Jaunt

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DaveS
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Summer Jaunt

Postby DaveS » Thu Aug 14, 2008 9:36 pm

Well, I got back from this year's summer trip a week ago, and I've been very virtuous, industrious, and other 'us'es and got it all written up here: http://www.yotblog.com/DaveS/3721/.

Piccies may be added later.

This years highlight was rounding the Butt of Lewis - a first for me.

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Postby ash » Thu Aug 14, 2008 10:07 pm

Great Blog - Looking forward to the pics.

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Postby Silkie » Thu Aug 14, 2008 10:47 pm

Thanks for sharing Dave. Never mind "may be added later" - get those pics up pronto.
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Postby bilbo » Fri Aug 15, 2008 8:20 pm

For what it's worth.....

For Murray McLeod at 'bookings@seatrek.co.uk'

Murray,

I'd planned to take advantage of your SeaRib excursions when I brought my family and some friends your way later in the month but, after hearing of the hooligan and reckless behaviour of your RIB driver on 30 July, I've decided to do something else with my money instead. And I've forwarded the story to some American friends who, like me, were interested in your trips and also likely to be passing your way, care of a hired motor-home and Calmac. They're old-fashioned folks from the Deep South, and are big on ordinary courtesy. They, also, are now likely to keep their Euros in their pockets.

Have a good winter.

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Postby Windfinder » Fri Aug 15, 2008 9:02 pm

Great blog - really enjoyed it. Like everyone else I demand photos!

SeaRib: Frankly I don't mind motorbaots coming near me, it gives them a better sensation of speed and a bit of wash never did anyone any harm.


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