woodfarm rock- kyles of Bute

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woodfarm rock- kyles of Bute

Postby pagoda » Sat Oct 04, 2014 5:06 pm

Not taking any credit for spotting the post (TOP)...

Anyway it appears the buoy has been replaced by a decent perch.
I personally never had any bother with the rock/buoy, but a perch is pretty definite in location. !

Thanks to all the organisations who chipped in cash to allow it to happen. (ClydePort being strapped for funds!)

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Re: woodfarm rock- kyles of Bute

Postby aquaplane » Sat Oct 04, 2014 10:57 pm

To right, top marks (no pun intended) all round.

When I come across CCC perches dotted about I think "how usefull is that".
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Re: woodfarm rock- kyles of Bute

Postby lady_stormrider » Wed Nov 12, 2014 4:17 pm

The red and green perches that the CCC have placed in the past are excellent - but a couple I can think of could do with being refreshed/replaced/green paint re-done. Ones being in the narrow North side entrance to Tobermory behind Calve Island, for example.
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Re: woodfarm rock- kyles of Bute

Postby voyager35 » Wed Nov 12, 2014 9:17 pm

lady_stormrider wrote:The red and green perches that the CCC have placed in the past are excellent - but a couple I can think of could do with being refreshed/replaced/green paint re-done. Ones being in the narrow North side entrance to Tobermory behind Calve Island, for example.

they will need to do a bit more than paint them the Port side one was missing when I went through in October


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