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(14)Sorry we won't see you Joe, but thank you for letting me know. Liz From: "murphy.joe@... [dinghysolent]" To:
(5)Many thanks Liz for offering to host 31 march daysail, which hardy souls may extend over the holiday weekend. And you too David for 17 Feb. I will do 3 March,
(10)Thanks for info Steve. Please can you provide a contact number or email address for your Cody SC camp at Poole. Thank you.Liz From: "Steve White steve@...
(14)Many thanks are due to Gerald, Alistair, Liz, Chris, and Alan for their guidance. At first it was looking like a photo finish but taking other factors into
(2)... Yes, that is correct, though my name is spelt Alastair. Cheers. -- Sail when you can, row when you must, motor only when you have to be at work in the
(1)I should have mentioned that I checked the Pilsea mud and it is still there, but below half tide. One step from the shingle hard and you are deep in it! As far
(7)Thank you, Tim. David
(35)A good first sail of the year, thank you Joe for hosting! I have a few photos I'll add soon. Looking forward to the next one where hopefully I'll think to
(2)Len, I am happy to host a rally this year. Kind regards, Chris Davidson
(6)I don't know what those are Len. Liz From: "'Len Wingfield' len@... [dinghysolent]" To:
(1)(As already posted on the Forum): I dropped off the Winter issue, 236, with the printer early last Tuesday, January 2nd. I know they started on it right away,
(1)Dear All, I was recently researching on the web the most effective sewing patterns for making looped ends in webbing, and found this really interesting site.
(1)This will be held from 6pm on Sat 3 February at The Crown Hotel, Emsworth, following the say-sail to Fowley Island on the same day. Payments for £12 to E A
(1)Enter your vote now! https://uk.groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/dinghysolent/polls/poll/9376975 Poll for Alan Earl Trophy - only eligible for boats with
(34)Enter your vote today! A new poll has been created for the dinghysolent group: Poll for Alan Earl Trophy - only eligible for boats with traditional rig, eg
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