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    Hi Dunc

    We should have gone by then but there should be some one on site to kick your tires. We will be back by 2 ish and then we can hover local to the site or crack on to next adventure!(often involves a pint or two yum,yum )



    Bryan

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    Hmmm...Maybe I need aim to arive earlier..



    What time should I aim to arrive then to get the craft looked at intime to come out on the first big adventure?



    Dunc

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    As all these things early is the key!if you require any more details of the event please follow instructions in my first posting and use the number provided.

    Cheers!

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    Yes once again the Severn Cruse is on.

    For those who havent been before the tide will be out for most of the day which leaves miles and miles of sand bars which is a good thing in some ways, But the down side litrally is that as there is an 15 m rise and fall of tide so there is a long slope in and out over mud and rocks "yummy".

    We will be getting to the site from late Friday (7 Th) afternoon onwards. The

    address is Fretherne lodge .

    Exit J13 M5 head west to A38 (1/2 Mile ).

    Head south (1/2 mile) turn right to Arlingham via Frampton-on -Severn over

    Canal bridge, main rd? goes right, you go straight on for a mile the field entrance is

    behind a small Victorian Church which is on your left.

    Regards Bill Baker.

    I have spoken with Bill Trump the owner of the land and he tells me that the ramp in and out is the best it has been for many years.

    Ps we have a self catering Barby on the Saturday evening

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