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    stitch the segs you lazy devil.. will take approx 5 mins
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    Hi,

    thanks for the info and the offer of a ride but I'm not interested in deep water. If I was I'd buy a boat!

    The 'beach' at Cleethorpes is about six miles long and two or more miles out at low water. You don't get grannies or anyone else out there much. It's 'home-town' for me so I know my way around there.

    Not that I'll be trying it out any time soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peterd51 View Post
    Hi,
    The 'beach' at Cleethorpes is about six miles long and two or more miles out at low water. You don't get grannies or anyone else out there much. It's 'home-town' for me so I know my way around there.
    Unfortunately the coast at Cleethorpes (like a lot of places around the UK) is designated under the European Habitats Directive and European Birds Directive. It's also a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). It is a criminal offence to damage or disturb designated features. I would reckon you are guaranteed to get "noticed" in an area like this.

    A boat - surely not! All that hassle launching and mooring and not being able to get into shallow water - never mind the tides, wet feet and the fuel bill Far better with a hovercraft - you just skim straight onto the water and stop wherever you can skim back out of the water again - no worries about how deep the water is or what's under the surface.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firth5731 View Post
    stitch the segs you lazy devil.. will take approx 5 mins
    Okay Garry, you win!!!

    I have fired up the sewing machine in the barn tonight and have tried t get it to work correctly....

    I think I might have sorted it!!!!!

    Is there no end my cleverness.....

    B.

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    Default Re: Sewing thread

    What the heck am I looking at?

    What are those tubes for?


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    What are those tubes for?

    Surface to Air Misiles .......lol
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    Tubes? They are "Trev Pipes"!! The ones in the pic maybe too short to work well.
    Last edited by Philip; 18-May-10 at 10:17 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip View Post
    Tubes? They are "Trev Pipes"!! The ones in the pic maybe too short to work well.
    Work well at what?

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