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Old 02-07-2008, 23:28   #16
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Originally Posted by Alan Wheeler View Post
That's OK, we picked that up after your first post ;-) :-)
hey bro, tell ya a story about me cuzy's way up north

Years ago - on a visit, they took us to a hungie (which are normally quite good), well, at this one, they kinda used kerosene to heat the rocks, well, you can imagine what the food taste like

Guess I should've been glad they didn't use salt water rocks (don't they explode?)

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Old 02-07-2008, 23:29   #17
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Sounds like that could be the case. The dinghy rolled a few times and a non swimmer would have drowned.
Was very surprised when I also saw that one claimed he could not swim - as a few forumites will know I have a very authorative source on this subject and she is also surprised as is very unusual (perhaps he meant across the language barrier that he couldn't swim far enough??? but dunno).

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good reality check......we can all do dumb stuff that really wasn't so dumb to start off with.....
.......dont want to push my luck, but I recon the reason why a lot of us sail is not because it stays the same.... still have to be careful though...

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