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TAS
1333 Posts
Posted 1/6/2011, 9:58 am        Report
The wind for this weekend is looking good statewide and the forecast is holding at this stage Sunday is looking the best of the two days The question is where to sail
TAS
1216 Posts
Posted 1/6/2011, 10:26 am        Report
my 2c is it is very likely to change drastically So I reckon close to home. Anywhere from the Derwent to Marion Bay
TAS
134 Posts
Posted 1/6/2011, 11:25 am        Report
My new (well secondhand) board and rig arrived today. So fingers crossed for _some_ wind.
TAS
1836 Posts
Posted 1/6/2011, 12:03 pm        Report
well at the moment it looks very average in the Hobart/se area. Think I'll just stay home.
TAS
1346 Posts
Posted 1/6/2011, 6:34 pm        Report
Looking forward to a blast should be fun Russ
TAS
1333 Posts
Posted 2/6/2011, 9:35 pm        Report
Which day a you thinking of sailing Russ? I'm only sailing Sunday but still cant decide where to sail. (Up north or down south) Only because i'll be up North Sat arvo/night
TAS
1563 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 7:28 am        Report
I'll probably have a blast at Dorans on Sunday Jez. Haven't taken the Isonic out yet so keen to give it a go
TAS
1310 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 7:30 am        Report
Yeah I will sail Sunday on Jez's Isonic. Thanks Jez.
TAS
1563 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 7:34 am        Report
It's Isonic mania!!
TAS
1333 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 9:59 am        Report
geared4knots said...
Yeah I will sail Sunday on Jez's Isonic. Thanks Jez.
You wish
TAS
1216 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 11:34 am        Report
on saturday arvo - maybe Carlton if anyone else is keen, if not maybe suggestions (that can be read) Sunday, probably just Dorans again - from around 1
TAS
1836 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 11:49 am        Report
The best we can hope for in the Hobart area is a big gear sail at Dorans.
TAS
595 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 3:34 pm        Report
I thought there would be a few keen for Henty this weekend.
TAS
1538 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 4:44 pm        Report
Geri's in NZ and I've got 19 Groodle puppies to look after (seriously) and ads in the newspapers trying to sell them, so best I can hope for is maybe a short sail somewhere local (hopefully Pittwater) for maybe a 1 hr and NM as part ofthe GPS TC. Sunday morning is probably looking the best at the moment. Anyone after a puppy or two?
TAS
1825 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 5:10 pm        Report
T 11 said...
I thought there would be a few keen for Henty this weekend.
whats every one thoughts, looking good here sunday.
TAS
1333 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 6:13 pm        Report
izaak said...
T 11 said...
I thought there would be a few keen for Henty this weekend.
whats every one thoughts, looking good here sunday.
Yer I'm thinking Port Sorell Sunday, will be coming from Bridport so about a 2hr trip. What time would you guys be sailing?
TAS
2123 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 6:24 pm        Report
AUS02 said...
I've got 19 Groodle puppies to look after...
OK, what's a Groodle? I'm guessing a poodle crossed with something beginning with Gr - surely not a Great Dane!
TAS
595 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 7:00 pm        Report
Congratulations Dave thats a fair handfull!! Jez low tide around 8 am sun so looks like an early start from Bridport but it shouldnt take you 2 hours unless you drive like a Nanna Easty have you heard of a Golden retriever
TAS
2123 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 7:20 pm        Report
T 11 said...
Easty have you heard of a Golden retriever
Ah, thanks Johno.
TAS
595 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 8:50 pm        Report
Dave would you have a photo of the "crowd" you could put up
TAS
1836 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 9:14 pm        Report
T 11 said...
Dave would you have a photo of the "crowd" you could put up
With Geri away, 20 GGROODLIES and more than that in Pale Ale I'm not sure Dave could focus..... the camera properly.
TAS
1333 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 9:14 pm        Report
T 11 said...
Congratulations Dave thats a fair handfull!! Jez low tide around 8 am sun so looks like an early start from Bridport but it shouldnt take you 2 hours unless you drive like a Nanna Easty have you heard of a Golden retriever
Coooool, so you'd want to be on the water about 7.30ish Ok was just going on google map prediction, should do it a little bit quicker then
TAS
1346 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 9:19 pm        Report
Is anyone keen for Saturday at Dorans?? I think it looks good early say 10 am Cheers Russ
TAS
1310 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 9:25 pm        Report
0 knots as we speak at lauderdale.
TAS
1836 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 9:30 pm        Report
geared4knots said...
0 knots as we speak at lauderdale.
3 knots here, a bow line and two half hitches
TAS
1836 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 9:34 pm        Report
buzzy said...
geared4knots said...
0 knots as we speak at lauderdale.
3 knots here, a bow line and two half hitches
EDIT Actually I meant to say, obviously Houstons not ther otherwise as he spoke there would be lots of wind!! And I wonder why the other 11 people in my staff room at work take every opportunity to hang crap on me Not to mention why my wife says 'speak to the hand'
TAS
1538 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 9:39 pm        Report
No wind here, but plenty oodles of Groodles ...
TAS
1538 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 9:43 pm        Report
Yes, the father was black !!
TAS
1333 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 9:48 pm        Report
AUS02 said...
Yes, the father was black !!
Haha I was just thinking that
TAS
1836 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 9:52 pm        Report
Jezstrt said...
AUS02 said...
Yes, the father was black !!
Haha I was just thinking that
Yes I was also thinking that! The Black Dog! Ah! me Nigga!
TAS
2339 Posts
Posted 3/6/2011, 9:56 pm        Report
They look a bit like you Dave....did you jump the fence
 
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