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Postby barnsie » Tue Aug 25, 2009 2:28 pm

Folks

For those stay at the caravan/camp site, it is a site where others other than ourselves will be staying, especially French families.

If you have not stayed on a French campsite before, the organisations that run them do not tolerate late night bad behaviour. So please respect the requirement of others, especially families that will be there as well. We do not want to have a situation where we may be banned from this facilitiy for next year's Worlds, but for the high jinxs of a small minority and find that as an association we have to take action against said parties to possibly avoid this arising.

We are sharing the event with the French Skiff Association and we want to work with them in the future. This is the first meeting of the two groups and is very important to the B14s move back into Europe.

So thats enough house keeping, lets have a great time, behave and so all no matter Nationality and class sailed, can say they had a great time.

8)

Bye for now

Barnsie:lol:
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Postby george » Tue Aug 25, 2009 3:05 pm

Barnsie

I hope you have intimated this to Scotty... remember in Hobart when they broke into your flat's junction box and switched off all the electrics :lol:

and when they stole the Worlds trophy

and put our shoes in the freezer

and covered a campervan in chocolate cake
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Postby Pete Nicholson » Tue Aug 25, 2009 6:19 pm

What about the last night when he puked and then ate it up again!!!
See you all in a couple of days.
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Postby barnsie » Tue Aug 25, 2009 7:27 pm

No on a serious note we have to behave as the bulk of the fleet will probably be based here for the Worlds. :wink:
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