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Couple Rescued Crossing Sutton Broad

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It was a murky Monday evening when out of the mist came the silhouette of the ghostly galleon drifting slowly down the broad. 

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 RT and timbo :default_gbxhmm:

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1 hour ago, brundallNavy said:

It was a murky Monday evening when out of the mist came the silhouette of the ghostly galleon drifting slowly down the broad. 

At the helm was a wizened old sea dog of a captain, strangely assisted by a small cabin girl.

As far as could be ascertained the propulsion was twin beagle breath.

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2 hours ago, brundallNavy said:

It was a murky Monday evening when out of the mist came the silhouette of the ghostly galleon drifting slowly down the broad. 

Sits down in story corner waiting to hear the next chapter ......

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1 hour ago, FairTmiddlin said:

At the helm was a wizened old sea dog of a captain, strangely assisted by a small cabin girl.

As far as could be ascertained the propulsion was twin beagle breath.

There was certainly a lot of hot air....

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10 minutes ago, JanetAnne said:

There was certainly a lot of hot air....

Mostly interspersed with strong mix of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire expletives no doubt.

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Sorry, absolutely no idea what you're talking about. Please explain. 

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You've just got to put the little snippets of information together over 2 threads and the picture builds up. I'm sure a certain person will be along soon to fill in the gaps.

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Timbo is out in Royal Tudor with granddaughter Gracie.  

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As darkness descended a small voice was heard to call out “ do we have any candles” 

A fine knight appeared on his white steed ( well cream actually) throw me a line and I will pull you to safety came a voice in a Broad Suffolk accent mixed with a bit of bucks. 

 

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I trust the problem is now sorted and RT is proceeding upon her way to beccles. Currently I have a bilge pump coming on for a couple of minutes every few hours, usually when I move to the starboard side., I will be departing for Brendon in about an hour. Once the washing up has been done.

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9 minutes ago, YnysMon said:

Brendon?

I’m sure Brendon is looking forward to seeing him. 

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It’s ok grandma he’s wearing a hat so he must be friendly. 

Once under tow when we get to 5 mph put it in gear and drop the clutch came the instructions, ok ready now !   Still no luck so the only thing left to do is send the patient to Papastoft for a transplant, I’ll call ahead and make the arrangements replied the white knight. 

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This thread might as well be in a foreign language. Very frustrating. 

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Sorry Broads01 

Our illustrious chairman has broken his boat and we are trying to get him to confess

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Well more like baiting him to confess really

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I am sure when he does it will be an epic tale- much better than the one of me sinking my dinghy.

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