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NorfolkNog

Another one under Potter Bridge

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Brinks Sonnet (?), 6' 9"  trying to get through a 6' 3" hole on its way to Great Yarmouth???!!!:norty:

The hirer is lucky that the front screens haven't popped,  

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Looking at the boat moored in the distance I'd have guessed it was heading Hickling way not Yarmouth way. I could be wrong!

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I know it's early on a Sunday morning MM but do try to keep up!  I expect the skipper's map was upside down. There are even folk who think they can reach Ely this way - although they tend to refer to Ely as 'eel eye'.

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They must have pulled her out ok.     The boat in the background has just left Potter.

 

 

 

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That darn photo keeps haunting me

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I wonder if they used the pilot to go through the first time and thought "it looks easy, I could do that"

 

Jeff

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