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Title: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: 555 on June 30, 2005, 19:12:09 PM
I'm taking a boat full of keen pushers out on Saturday for a run up the Mak. Time is not set yet so is there anybody else keen for a run. Forecast is good and river is low. So just right ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: Tony777 on June 30, 2005, 19:15:54 PM
I'm a starter if your going after lunch, 1-1:30
Title: Re: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: 555 on June 30, 2005, 19:17:04 PM
1.00 to 1.30pm it is then.
Title: Re: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: Clark on June 30, 2005, 19:22:58 PM
I can bring my new engine!  ;D
Title: Re: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: rgv500 on June 30, 2005, 19:27:13 PM
good stuff Clark my fords keen to meet your ford

Might have to shot down for a run as well.

Title: Re: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: Clark on July 02, 2005, 17:50:43 PM
We didnt have the first push but we had the biggest.

I still stand on my original position that any navigational directions that I may offer during the course of the river trip should be taken as purely suggestion and that in taking suggested channels which may lead to possible groundings is purely optional, hence no blame on myself or any agent acting on my behalf.
Title: Re: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: 555 on July 02, 2005, 17:56:46 PM
Great fun. I had the first after filling my grill with stones but I didn't have the best.Tony and Clark should be proud of how far they got. Got a photo on the cell phone but can't seem to get it to attach. I know there are more photos out there tho. I would say at least 100m over dry land ;D ;D ;D Well done
Title: Re: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: JR on July 02, 2005, 17:57:32 PM
We didnt have the first push but we had the biggest.

I still stand on my original position that any navigational directions that I may offer during the course of the river trip should be taken as purely suggestion and that in taking suggested channels which may lead to possible groundings is purely optional, hence no blame on myself or any agent acting on my behalf.
Dam Clark :o :o :o :o.. So you had your Arm's folded and your Eye's closed again.. Where are the pic's... Cheers JR ;D ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: Jet 44 on July 02, 2005, 18:05:02 PM
What is all this dribble Mr Clark???? one thing i must say that you are level headed though ::) ::) ::)

Cos you do dribble out both sides of your mouth ;D ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: Clark on July 02, 2005, 18:05:47 PM
Great fun. I had the first after filling my grill with stones but I didn't have the best.Tony and Clark should be proud of how far they got. Got a photo on the cell phone but can't seem to get it to attach. I know there are more photos out there tho. I would say at least 100m over dry land ;D ;D ;D Well done

you exagerate! It was only 95m.  ;D
Title: Re: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: Tony777 on July 02, 2005, 18:07:50 PM
I was doing fine while he had his arms folded, it was when he unfolded them and pointed that the trouble began  ;D ;D ;D It was worth a go thou  ;) ;D ;D ;D  Thanks to those who stopped and gave us a hand.
Title: Re: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: Clark on July 02, 2005, 18:13:05 PM
Yes thanks! Always good to see people on the river willing to lend a hand. Boy did we need it!  :o
Title: Re: Saturday on the Mak
Post by: JR on July 02, 2005, 19:49:24 PM
I was doing fine while he had his arms folded, it was when he unfolded them and pointed that the trouble began? ;D ;D ;D It was worth a go thou? ;) ;D ;D ;D? Thanks to those who stopped and gave us a hand.
;D ;D ;D ;D ;D.. Good to see that fallow boaters are keen for a LAUGH/ PUSH another boater out of the dry and into the wet stuff... Cheers JR ;) ;) ;)