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Ship Shape.

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Ship Shape.

Postby Scuttlebutt » 12 Jul 2020, 18:36

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A visit from the Ships Chandler has set our little Shed...Well...Ship Shape.
The Strong Hold should be good to go come Cup Weekend.
Scuttlebutt.aka.Scuba Sue.
P.S. No bitten Apple Genius here...“All at Sea so to speak” was hopeful of adding a snap shot or two.
Happyas/any Bilge Rat able to help me out as I find I may have posted the pics If at all
Bottoms up...
Well at least I am living up to my Nickname.x.
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PB. Gummy Shark 83.5cm. No Microsurgery required to fillet this sucker.
PB. Scuttlebutts' Strong Hold.
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Re: Ship Shape.

Postby cheaterparts » 12 Jul 2020, 18:45

One just hopes we are out of Lock down by then Sue - the caravan park is outside the Leper Colony and us lepers can't travel than far
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Re: Ship Shape.

Postby laneends » 12 Jul 2020, 20:29

just so you dot have to turn comp upside down
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Re: Ship Shape.

Postby happyas » 12 Jul 2020, 23:13

Well we are living down under. Just look at the Yarra river. It runs upside down as well. hopefully we lepers will be allowed outside the wire by the time cup weekend comes around.
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Re: Ship Shape.

Postby Justo » 13 Jul 2020, 18:45

Fingers crossed that we're all good for Cup Weekend
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Re: Ship Shape.

Postby Scuttlebutt » 13 Jul 2020, 20:06

Laneends, thank you so much for setting me straight or should I
say right way up.
I knew one of you “Bilge Rats” would be up for the job.
Cheater/happyas, Leprosy would never get you old Sea Dogs
down or stop either of you doing nowt.
Crike! Cheat, You could paddle your way here, as for my old Mate
if he did not slip off that Glass thingie of his so could he...
Justo, Lets just hope you are able to travel come that Weekend.
Regardless more Gummies for me...bjspinner sharpen your Scalpel.x.
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Re: Ship Shape.

Postby bjspinner » 13 Jul 2020, 20:24

Don't think I have any surgery planned for that weekend, so hopefully you can book me in for some microsurgery on your captures.

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Re: Ship Shape.

Postby wokka1 » 13 Jul 2020, 21:46

Worlds been turned upside down so I thought your inverted photos were appropriate Sue !

Did you ever find a pair of blue overalls way back when the bilge flooded ?
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Re: Ship Shape.

Postby happyas » 13 Jul 2020, 22:40

And a wading belt off my waders? I would be surprised if it stood the test of time.
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