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M is for Marlet sail no 122

Cruising is fine but I would rather be sailing, long live sailies

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Nice one Robin!  Photo of Martlet taken at Acle this year.

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There are a number of Javelin's Steve.



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'o' must be olive
ian

my son haydon at the wheel

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P for 'Pollywog' one of the oldest sailing boats on the Broads!

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'Pollywog' taken at South Walsham in October this year.

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I'm enjoying this!  Particularly the pictures of lovely boats. (Doesn't it make you feel great to see those good weather pictures?)

Unfortunately I missed my chance to add "Moonlight Shadow" for "M" and "Opal Emblem" for "O" so I'll add them late, and we're now on "Q" I believe?

Lisa Smile

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Q how about Queen of the broads  Smile  i think its quite fitting.


Regards Adi, Michelle, Beck,
and one on the way due 5th Jan

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I thought that link was going to be Lord Paul in his bikini then Adi Playful

all the best
           Jim
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I like that ADI, built the year I came to live permanently in the UK, thanks.

And now "R"?  I have some thoughts  of who might respond...

Lis


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