sunday July 1st

What Nomadic events are coming up. Also, if anyone's planning a non-Nomadically-arranged trip and/or looking for others to join in.

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sunday July 1st

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say it all !!!!!!!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
forget dreaming "its time to loop"
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Post by Clif »

you jinxed it! not quite as good for Sunday now - anyway the wind's blowing NOW - so I'm bunking off early & going off to enjoy the sunshine & do some mud-skipping at wezza
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Post by dro »

Thanks for warning Kelvin
Locking up the techno,packing away the deck chair and placing a wind break on the lager glass
Ready for anything the rugby club can throw at me now.

Have a nice weekend y'all

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Post by Graham_U »

Yeap its looking good if someone can iron out those lumpy bits.
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Post by Clif »

de-jinxed - wave forecast lookin even better now, don't know if I can get a day's ticket though... Yesterday evening at Wezza was top - 5m & sunshine!
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As long as the rain holds off I reckon I'll be joining you.
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Post by Al Donald »

Er, looking at the forecasts, it seems that the south coast (of England) is favoured - windier and drier. I'm thinking of Overcombe now, or maybe Sandbanks. Anyone else keen to go?
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Post by Phil »

keep me posted Al
pardon me i've got wind
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Post by NigelP »

Ian K and I are thinking of Porthcawl from 11am. Waiting to speak to Martin who knows the location better than I.
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Post by Al Donald »

My only concern about Porthcawl tomorrow would be the low tide. There is a reef out there somewhere. Kelvin might know if it's a problem.
I'm still favouring Overcombe. I'll post early tomorrow to confirm.
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Post by NigelP »

It looks like Martin, Ian K and myself are heading for Porthcawl way. Martin has some reservations about Porthcawl in a southerly, so hope to make contact with Kelvin for more info on final destination.
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Post by kelvin »

NEWTON BE CRAP IN SOUTHLY ! but ogmore is an option in this direction


but it should be sw 18 in aft so no problem ........

reef no prob , tide will be coming in , its the other way round that catches you out ........

waves should be nice and gentle if as forcast with that long period , as for the 3m swell ! that would only make a 2ft wave inside the bay
forget dreaming "its time to loop"
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Post by Graham_U »

Well having finally swapped more a more appropriate car after an awful lot of hassell today, I was hopingto head for the coast in the morning. But I'm strugling on the roof rack front at the moment. The on eI bought doesn't quite work as I was hoping.
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Post by Al Donald »

OK I shall head down to Overcombe. Aiming to get there for 11am. Probably the best sailing in pm when the tide is low. If it's blown out, there's always Portland!
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Post by kelvin »

have a good one , looks good down that side of coast ..
its going to plan here for me so far
rest bay showing ssw-sw 17 mph already .
rain is coming down hard at mo looking at cam , but all sings point to a better aft
forget dreaming "its time to loop"
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