Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

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Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Chris Partridge
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Wednesday seems to be the best day for a row this week. High tide is 14.40 (4.4m), so I propose meeting at 13.00 and rowing down to the Beach Hut at Langstone Harbour mouth for a nice cup of tea.
Return not later than 17.00.
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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Grahaml
Chris, how's the boat renovation coming along?
Graham

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Wednesday seems to be the best day for a row this week. High tide is 14.40 (4.4m), so I propose meeting at 13.00 and rowing down to the Beach Hut at Langstone Harbour mouth for a nice cup of tea.
Return not later than 17.00.



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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Rachel
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Yes please Chris, Rachel
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Andrew B
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yes please Chris
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Cheryl
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Me too please Chris....... Ron will be with us soon!!!!!!
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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Chris Partridge
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Hi Graham in sunny San Diego,
The now slightly-dodgy plywood bottom has come off and awaits replacement, so the project is progressing nicely. Endless sanding is the next step...
Best
Chris
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Christine
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Yes please Christine
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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Timp
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Perfect, I can make this one so please pencil me in. Cheers, Tim
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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

MARILYN
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yes please, Marilyn
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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Nigel
I should also like to take advantage of what is forecast to be the only drop of non-liquid sunshine this week!
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Gail Thrift
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And me please, Gail
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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Chris Partridge
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The Met Office forecast seems to change from hour to hour but tomorrow afternoon now seems to be a bit windy (F4 gusting F6) but not wet. In view of the wind we will probably not venture into Langstone Harbour but go to Emsworth or possibly down to Verner and back instead.
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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

RichardThrift
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Hi Chris,
If it is feasible I would like to come along, that would make 9 I reckon.
Because it is a little windy I may have to do some coxing as the wrists have not fully recovered yet.
Hope I can be of assistance, however if it is too difficult a number let me know. I was ok last Tuesday rowing so getting back in the boat is good.
Thanks
Richard
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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Steve Woods
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Chris, may I crew too? I maybe last minute.com

Cheers

Steve
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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Grahaml
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I find a scrapers good for those hard to get at areas. Mine are sheets of steel about 4x6 the edges are easy to sharpen with a it of tool steel.
Happy sanding Graham 

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Hi Graham in sunny San Diego,
The now slightly-dodgy plywood bottom has come off and awaits replacement, so the project is progressing nicely. Endless sanding is the next step...
Best
Chris


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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Chris Partridge
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I have a cabinet scraper but it is a bit rusty. I have been ashamed to use it ever since a bookbinder friend of mine explained that French bookbinding courses spend a whole day explaining how to sharpen them and the rest of the week on how to use them.
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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Grahaml
Couple of draw file strokes and a rub with tool steel and your away. I just love em. Use them on my guitars all the time.
Graham

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I have a cabinet scraper but it is a bit rusty. I have been ashamed to use it ever since a bookbinder friend of mine explained that French bookbinding courses spend a whole day explaining how to sharpen them and the rest of the week on how to use them.



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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Grahaml
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Thought I would send a picture of mine. I hope we are both talking about the same thing. It's on my latest guitar that I used it on.
Grahamimage1.JPG

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I have a cabinet scraper but it is a bit rusty. I have been ashamed to use it ever since a bookbinder friend of mine explained that French bookbinding courses spend a whole day explaining how to sharpen them and the rest of the week on how to use them.



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Re: Mid-week row Weds Nov 12

Teri Baker
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Broken band saw blades are brilliant too - just gaffer tape cover the teeth and put the edge on as you say with a flat file - they really hold an edge!