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A weekend on the bay - part 3 29 Mar 2008 06:54 #1

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Oops, did forget to show a shot of the captain trying to give a daughter a spin in a tube behind the inflatable. Either she has gained a pound or 2, sinse our last outing, or the 9.8 hp outboard needs some more time running in, as we could not get it to fly as we have in the past. She enjoyed it any way.

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any way, here is catch number 4, and the admiral is a little happier, as its a keeper.

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I will finish with an earlier evening shot of the sunset.

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The next morning, the wind which was forecast as 10 to 15 knots, ended more around 20 knots, and we were in an exposed position, and the motion played havic with a couple tummies on board, so we called it a much earlier day than intended. We are now heading for our winter, however as we will have days in the 15 to 20 degrees celcius, if ther is not much wind, we will be able to enjoy a day here and there. Not been a good summer season for boating, so here is hoping winter will yield a good day or two.
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A weekend on the bay - part 3 08 Apr 2008 12:46 #2

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Lovely shots Peter.

I'll keep an eye out for you on Moreton Bay.

We've just taken on a Bayliner 2755 and have it berthed at Horizon Shores.

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Kevin

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A weekend on the bay - part 3 08 Apr 2008 23:26 #3

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Kevin, welcome to Bayliner ownership, and the BOC. This site and the members, have been invalueable. We were recommended Horizon Shores, mainly for the greater protection offered compared with the departure from Manly, however we are only 10 minutes from the boat.Blakesley's was the spot we overnighted, and could not believe the rubbish that the Admiral caught. Yes, perhaps we will catch each other on the bay, providing the weather finally easses up.
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