Scoring a HIT at Clywedog

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alan williams
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Re: Scoring a HIT at Clywedog

Post by alan williams » Thu Aug 28, 2014 10:49 am

Hi Dave
Sorry to hear about your back. I've suffered with one for years and see a chiropractor fortnightly which helps no end. Wishing you a speedy recovery .
Guess what mine has just gone again badly this time off to emergency chiropractic treatment today.
Al

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neil
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Re: Scoring a HIT at Clywedog

Post by neil » Thu Sep 04, 2014 3:22 pm

Have got some of my Hit documentation online now - https://hitdinghy.wordpress.com/

Think I now know where 5 boats are
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Re: Scoring a HIT at Clywedog

Post by davidh » Thu Sep 04, 2014 8:24 pm

Neil,

There is a rather tatty and sad looking one at Copnor on Chichester Harbour! Is that in the 5 - or does that make 6?

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Re: Scoring a HIT at Clywedog

Post by whacko! » Mon Sep 08, 2014 3:50 pm

"There is a rather tatty and sad looking one at Copnor on Chichester Harbour! Is that in the 5 - or does that make 6?"

I saw Hit #9 sailing past Bosham SC during the weekend. Possibly the one David refers to?

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