SPRING MEETING. FRIDAY, APRIL 6th 2018-
A rather windy day which did not deter the Teras and Fevas from catching up on their Winter Training whilst we lunched!
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A glorious sunny day and Trevor had reserved the Conservatory for us - although he was then slightly bothered that it might get too hot! No worries and we enjoyed their usual excellent menu although we gathered it had been changed for the evening to something more up-market. However, their Commodore - Tony Mobbs who came up for a welcoming chat with Barry - they both belong to the same Computer club - explained that we still had our usual ‘pub grub’ for lunch.
Mike made his thank-you speech and mentioned the next events and that Dell Quay is now back on the programme on May 1st
Usual walks afterwards - up to Birdham to monitor the progress of the Marina - always interesting. Today works were in hand removing a load of pontoons seemingly imported to support machines for dredging inside the Marina.
Thanks to Monica and Trevor for their organisation
A reasonable day but with a cold wind not conducive to working on your boat!
30 of us gathered in the adults bar and eventually migrated to the Restaurant to partake of John’s ever delicious menu and where we had a good view of trials being held on a foiling trimaran, necessarily accompanied by a rib!
Later a couple of Moths went out and there was the buoy laying barge maneuvering just off the pontoon. One valiant cruiser went out of the harbour entrance but then returned
It was a lovely sunny day for our visit to Emsworth SC. The sunlight glinted gloriously off the miles of surrounding mud alive with multitudes of winter visiting birds feeding around the edges of the channels Picture by Paul on Lyn's Camera.
About 30 of us met in the relaxing atmosphere of the sunlit Clubhouse and enjoyed a delicious and varied menu served and waited upon by the attentive waitresses one of whom also took this photo!
Many thanks to Judy Cave for arranging this outing . She enjoys doing this but admits to finding it a bit stressful sorting out the number of actual attendees for the benefit of the chef!
Several folks went on round to the Caves’ house afterwards - Rosemary on route back to her car at Langstone. Others did the usual plod and back along the beach which was actually - due to sunshine - quite busy!
Lovely sunny day but still windy
Good turnout with over 30 folks and Lyn’s grandchildren - behaving very nicely!