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Home >> Events >> Weston opening times Wednesday?
01/09/2017 18:29:00

Simon Geyman
Posts: 5
Does anyone know what times the gates will be open at Weston for dropping-off boats on Wednesday?
Thanks!
Simon 




02/09/2017 11:30:00

Steven Lee
Posts: 11
Simon
I will be down at Weston at around 10:30 to open the gates.
I have to leave between 14:15 and 17:30 but the gate to the camping field will be open from 10:30.
There is a loose plan to go for an Indian on Wednesday evening 19:30ish for any one who wants to go. It is approx 5 min walk from the sailing club.
Cheers
Steven



02/09/2017 23:50:00

Steven Lee
Posts: 11



03/09/2017 10:08:00

Nick Griffin
Posts: 9

 Hi,

I was planning to bring my boat over on Wednesday afternoon but not sure if I'll be able to get there before 14:15 if I do all my boat prep before I set off.

If I could get there before 14:15, would it be possible to let myself out or are there likely to be any other Weston SC members there?
 
Best Regards
 
Nick 
 



03/09/2017 10:16:00

Steven Lee
Posts: 11
Nick 
The camping field will be open and I will be back by 18:00, there will probably be other sailers there but don't know about members. I will probably leave a key for the dinghy park with the class chairman when I go away for a few hours.
Cheers
Steven



03/09/2017 10:54:00

Steven Lee
Posts: 11



03/09/2017 12:24:00

Nick Griffin
Posts: 9

Hi Steven

That sounds great - thank you.

Best Regards
 
Nick 
 
 



03/09/2017 20:38:00

Steven Lee
Posts: 11



04/09/2017 17:39:00

David Smart
Posts: 14
Clive
 
I read your runners and riders piece with interest.  I’m sorry to say that I won’t be a distraction for Greg this year and the forecast looks to be right up his street.
 
I am sorry to say that I will be missing this year.  It’s the first time I have missed the 100 Nationals since I bought my boat in 2010 and I am gutted, especially with a cast list of 45 entries so far.  The class is close to hitting the magical 50 mark.
 
Having been out for a chunk of the season, I am now suffering from a dodgy back.  It has meant that when I have sailed a couple of times with the Chew team that I have been unable to move for the following week.  Doctors and physios have been working on me and I am close to being fixed, but I want to be able to sail for years to come, so I am being most unlike myself.  There would be too much incentive for me to bugger up my back for months/years, especially if I were to see Greg in front of me.  So by skipping this event iT  should mean that I will be able to be more active at next year’s events as well as at Chew for the Inlands in October.
 
I know Clive that you will miss my wavy blue line, but I’m sure someone will try to stick one on your boat to make you go faster. (Please someone do it.  It's worth it to see Clive go mental!)
 
Good luck to you all.  May the best man or woman win.  I will raise a glass to you all.
 
David Smart



04/09/2017 18:27:00

David Smart
Posts: 14
Clive
 
I read your runners and riders piece with interest.  I’m sorry to say that I won’t be a distraction for Greg this year and the forecast looks to be right up his street.
 
I am sorry to say that I will be missing this year.  It’s the first time I have missed the 100 Nationals since I bought my boat in 2010 and I am gutted, especially with a cast list of 45 entries so far.  The class is close to hitting the magical 50 mark.
 
Having been out for a chunk of the season, I am now suffering from a dodgy back.  It has meant that when I have sailed a couple of times with the Chew team that I have been unable to move for the following week.  Doctors and physios have been working on me and I am close to being fixed, but I want to be able to sail for years to come, so I am being most unlike myself.  There would be too much incentive for me to bugger up my back for months/years, especially if I were to see Greg in front of me.  So by skipping this event iT  should mean that I will be able to be more active at next year’s events as well as at Chew for the Inlands in October.
 
I know Clive that you will miss my wavy blue line, but I’m sure someone will try to stick one on your boat to make you go faster. (Please someone do it.  It's worth it to see Clive go mental!)
 
Good luck to you all.  May the best man or woman win.  I will raise a glass to you all.
 
David Smart



04/09/2017 19:15:00

Clive Eplett
Posts: 257
good to see you read it twice David, given two responses above.

Sorry you cannot be there but I'll find a way to be rude about you in the write-up nevertheless.

See you at CVLSC



04/09/2017 22:09:00

Clive Eplett
Posts: 257
Smartie, it's slightly disappointing you cannot make it. But we'll get over it as long as you send Emma anyway.
 



04/09/2017 23:48:00

David Smart
Posts: 14
Clive
Sorry about the double post.  Genuinely don't know how that happened!
Anyway, I would be disappointed if I didn't receive daily abuse from you.  
Nevertheless, to pinch a phrase from film 'I'll be back!'
I had thought to use 'we can rebuild him, stronger than before.'  However that would be a lie and nobody's spending $6million on me :-(

David