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35knots on a 9.2 directly downwind anyone? Don’t worry Mr Dunett has it covered. Great write up today, hospitality after the perils of the sea in Turkey. That split fin would have taking some sanding to bring round. Appreciated the white Chistmas shot when Jono took it up the mountain in dry suit an that familiar hat.
An Bon anniversarie an all.
Happy Noel, yes Happy Noel.
Power to our Dutchie brethren. Great times for you, will write more when upright.
Mr Dunnet was Doing 11 knots of Turkey today, making good mileage off land. That sail he can tune it to most things plus it covers the king size kip. A chimney up the luff tube in honour of Rexi. Good winds.
Fecking feckers me Fecking feck me Feck fecks. Happy Christmas Everyone..where’s Nico an all Georges?
The great man hit 22knots off the fin which with a life strapped on the board is some feat. The views an horizons reeled it are something else, Google satelite gives a idea but not the awesom mindset.
Do they know it’s Christmastime at all, remember that mate hold on to that while they,re having there abnormal Coruption. Yes that’s correct, shut up ,line up ,nothing to see hear. Good boy. Obey Corbyn Abbot.
Excellent blog. Especially enjoyed the part about banishing Sunday blues (not that I suffer any, because I’m practically perfect in every way 😉 But as for work life balance. I would recommend becoming a chef agency cook,(nevermind the 30 years mechanical engineering;) where one can bodge about to any part of the country for a few weeks, ponce about with a silly hat on an make a play at the Europeans in the laundry room. An you’re completely untouchable in your role as a French ski chef because they cannot seal a English fry up if Macrons matron was gagging for it(which she is). If anyone ask for credentials point to the empty plonk bottles in the deep freezer an leg of Hamon Iberico in the boot drying room.
You could always get a loan?
Seems like Mr Dunnet has been on that board for years. I can’t wait for the (hopefully) new book as I constantly refer to his excellent first book “Long Standing Ambition” when I’m on a coast of he’s seen the back of. He’s as fit as a fiddle but he has shish kebab an baklava to come! What a ride, What a dude!
Magnificent as always, where you and your bro lead other dare not follow. Truly a great ambassador for all sorts of things I’m quite sure of that.