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    Default FS: Cag, Salopette, BA, Wetsuit

    This is a chap in Edinburgh who contacted our club looking to sell some kit. I've met him as he donated some stuff to the club, seems like a reasonable and genuine fellow. He's keen to avouid the hassle of eBay so I suspect he'd take a reasonable offer of any of this.

    Please conact him direct, his details are at the bottom.

    Alan R Russell wrote:
    > The stuff which I'd like to sell is:
    >
    > Yak Kalmar semi-dry salopette, made of PU-coated breathable nylon.
    > It
    > has reinforced knees and seat, adjustable velcro and neoprene ankle seals
    > and
    > adjustable braces. It is pretty much like the Yak Quanta salopettes in
    > style.
    > It is marked as size "L (52)". I'd be happy with £50 as it is in 100%
    > perfect
    > condition.
    >
    > A Yak Kalyx fully dry hooded sea cag made of double-layer fully
    > breathable
    > Goretex fabric with double wrist and neck seals and a very deep double
    > waist
    > seal. It has a fleece-lined chest pocket, 2 fleece-lined handwarmer
    > pockets
    > and a foldaway hood. It is marked as size "L (52)". It is 100% perfect so
    > I'd
    > like about £100 for it.
    >
    > a Wild-Water buoyancy aid with 4 chest pockets and 1 back pocket. It is
    > marked as size "L (41")". It is in very good condition. I would like about
    > £35 for it.
    >
    > a perfect-condition, hardly used Palm ladies' long-john wetsuit, for
    > which
    > I'd like about £20
    >
    > a Silva 85 VCP-hatch-mounted compass, only used once (no scratches at
    > all),
    > c/w instructions and in perfect condition, for which I'd like £30.
    >
    > These prices I'm thinking of are all "ono" because I'd rather give the
    > equipment to someone who'll use it than hold on to it, or have to sell it
    > on Ebay; I'll consider any reasonable offer.
    >
    > contact me on:
    >
    > Mobile: 0788-161-3247
    > Email: alanr "at" postmaster.co.uk
    > alanr "at" therussells.uklinux.net
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    Email sent about silva compass.
    Picture yourself in a boat on a river,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grooveski View Post
    Email sent about silva compass.
    You beat me to it.

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    Sorry, this month is pimp-my-barrel month and I was looking at this very chappie last night.

    The saving should cover the barrel pimping beer rations. Worth getting ruthless over.
    Picture yourself in a boat on a river,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grooveski View Post
    Sorry, this month is pimp-my-barrel month and I was looking at this very chappie last night.

    The saving should cover the barrel pimping beer rations. Worth getting ruthless over.

    Ah, but do you have a sea kayak with hatch to put the compass on?
    If it wasn't for the rain in our lives there would be no rivers. X 2

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    Nope, it'll go on the barrel along with the mount for a wee spirit sail.

    No doubt when I give into the temptation of a sea kayak they'll both get ripped off and transferred over though.
    Picture yourself in a boat on a river,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grooveski View Post
    Nope, it'll go on the barrel along with the mount for a wee spirit sail.

    No doubt when I give into the temptation of a sea kayak they'll both get ripped off and transferred over though.
    Well i was going to put it on a sea kayak. sob sob

    I dont own a barrel

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    Same as you Wayne. (we could dress as pirates and board Grooveskis' craft and nick it. mmm, but then there would be 2 of us and still only one compass.....................)
    If it wasn't for the rain in our lives there would be no rivers. X 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by tenboats1 View Post
    Same as you Wayne. (we could dress as pirates and board Grooveskis' craft and nick it. mmm, but then there would be 2 of us and still only one compass.....................)
    Aside from the last man standing situation, don't forget that tomorrow - the 19th, is International Talk Like A Pirate Day.

    There is a UK page too of course, so tomorrow might be the best opportunity for this raid.


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    Quote Originally Posted by monkey_pork View Post
    Aside from the last man standing situation, don't forget that tomorrow - the 19th, is International Talk Like A Pirate Day.

    There is a UK page too of course, so tomorrow might be the best opportunity for this raid.

    First one on the site in the morning has to post a thread to remind everyone Non pirate posts may be moderated

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