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Posted By: Kerrowdown, 03-17-2015, 07:49 AM

I guess a bailing buckets out of the question then!

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03-17-2015, 08:19 AM   #2
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Looks like Davy Jone's locker was too full to take the whole thing.
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Very nice photo, but it's always sad to see a boat so neglected that it just sinks in place...

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Looks like Davy Jone's locker was too full to take the whole thing
Davy Jones don't control the Lochs only the open seas.

The Beast has this Loch.

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that is a nice capture of a sad scene for sure
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Very nice photo
Thank you.

QuoteOriginally posted by RoxnDox Quote
but it's always sad to see a boat so neglected that it just sinks in place...
It just seems strange to let something of that value just sink and be left.

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that is a nice capture of a sad scene for sure
Thanks and yes indeed.
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Sailed... Will work on the weekend!
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Will work on the weekend!
Think you may need several free weekends for this project.

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QuoteOriginally posted by Kerrowdown Quote
The Beast has this Loch.
Maybe Nessie was looking for something...like bears at a campground?

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Maybe Nessie was looking for something
She had a wee nibble at what she thought was large strangely coloured banana, which turned out to be the hull of this unfortunate yacht.
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It makes a great photo though.
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It makes a great photo though.
Thanks very much.
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I guess a bailing buckets out of the question then!
Much bigger, I'd say.
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Much bigger, I'd say.
Aye and even maybe a mechanical one, that's maybe a bit faster perhaps.
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It makes a great photo though.
It makes a lovely photo - with the surrounding hills and the reflections on the water.
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