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RLWP

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RLWP last won the day on September 4 2016

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About RLWP

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Kenilworth
  • Interests
    Ooohh, loads of stuff

Previous Fields

  • Occupation
    Layabout
  • Boat Name
    Tawny Owl
  • Boat Location
    Hatton top lock

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  • Website URL
    http://www.primrose-engineering.co.uk

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  1. What's up with your SABB? Richard
  2. Yes, we need to do something about that Richard
  3. I'm answering this over on Facebook Richard
  4. I still don't like the new format, and I notice all the other fora I frequent that used the old version haven't changed. Richard
  5. It's quicker to stick the lids from ice cream containers onto your existing blades.* Richard *Bizzard doesn't have a monopoly on engineering creativity
  6. I worked on a boat recently with an Axiom prop. The (new) owners weren't sure why as it seemed to be much the same as any other boat/prop combination Richard
  7. That is the conclusion you bludgeoned me into last time. I agree Richard
  8. How old is a plank then? Richard
  9. I'd really like to know what has been done to them, and when. I think I can remember FmK being dry docked some time ago Richard
  10. Have you got a lift pump on the side of the crankcase? Richard
  11. I thought you both got into it because you are both bonkers - in the nicest possible way Richard
  12. The career paths of most coal boat operators is surprising. For instance, you wouldn't expect working in the media to be a natural starting point (not you Martin) Richard
  13. Nope - it's made of new planks. I had a lengthy discussion with an aboriculturist about this recently, which concluded planks don't grow on trees Anyway, you'd have to average the age across the plank. The tree didn't spring fully formed from the ground 200 years ago, it grew Richard
  14. Apparently, despite appearances they are in good order The duckweed is coming on nicely, as are the trees at the stern of FmK Richard
  15. Or revenue earning with historic - that doesn't work either Richard