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Posted Sunday, August 23, 2009 3:07:16 AM


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Good call Biggles. Try more different names though. Maybe we could all enter three times, and this would look as if this is a succesful competition, with lots of contestants...

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Ole Andreasen, Denmark

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Posted Monday, August 24, 2009 6:52:59 AM


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Success is NOT measured by size Ole - Did nobody tell you   You see you've been succesful all this time and didn't realise it

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Posted Monday, August 24, 2009 8:19:56 AM


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Oh sure I did, and do Bruce,
but you also know the philosophy of the more the merrier... When something is popular then lots wants to be part of it, so if we had competitions with 100 contestants, then it would be easier to bring in the next 100.....

When people see that we hold competitions with 2 or 3 or 4 contestants, then some will say, hummm that cant be funny or else anybody else would be in it.



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Posted Wednesday, September 16, 2009 7:30:26 AM


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Count me in.

I'll have to start practising to keep up with the experts though!

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Posted Wednesday, September 16, 2009 8:30:25 AM


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Count me in.

I'll have to start practising to keep up with the experts though!


mph64

Absolutely Jolly. This is really great. our fifth competitor! Wonderful. Welcome, welcome, welcome.

Could you, just for the record, state a few details on who you are? name, age, where from in the world, just as much as you want to share.

Please read the rules and regulations and pick one or two planes to fly in, and youre in business.

So now we are five.....


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Ole Andreasen, Denmark

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Posted Wednesday, September 16, 2009 9:02:31 AM


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Age: 52

Location: Warrington, Cheshire, UK

Been an intermittent simmer for a few years but nothing too serious.

Recently redundant - used to work as a radiation safety specialist on particle accelerators for 30 years. Lots of time on my hands now though.

Other interests: Golf, photography and stopping my new puppy destroying the house!

Big Moose

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Posted Wednesday, September 16, 2009 9:21:46 AM


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Hi Big Moose,  Biggles here

Absolutely spiffing that you are able to join us in our little excursion downunder, what.

We now have three from the mother country, one from Denmark and finally one from the new colonies (commonly referrred to as the USofA).

You will find that banter of one sort or another forms a large part of this tour, as in previous tours. I expect you've already discovered this by reading the posts on the Carribbean 100 Tour.

Seriously it's great to have you on board. Like you, I have been simming for a number of years, but never with any great goal or purpose. But fsfs, together with the Hawaieen Tour and then the Carribbean 100 Tour has changed all that. here I must thank the Great Dane, Ole for introducing me to the whole process. God his head is going to get even bigger now

I hope you enjoy the experience.

Any questions re the tour or about fsfs please post them here & I am sure you will get a swift response

Biggles

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