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    Quote Originally Posted by Flecktarnfisher View Post
    Many thanks for your replies guys I think I shall see nearer the time if I can take a bass with me potentially but by the sound of it, it shouldn't be an issue. Nor should the fly tying.
    WeeBernard I didn't think of models to build thats a certainly a good one to remember.
    bw5991, the less said about me learning languages the better!
    You've already learned one language, a second one isn't a problem!

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    I've been practicing turning things on a lathe, no one really seems to mind especially if I used old scrap metal. My hobbies are mostly unable to bring with me to sea but I found new hobbies

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    Quote Originally Posted by edoyle12 View Post
    I've been practicing turning things on a lathe, no one really seems to mind especially if I used old scrap metal. My hobbies are mostly unable to bring with me to sea but I found new hobbies
    I hadn't thought of that one either, certainly a good skill to practice.

 

 
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