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Daz Type-R

6th April 2019 Monthly meet.

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Daz Type-R

All,

 

Placeholder for the April monthly meet.  Time and venue to be confirmed closer to the date.

 

No moon on view tonight so depending on dark skies and the “W” word, we may get some good views of something.

 

More info to follow.

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philjay

Corr blimey thats a surprise, it looks like I can actually make this one.

 

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Daz Type-R

All,

 

Quick update, still plan on holding the monthly meeting, I have booked both sites so we have a choice of where we can go, weather is not looking particularly fantastic but still looking forward to getting out for a few hours, even if it is just to chat.

 

Does anybody have any plans on turning up and if so, where would you rather it be held?

 

Start time of 19:30 where ever it may be and tea / coffee will be available, so remember your mug.

 

If conditions allow and depending on where we are, if you need us to look at anything please let us know in advance so we can pack any tools necessary.

 

Apart from that, over to you guys and gals to decide where you want to meet up?

 

Clear skies,

 

Daz.

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Streetbob

I'll be coming along.  I think Wymeswold is closest for me, but happy to make either.

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Wetfeet

Hope you have a good meet, I'll be watching the clouds at Kelling! 

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seven_legs

Can’t make it, working nights.

hope it’s a good un for everyone 

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tuckstar

Not looking like a brilliant night sky wise, so I'd say ww but happy to go with the majority.

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Doc

Not sure if I can make this one. I've come down with a nasty head cold, don't wanty to infect everyone.

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Daz Type-R
7 hours ago, tuckstar said:

Not looking like a brilliant night sky wise, so I'd say ww but happy to go with the majority.

Same here, at least we will have somewhere comfy to sit.

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Daz Type-R
23 minutes ago, philjay said:

Is it WW then folks?

I would say so Phil, makes sense as it is looking cloudy so at least we will have somewhere warm and comfy to sit.

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philjay

Yup, see you later. I may bring the ed80 bins because I need guinea pigs to try them out re different IPD adjustment, can test them on trees etc if no stars.

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Bino-viewer

I'd not got this in the Diary, and i'm on earlies this weekend.

Been up since 4 today, and have another early kick off Sunday morning.

With that in mind, i'll give this one a miss.

Have an enjoyable evening folks ?

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Streetbob

I enjoyed the evening. Thanks Phil for the demo of your ed80 bino. Very impressive. Thanks Daz & Andy for organising. 

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Doc

I'm glad it well. So sorry i couldn't make it, I'm just so blocked up with cold I would have hated to infect anyone.

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