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    Re: Gulf of Thailand wreck trips

    Quote Originally Posted by am  View Original Post
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    I may be up for that in September, especially if there's pottery wrecks involved

    Let me know the dates as those months are getting stacked out with trips FAST!

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    I would hope not!!! Only rust and brass thankyou.

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    Re: Gulf of Thailand wreck trips

    Quote Originally Posted by Lancer4545  View Original Post
    Typical woman worrying about the dishes......

    I would hope not!!! Only rust and brass thankyou.

    Lance
    Lance, you're right of course, how dare I be venturing out of the kitchen in the first place! :D

    Rust and brass great, pottery also great. Live shells, not so great. :D

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    Re: Gulf of Thailand wreck trips

    Quote Originally Posted by am  View Original Post
    Rust and brass great, pottery also great. Live shells, not so great. :D
    That would be foolhardy and reckless

    Lance

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    Re: Gulf of Thailand wreck trips

    [quote=wedivebc;191226]Couldn't agree more! Jamie and Stu run a great show on the Trident and really know their stuff when it comes to wrecks. Although Jamie was disappointed with how little helium us CCR boys used
    hello Dave,

    did you ever send the plaque?

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    Re: Gulf of Thailand wreck trips

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    Quote Originally Posted by wedivebc  View Original Post
    Couldn't agree more! Jamie and Stu run a great show on the Trident and really know their stuff when it comes to wrecks. Although Jamie was disappointed with how little helium us CCR boys used
    hello Dave,

    did you ever send the plaque?

    Jamie
    My wife asked me the same question 2 days ago. It is on its way now.
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