Easter Friday-Tucker & Plonk & a book

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    Easter Friday-Tucker & Plonk & a book

    When? 21st March midday.
    Where? Silvermine Bay Beach
    How? Pier 6
    Why? Tucker & Plonk
    What? a book which you will read from to the assembled masses

    Anything else?
    Kebabs, pizza, etc available from local joints, bubbly and beer from supermarkets

    An ice chest is being looked into.

    Bring your own stemware if you don't like sipping from plastic

    There are showers and a changing room nearby.

    Bobby prize to be shared by those who bring the same book


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    Wink

    Quote Originally Posted by kombuchakid:
    When? 21st March midday.
    Where? Silvermine Bay Beach
    How? Pier 6
    Why? Tucker & Plonk
    What? a book which you will read from to the assembled masses

    Anything else?
    Kebabs, pizza, etc available from local joints, bubbly and beer from supermarkets

    An ice chest is being looked into...
    Sometime midday?
    Hm, trying to figure out IF this mention of books and 'bubbly and beer', is equivalent to the ole 'Poems & Pints' of nostalgic uni days... when ANY excuse for a merry mega drink or 2, or 3... over a good whine & yarn t'was rosily welcomed.

    And 'swimming' too, eh? Before or after 'local joints'?

    (Any lifeguards around?)

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    Poems and Pints?l
    roses are red [pint]
    violets are blue [pint]
    ad nauseum
    I trust T&P will attract a more discerning lot.
    swimming is entirely optional but it is good to know facilites for ablution are close at hand.

    being a gazetted beach there will be people standing by to save you [from bad prose?]

    I will be reading from 'Thug' by Mike Dash.
    and no Bobby will not be offered as a prize [to the bitter disappointment of his fan]