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Chris Ryall

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possible Whitby week B&B Tues-Friday 22-25 August
« on: August 14, 2017, 04:47:21 AM »

I was planning to join Whitby on the Tuesday as will be leaving here (Isère) on the Saturday. Awkwardly I've broken a bone in bass of spine and … cannot sit in any comfort :( which is essentially what sessioning is about? No, it wasn't "skiing" ::)

Reluctantly I have cancelled my double room at Sunnyvale B&B (John St) so it should be available for the final 4 nights; Someone else has the room for the Regatta weekend. The place is excellent.

Phone = 01947 820389 if anyone wants to take advantage. It will likely go on the Tourist Info list today, monday.
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Re: possible Whitby week B&B Tues-Friday 22-25 August
« Reply #1 on: August 14, 2017, 07:09:23 AM »

I was planning to join Whitby on the Tuesday as will be leaving here (Isère) on the Saturday. Awkwardly I've broken a bone in bass of spine and … cannot sit in any comfort :( which is essentially what sessioning is about? No, it wasn't "skiing" ::)

Reluctantly I have cancelled my double room at Sunnyvale B&B (John St) so it should be available for the final 4 nights; Someone else has the room for the Regatta weekend. The place is excellent.

Phone = 01947 820389 if anyone wants to take advantage. It will likely go on the Tourist Info list today, monday.

Chris - very sorry to hear about your accident.  Hope it sorts itself out quickly and you can get back to sitting down (and playing)! Cheers  Brian
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Re: possible Whitby week B&B Tues-Friday 22-25 August
« Reply #2 on: August 14, 2017, 11:08:09 AM »

Sorry to hear of your accident, Chris. Get well soon.

Is there some inherent danger in playing the melodeon about which we should all be warned?
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Re: possible Whitby week B&B Tues-Friday 22-25 August
« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2017, 08:05:41 PM »

Not at all. I didn't fall. Therein the problem (though it feels just the same). Need "tests"  :(

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