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Post by Sue-S » Thu Oct 28, 2004 12:24 pm

What has happened to the weather man, i hope he hasnt gone on holiday to Tobago :?: :?

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Post by Steve Wooler » Thu Oct 28, 2004 1:01 pm

No, Paul isn't on holiday - in fact he has now been banned from taking holidays because his posts have proved so useful and popular that I have awarded him his own special thread which will remain pinned to the top of the Weather forum - see the topic entitled LIQUID SUNSHINE.
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Post by Paul Tallet » Thu Oct 28, 2004 1:58 pm

Erm ... Sue ... I think Steve has forgotten his overwhelming generosity last week when he kindly made a concession that I need not cancel my already booked 3 weeks and 1 day holiday to Tobago from 14th March 2005 ... as long as I work hard.

You could call it a working holiday because I reckon Ancle at the Naturalist will have got his 'Cyber-Cafe' completed by then ... and I will be 'on site' ... so to speak ... looking at it from above and below !!

In addition to this, and during the tea-breaks I have negotiated with Steve, I will have the opportunity, as I casually swagger around the island with a smug grin all over my Rum Punched face, of calling in all the bets I won on Hurricane Ivan ... HA HA !!

After that, I guess I am a bit stuck, but Steve is an incredibly agreeable chap and if I get most of my weather forecasts right he may allow me another investigative trip (of course!) to Tobago after that.

So enjoy Liquid Sunshine ... I am planning an update for this Saturday.

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Post by Andy D » Thu Oct 28, 2004 2:51 pm

Well done Paul,your thread 'Liquid Sunshine' is an excellent way of keeping track of the sometimes unpredictable conditions in Tobago,look forward to reading future reports.
I'm returning to Tobago in May 2005 so will be keeping a close eye on your forcasts just prior to that date.

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Post by Paul Tallet » Thu Oct 28, 2004 3:45 pm

Hi Andy

May/June is normally the best time of year ... nice and calm ... great for diving/snorkelling.

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