BBP Diary

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Mentallica
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Keeping up to date via twitter posts and caught the Sky News feature over the Christmas period (which was fantastic)

Any chance of a BBP Diary update soon please? Seems there is much to talk about since June last year.

Thanks,

Mentallica
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Sorry to nark/nag.

Any chance of a diary update. Really enjoy reading them and it seems the team have been very busy in the background.
Its been a year since Bute so a bit of blurb how it went and how things stand now would be great.

Keeping up to date via twitter, but there is a lot more going on with various magnificent flying machines also.
Really interested in the mechanics behind the pictures.

Keep up the good work

Malcolm Ops
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Good to read the diary pages in 2020.

My first visit to the Isle of Bute was on the 8th January 2018, with a follow up in June. Today's diary piece has filled in all of the missing pieces of the transport journey from North Shields of K7. These were missing because at the start of August I was already in Rothesay, awaiting the arrival of the boat and team members to start the crew training exercise.
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Richie
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An epic journey for boat, crew and the Campbell family.

Was a tiring week for me, but one I wouldn't trade for anything.
"You can screw a man down until he takes to drinking......take me to the fantastic place..."

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