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    Default M V Summity

    My first ship was the M V Summity in 1963 her master was Ernie Allen from Great Yarmouth I think ?

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    m.v.SUMMITY (1) O.N.167243 blt.1939; there have been two successors of that name,Summity (2) of 1972 and Summity (3) of 2005-although that last one was a coastal tanker,the previous ones being coastal cargo ships
    Photo courtesy of Clydebuilt Ships site


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    PS What an unusual alliterative name you have,Colin Cake! I wonder if there's a Bertie Biscuit knocking around somewhere?
    Anyway,now I am hungry again...watch out cake tin and biscuit barrel-I'm on my way!

    Best Regards Colin

    Graham


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    hi graham shaw, #2
    good morning, its obviously french ( le gateau ) and he could he be related to Marie Antoinette.
    tom

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    Quote Originally Posted by thomas michael View Post
    hi graham shaw, #2
    good morning, its obviously french ( le gateau ) and he could he be related to Marie Antoinette.
    tom
    Well thought out Tom,-Marie Antoinette-yes,"let them eat cake,!",of course .
    In the U.S.of A, what we would call Cream Crackers,they call 'em Graham Crackers.And,you know,being called Graham,I certainly am !Big ROFL (3).jpg

    On second thoughts I'm not sure now whether a Graham cracker is like a British cream cracker (like a Jacobs brand ,or a bit sweeter like a digestive biscuit),but I found this interesting snippet:-

    'Graham Crackers were invented in the USA to stop sexual urges and desires,because the inventor ,a Reverend Sylvester Graham,believed that eating meat and fat led to sexual excess !' I'll keep on scoffin' me bacon butties in that case then!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Shaw View Post
    Well thought out Tom,-Marie Antoinette-yes,"let them eat cake,!",of course .
    In the U.S.of A, what we would call Cream Crackers,they call 'em Graham Crackers.And,you know,being called Graham,I certainly am !Big ROFL (3).jpg

    On second thoughts I'm not sure now whether a Graham cracker is like a British cream cracker (like a Jacobs brand ,or a bit sweeter like a digestive biscuit),but I found this interesting snippet:-

    'Graham Crackers were invented in the USA to stop sexual urges and desires,because the inventor ,a Reverend Sylvester Graham,believed that eating meat and fat led to sexual excess !' I'll keep on scoffin' me bacon butties in that case then!
    Try some rabbit then Graham

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Shaw View Post


    m.v.SUMMITY (1) O.N.167243 blt.1939; there have been two successors of that name,Summity (2) of 1972 and Summity (3) of 2005-although that last one was a coastal tanker,the previous ones being coastal cargo ships
    Photo courtesy of Clydebuilt Ships site


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    NFOLINK-SUMMITY( 1 )


    PS What an unusual alliterative name you have,Colin Cake! I wonder if there's a Bertie Biscuit knocking around somewhere?
    Anyway,now I am hungry again...watch out cake tin and biscuit barrel-I'm on my way!

    Best Regards Colin

    Graham

    I get this when clicking on that Link Graham ?? Seems not safe! May have to remove it!
    Cheers



    Your connection isn't private

    Attackers might be trying to steal your information from Google (for example, passwords, messages or credit cards).
    [COLOR=var(--error-code-color)]NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID
    [/COLOR]
    Your connection isn't private

    Attackers might be trying to steal your information from Google (for example, passwords, messages or credit cards).
    [COLOR=var(--error-code-color)]NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID
    [/COLOR]


    Seems that the https is missing from the sites Web Address. Possibly may have to try and contact them if still around!
    Cheers
    Last edited by Doc Vernon; 11th September 2022 at 08:35 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Vernon View Post
    I get this when clicking on that Link Graham ?? Seems not safe! May have to remove it!
    Cheers



    Your connection isn't private

    Attackers might be trying to steal your information from Google (for example, passwords, messages or credit cards).
    [COLOR=var(--error-code-color)]NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID
    [/COLOR]
    Your connection isn't private

    Attackers might be trying to steal your information from Google (for example, passwords, messages or credit cards).
    [COLOR=var(--error-code-color)]NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID
    [/COLOR]


    Seems that the https is missing from the sites Web Address. Possibly may have to try and contact them if still around!
    Cheers
    Hi Vernon.Yes,the Scottishbuilt/Clydeships site has been like that for about 3 months now.After the warning shows I scroll down to Advanced and click it to connect.It then seems OK and I have accessed it as per normal.
    I think at one time the site was hacked and it is a remnant of that.
    My powerful Avast Premium Security has always allowed it,so I have never worried .
    Maybe when I get time(I'm currently moving home) I'll try to contact the site and see what the score is.
    Cheers!
    Graham

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    Thanks Graham
    I think all that needs to be done there is to add the https before the actual address, this then indicates it is a safe site. But yes that workaround does work, as i too have tried that.

    As long as whoever uses it and stays safe that the main issue!
    Cheers
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    Graham.
    Thanks, now I have stopped eating cream crackers.
    Des
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