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Thread: Pyestock January 2013

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    never get bored of pye luv the place

    wonderful shots great fisheye

    making it in and out without the gurkhas seeing u is truely a feat


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    Quote Originally Posted by TeeJF View Post
    One day I'll get there... mainly 'cos I like Sloe Gin.... (if you don't know what I'm on about ask someone!)...

    Great pics mate.
    No a clue mate... anyone care to enlighten me on this I'm intrigued now? drop me a PM if its not for public viewing lol

    Quote Originally Posted by prettyvacant71 View Post
    never get bored of pye luv the place

    wonderful shots great fisheye

    making it in and out without the gurkhas seeing u is truely a feat
    Thanks and we did pretty well considering the snow thanfully it was persistent and covered our track a little, deffo threw them off track a little but they were onto us

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