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    That's a stunning set. Loving that.


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    Been waiting for these and wasn't disappointed! What a fantastic set!
    Thanks for sharing!
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    Thanks for all your kind comments :-)

    Mockingbird - I'm 50/50 with the idea of an all nighter on the tower. Is it possible to take a porter loo? because this girl don't squat LOL.

    Mikeymutt - Tide Times app comes in very useful.

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    Defiantly a cool spot, nice one.


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    What an interesting looking place
    Very well photographed

    And nice to meet you guys in Bristol :)
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    I love visiting this place, the view from the very top is awesome, forgot my binoculars last time though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malenis View Post

    Is it possible to take a porter loo? because this girl don't squat LOL.
    Lean over the edge?
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    Pics 'n' Ting


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    Your pictures have come out great, and it was lovely meeting you.
    And yes rubex, the burgers were great.
    You posting that lovely picture of us? 😂

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    Had my eye on this for a while but distance and oceans put me off so happy to see it up close via your great photos, thanks for sharing.
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