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    Default Wellington House Feb 2015


    Another funny day out with Big C.

    No history sorry, but a truly beautiful building.























    [url=https://flic.kr/p/rn2a4L]/url]










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    Cheers for the boots Darlin'

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    My beautiful little wife is currently expecting twins :D

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    Ohhhh, very nice again. Like this. Seems you have been busy mate

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    Like this. Great set of pics.
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    And I thought my house had learey paint!
    Brilliant report,l thanks for sharing. :)
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    Crazy colour scheme!Great vid and images.

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    That Kitchen! :O

    Good report though!

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    Nice pictures. Love the orange kitchen...not. Lol.
    What have I become, my sweetest friend? Everyone I know, goes away in the end.

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    I have to agree with the previous comments, that is one hell of a colour scheme, great pics and video, Thanks
    Last edited by smiler; 27th Feb 15 at 11:03.
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