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    Nice photos and I like the new name!


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    Quote Originally Posted by DirtyJigsaw View Post
    Nice photos and I like the new name!
    Thanks, I like the quirkiness of it. :)

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    good to see this place again, looks exactly the same as in condition wise! :) good shots yet again
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    Good work there :)
    I too have been burdened with Mr Tumble :D
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