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    Good shots WL
    and the company was excellent
    Even if I do say so :p


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    Quote Originally Posted by birdinanaviary View Post
    Good shots WL
    and the company was excellent
    Even if I do say so :p

    get a room

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    here are mine soon as we are tagging on the end...

















    the rest from this years earlier explore plus new ones can be found on Flickr codenamed "your mums house"

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrtoby View Post
    get a room
    Was just pointing out that I am good company

    I AM

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    Nice set Mr T - Love the Beardy shot lol!

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    Great pics from all three of you. That room with the tv in looks a right mess now, such a shame :(
    He who binds to himself a joy. Does the winged life destroy.
    But he who kisses the joy as it flies. Lives in eternity's sunrise.

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    Haven't bothered to visit as the owners family reside over the road. For reasons best known to them they have decided not to repair, live there or sell the place. I used to visit a friend in Wales and often drove past, the squatter won't last long as the owners are lurking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdinanaviary View Post
    and someone is also feeding cats here..... the outhouse must have nigh on 50-60 empty catfood tin wrappers in it ...... (odd)

    I have the oddest photo to support this.........



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    all lovely pictures by you all!
    so random how i was there the day after you guys. would have been so cool if we had bumped into each other.
    still yet to edit mine.
    so slow!

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    Great set of pics. Sites always fascinate me the most when it looks like the human inhabitants have just up and left. For example the bottles of Johnsons and Vaseline, and all the clothing and furniture thats still left. Very suprised that Aga ooker hasn't been lifted too!

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