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    love a bit of thatch :)

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    Thank you all for the lovely comments and thank you oldscrote and ds for the further info.always interesting as always
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    Excellent as always, thanks for sharing Mikey!
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    the first photo may look like a fairy tale scene...like it so much..thanks for sharing

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