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    I am afraid I am in no click..luckily I have a few friends dotted all over the country who give me stuff.but to be fair I am forever out hunting .I do a ton of research too.if you see how many miles I have driven and how many roads I have drove down looking for stuff you would be shocked..and I have found more than my fair share of stuff.but I know what you are saying and where you are coming from.no offence taken ☺

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    Oh and jon I would gladly take you here ☺
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeymutt View Post
    I am afraid I am in no click..luckily I have a few friends dotted all over the country who give me stuff.but to be fair I am forever out hunting for stuff.I dont just sit on my bum waiting for stuff.I do a ton of research too.if you see how many miles I have driven and how many roads I have drove down looking for stuff you would be shocked..and I have found more than my fair share of stuff.but I know what you are saying and where you are coming from.no offence taken ☺
    When i said click i meant a certain ammount of people know about it and its probably best kept that way,the click part is where the friends of friends share info between themselves and for the part it is a click.Normally that info does not go outside that circle.
    Its not a bad thing at all - i am not having a go its just a observation.
    I am a firm believer that all good things come to those that wait.

    Lastly mikey i the post was not pointed at you - it was towards jon but he is a good egg and i am sure he knows what i mean.
    kindest regards

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    I know you were not..I believe in give and take..I think more people know this house than you would think..luckily it's not near anything.towns or even villages so remains left alone..it's amazing how quick something gets destroyed when it gets out to the masses.seen it myself lots ☺
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeymutt View Post
    I am afraid I am in no click..luckily I have a few friends dotted all over the country who give me stuff.but to be fair I am forever out hunting .I do a ton of research too.if you see how many miles I have driven and how many roads I have drove down looking for stuff you would be shocked..and I have found more than my fair share of stuff.but I know what you are saying and where you are coming from.no offence taken ☺
    I know where your coming from buddy, the amount of miles my self and Rod have done lately is mad, we agree to go to one location but find out selfs driving round hours later looking for more, We are heading West next weekend so hopefully find something new to share with you all :)

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    Amazing collection of toys!!Cracking shots..thank you.

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    Hahah I thought you were busting some Michael Jackson moves :laugh: this is one place I'll never forget. Thank you for taking me there, your photos from it are lovely :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rubex View Post
    Hahah I thought you were busting some Michael Jackson moves :laugh: this is one place I'll never forget. Thank you for taking me there, your photos from it are lovely :)
    Oh yeah you saw me doing my little jig ☺ It really was a special place and you are most welcome.i know how much you wanted to see it
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    I had to do a double take at photo number 7 cos to me it initially looked like there was a small child hiding under the TV!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by missypink View Post
    I had to do a double take at photo number 7 cos to me it initially looked like there was a small child hiding under the TV!!
    No missypink I did not see anyone hiding.unless there was secretly and I missed it ☺
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