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Hennes this year

Post by beat » Sat Jul 29, 2017 9:23 pm

Hi minety,

do you have young hens this year ??
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Re: Hennes this year

Post by minetymenace » Sat Jul 29, 2017 11:59 pm

Hi Beat,

Long story, I am getting divorced and have moved to near Reading, soon to be ex-wife is not being very co-operative (good old British understatement), but the last letter my solicitor wrote was asking if I could have the hen-house....so you never know!! If you pass near Reading or Newbury on your travels, please pop in and see me.
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Re: Hennes this year

Post by beat » Mon Jul 31, 2017 10:05 pm

Hi minety,

sad story, really.
but I know it is for each of us the same : to find the " right " person for a lifetime is hundred times more difficult then to fit a electric starter on to a B50.

about next travel: we come from Roscoff to Plymouth and will keep in the West ( nice sandy beaches, warm waters etc. )
thanks much, but I hope to see you once again .

BTW, - there is still the question of : will you take the hen-house :?: <017

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Re: Hennes this year

Post by Ian Hingley » Tue Aug 01, 2017 9:28 pm

beat wrote:...to find the " right " person for a lifetime is hundred times more difficult then to fit a electric starter on to a B50.
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beat wrote:about next travel... warm waters...
warm waters? in the UK?? :laugh :laugh Keep taking the Pernod!

If you need any advice/assistance BesaBoy, Grouty, Bossy and I are not too far away!

Hope you and Hannalore have a great holiday.

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