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    Here you go folks something to remind you of Autumn one to start with-masons-bronze2-400.jpg
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    I've not uploaded photos before Nic - How did you do it?
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    Don't know how but I did it. See if I can do it again. How about a cabbage this time
    Sorry folks - getting all excited.
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    Yipee - Think I have got the hang of it.
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    My God, Beryl, where are you growing your crops, Sellafield? They have legs and faces! Oh, it's just GM gone insane!
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    Yes Andrew , we grow all the weid and wonderful veggies in Gosport.
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    It's all that Muck & flooding you get on you plot Beryl

    I still have a look at your site and think if oly our site was as good as this one! I guess thats the benifit of having a council run site , Ours is private but safe (we hope) but we have to do everything ourselves.
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    Glad you enjoyed the web site Nick. We may be council-owned but it is still an uphill struggle even for basics like security locks, adequate water, grass cutting (once a year is just not enough). Slow process but we are making some impression. Don't think we will ever be satisfied. That's half the fun of it - so they say!!!!

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