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    Greetings from wet St Austell

    Hello everyone, My name is Del, My wife and I have been tryin to get involved in camping, bushcraft etc for last few years but its kinda hard with 3 young boys and not knowing about many resources, So I was delighted when I stumbled upon this site and community. Hoping I can meet new people, learn new skills and pass the love of the outdoors to my boys. Thanks

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    Hello Del & family and welcome,

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    Hiya mate! A few of us are having a little gathering this Sat night for my birthday at Woodland Valley Farm, Ladock. Your welcome to pop along if ya like!

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    Hi Dell and from Shropshire, Ken.
    Ne te confundant illigitimi It is always a pleasure to see what you can make !, instead of buying it ready made. R Proenneke.

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    Delburn.
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    Dia dhuit, Del, agus fáilte go dtí an bpobal bushcraft.
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    Welcome to the community Del.

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    Hello Del, welcome to the forum.

    I'm another one here in Cornwall, just a bit further down in Camborne.

    Enjoy your stay, its a great forum.

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    Hi Del (and family). Welcome to NB. Hope you have fun here.
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    Hi Del,welcome to the forum,There are quite a few forum members in Cornwall!!N there is n Cornish RV,coming up soon.which would be an ideal place to meet n learn a little.Best wishes.M
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