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    Cheers Ian
    hope all is well with you
    as I said earlier will miss the good company
    All the Best
    Mike

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    Samuel Hearne
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    Yesterday I got my Bergan out and packed my sleeping bag, hammock, tarp and a couple of other bits into it, I made sure I packed the Brandy in the top pocket so I don't forget it, so I have started to get ready for the up coming meet.
    If anyone going needs anything let me know and I will see if I can help, I will have a few spare rabbit snares as always.

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    Hi Mark,
    Sorry for the slow delay in a reply we have been flat out at work and not sure if i would be able to attend.
    I can make it for Saturday afternoon if that's ok?
    Can you confirm if it is self catering all weekend or are you cooking Saturday night, Sunday morning?
    Cheers
    Simon

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    No probs Simon. Yes it is self catering all weekend. I'm on call all weekend. I don't want to leave some one else with al the cooking. Pm me your mobile mad ill text you the gate code.
    A wise man once said.

    ATB. Don't get eaten by the Bears.

    Tony1948

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    Have a good weekend guys, I'll raise a glass

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    I've got the boys this weekend, and they demanded lay'ins lol sorry fellas. Have a crack
    Paul

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    Lads, I found some scope covers that had bee left behind Lat time. Has anyone lost a set?

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    Samuel Hearne
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    Markeff they might be mine but I cant be sure as I have not checked yet.

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    Ian If they are yours I'll send them to you, pm me your address when you know?
    Mark

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    Samuel Hearne
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    Mark as soon as I can get to my air rifles I will check them as they are in the gun safe.

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