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 Posted: Tue Apr 1st, 2014 09:10 pm
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Hi Doug - no , that isn't the case - I think my post was a bit flippant - I was just trying to say that seeing your work inspires me to do better !

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Relived to hear it, Marlin, and again thank you. Terry, when we last emailed about three weeks ago John Wiffen said he was making 'a significant' change to the site to include a new gallery with bigger pictures and perhaps more scratch builders stuff as the site will be 10 years old in 2015...doesn't time fly?

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So simple, yet so easily forgotten when in full flight... I have the results, soon to be subject to the stamp test! Inspirational as always Doug. Looking forward to trying to reach the bar...
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dooferdog wrote: Relived to hear it, Marlin, and again thank you. Terry, when we last emailed about three weeks ago John Wiffen said he was making 'a significant' change to the site to include a new gallery with bigger pictures and perhaps more scratch builders stuff as the site will be 10 years old in 2015...doesn't time fly?

Doug

Doug, we seem to have had another Terry (Marlin) infiltrate the club.  Before you know it, there will be hundreds of us!  I think the above was intended for me.  Thanks for the info, looking forward to the new site.

Terry

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It's the "Apocolypse Of The Terrys'..."

Sounds like one of those old zombie movies. Keep looking behind then, as you won't know if a Terry is watching... :mutley

Cheers, Gary.



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Gary wrote: It's the "Apocolypse Of The Terrys'..."

Sounds like one of those old zombie movies. Keep looking behind then, as you won't know if a Terry is watching... :mutley

Cheers, Gary.

Cue the music from Jaws....

Terry :twisted:

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