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 Posted: Fri Oct 12th, 2012 02:40 pm
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Week 58 here.

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 Posted: Sat Oct 13th, 2012 09:16 pm
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1hr 23mins 20secs... Nice dogs !



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1hr 39 mins.i used to have a st.bernard years ago.great for chatting the girls up in the pub.:mutley



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1h 37.

 

Robert, I hope those gifts were railway subjects! ;-)



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spurno wrote: 1hr 39 mins.i used to have a st.bernard years ago.great for chatting the girls up in the pub.:mutley

It's no good your dog getting the date Alan .................:shock::shock::shock::shock:

The only "train" I could find is what Kaiser (?) was doing to those lovely dogs ........................:roll:



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Couldn't find the blue this week !!



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spurno wrote: 1hr 39 mins.i used to have a st.bernard years ago.great for chatting the girls up in the pub.:mutley

...So is that when your St Bernard locked you out in the kennel, whilst he was inside with the girls...? :lol:



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hi Peter and Gary.
just my luck.the dog always used to get the attention.:cry:



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I know the feeling Alan - I had a pet pig !!!! :lol::lol::lol:



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