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 Posted: Fri Nov 2nd, 2012 05:36 pm
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Week 61 then.

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 Posted: Sat Nov 3rd, 2012 07:37 am
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55mins 41secs... A long way to go to compete with Trainfish !!



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1hr 44 mins for me.way behind.



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I seem to have slowed down a bit. I blame the Chilean shiraz


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If you have slowed down trainfish, I'd better go get me some of that Chilean Shiraz to see if I can speed up...!

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I found that one tough but I'm not going to admit how long it took...........:cry: 

I don't know if it was something I did or Bob did but quite a number of the pieces were either turned round or inverted.  Also, too many "tones" and not enough "colours".

Maybe it's my age or maybe because the blood isn't running freely enough in the cold north east of England ...................



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It does make it tougher if the pieces are turned but as I and probably others didn't have pieces turned around I think you must have done it yourself Peter. Maybe inadvertently right-clicked a few did we?

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hi Bob,any chance we can have a puzzle of a steam engine sometime.they all seem to be diesels.



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Trainfish wrote: It does make it tougher if the pieces are turned but as I and probably others didn't have pieces turned around I think you must have done it yourself Peter. Maybe inadvertently right-clicked a few did we?


Who ?  Me ?

I'd never do such a thing .........................:roll::roll:



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