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About geoff

  • Birthday 06/26/1943

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    nottingham uk
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    model ships! bonsai,gardening,Bill Bryson books,cycling,volunteer @ local community centre,camping,kite flying phew!

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  1. geoff

    Introduction and question

    Welcome to MSW "Arctic37" Whichever kit you choose ,have fun,! all the best, Geoff
  2. geoff

    Hello from therealangrysailor

    Welcome to MSW. "theangrysailor". Do you have a shorter name!? All the best, Geoff
  3. Sorry John I have to agree with the previous suggestions. Welcome to MSW nevertheless! All the best, Geoff
  4. geoff

    Hello from Spain

    Welcome to MSW Victor. All the best, Geoff
  5. Welcome to MSW "Mysticfr". All the best, Geoff
  6. geoff

    Hello from Tasmania

    Welcome to MSW Geoff. All the best from another Geoff!
  7. Welcome to MSW John. All the best, Geoff
  8. geoff

    Hello from Ontario

    Welcome to MSW Mark. All the best, Geoff
  9. geoff

    Hello from Darwin Australia

    Welcome to MSW Richmond. All the best, Geoff
  10. geoff

    Hello from Scotland

    Welcome to MSW Trig. All the best ,Geoff
  11. Welcome to MSW David. All the best, Geoff
  12. geoff

    Another Newbie

    Welcome to MSW "RTIBBS" All the best with your choice of kit. For me it would be the Lady Nelson, a lovely little model to start with! All the best,Geoff
  13. geoff

    Hello from New Jersey

    Welcome to MSW Skip. All the best, Geoff
  14. geoff

    Newbie on a Mission

    A (very)! warm welcome to MSW Cal . All the best, Geoff
  15. geoff

    Hello from Illinois

    Welcome to MSW Rob. All the best, Geoff

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