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  • Birthday 03/14/1958

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    Cookham, Berkshire,UK

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  1. Ha thanks Keith, but definitely not moggies Druxey,according to Keith's definition Thanks all for the likes and comments, I just wish it was a bit warmer in the garage so I could get more done, I have also decided I will make a companion rather than a grating on the quarterdeck after seeing the pictures of the Bristol on Chris wattons vanguard models log. I think it will be more appropriate, what do you think??
  2. He likes to write with the chalk pen as well while the boss is sewing
  3. Keith and Amelia, one for you @Keith Black What a pair of beauties
  4. Managed to get a couple of hours in over the week, even though extremely cold, yesterday a bit milder Added the top moulding and the pillars between the windows Not looking quite as straight in the pictures as to my eyes I broke the top window frame while putting in the pillars as can be seen above, bummer!!
  5. I have a vacuum under the table with the Hose fastened to the front like this (as in dental laboratories) for small sanding, drilled hole through the frame and a cable tie does the job
  6. https://www.msn.com/en-gb/news/world/wreckage-of-key-wwi-german-battleship-sunk-by-royal-navy-in-1914-discovered-off-falkland-islands/ar-BBXNiNl?OCID=ems.display.welcomeexperience
  7. Thanks Jan, unfortunately reports will get much slower now due to the weather Regards Paul
  8. Ha yes he does all the time, he's taken to lying on the ironing board as well hanging over the edges!!!!!

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