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Old Saturday 3rd February 2007, 17:53   #1
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The shame of it- dropped into Potteric Car yesterday at the end of my first full day in the field for I don't know how long- and realised I didn't even have a pen. So this done on the spot with a blue biro borrowed from the warden and dutifully returned afterwards.
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Old Saturday 3rd February 2007, 21:54   #2
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If you dropped in at PC I'm guessing you weren't in t'North by accident! See the diver? See the robin? Certainly saw the bittern and, warden assisted, made a typically understated and brilliant Keeble-sketch. Tremendous.
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If you dropped in at PC I'm guessing you weren't in t'North by accident! See the diver? See the robin? Certainly saw the bittern and, warden assisted, made a typically understated and brilliant Keeble-sketch. Tremendous.
I did happen to drop onto the diver, which was nice.
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Nice one Ed!

...may be slightly bias with regard to biro usage
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Nice one Ed!

...may be slightly bias with regard to biro usage
Ahhh, but Alan - here's a young man who forgets to take his light-sabre and magico-tablet, complete with 18 hour battery pack for his field sketching!(remember the first mobile phones?) What a piece of improvision - using a pen and paper!!!!! What really pees me off, though - is the fact that whatever media (mediums) Ed uses, the result is always consistently effing excellent!
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