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    Seasons Greetings to you all @ SMCF

    Seasons greeting to everyone

    #2
    Thank you Rebel but aren't you a wee bit early it's still November.
    Graham
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      #3
      Originally posted by Graham View Post
      Thank you Rebel but aren't you a wee bit early it's still November.
      I know... but lest I forget...lol

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        #4
        Did you have any particular season in mind?,while its true that old nature always plans two seasons ahead,if you mean winter then,Thankyou,I agree it has its own charm,but January and February can be daunting.
        In the meantime I hope you enjoy the run up to the years end.
        Also,keep an eye on the night sky,you can see more shooting stars now than at any other time and the winter constellations are fascinating and beautiful,with a lowpower pair of binoculars you can see such wonders.

        Ian
        Young men sow wild oats.Old men grow sage.

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          #5
          Thank you, I too hope the Winter season brings its own usual beauty. I am particularly looking forward to some snow and heavy frost. It is nice to walk in the countryside when it is all white. Even if it is not snowy, the fields look so stunning shrouded in mist and that milky white light.

          I am prepared this year, the bag of rock salt is in the shed and my YakTrax are clean and ready to wear!

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            #6
            you got me thinking Flo!

            Originally posted by Flo View Post
            Thank you, I too hope the Winter season brings its own usual beauty. I am particularly looking forward to some snow and heavy frost. It is nice to walk in the countryside when it is all white. Even if it is not snowy, the fields look so stunning shrouded in mist and that milky white light.

            I am prepared this year, the bag of rock salt is in the shed and my YakTrax are clean and ready to wear!
            The light from my den
            Spills from the window
            To fall upon
            The peaceful, virgin snow
            That dusts the holly hedge
            And creates an untrod blanket
            Upon the winter grass.
            It sparkles in the night
            Like laughter for my eyes,
            And tempts me
            To forego
            The good sense of adulthood
            In favor of childish glee.
            What wonder is this
            That I of an age
            And certain respectability
            Would feel the chortles
            Of school let out
            Just by gazing upon it?
            Perhaps that
            Is its intrinsic value,
            To lead me astray
            From everyday worries
            And reunite me with
            My carefree youth.


            I wonder where my carefree youth went? probably sloped off to the chippy.

            Thanks for reminding me Flo!
            Ian
            Young men sow wild oats.Old men grow sage.

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              #7
              Meets n stuff

              Hi everyone,
              In addition to your current meets for the future you are always welcome to muck in with ours, we have nothing for the rest of this year, so at the moment im getting our christmas board ready.

              We managed a new year meet in lincolnshire in 2008/9 15 units attended in tempratures of - 6 degrees... and we all lived another day.... what a great time we all had... ill find some pics if you want..lol
              Last edited by The Rebel Camper; 28-11-2010, 20:31.

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