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PostPosted: Fri Jan 25, 2008 8:50 pm 
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And don't they taste better Pollyanna. Our friends in France have three or four hens that wander around their land form dawn until dusk. Their eggs are really something else and often double yolkers.

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2008 12:51 am 
Oh dear!!!! "Tour Guide"

I hadn't noticed that before tonight and may I say that it is Burns Night. I have a good excuse for my fondness for a wee dram!!!

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I only did it last night Pollyanna, I can remove it if you like.

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No that's Ok Mel. What a laugh.


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Where does it say tour guide?

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I've been fiddling Gloria, checking the user level of these new titles etc. For a while they disappeared but they are all back now.

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Mum has remembered the name of this farmer - it was Jobling!

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There were Joblings that lived at Jackwell House

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It was a Colonel Jobling who opened the Slaters homes too.

Ada worked at this farm (whichever it was)...not worked as in worked the land but did the cleaning for the farmer.

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