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Old 25-03-20, 12:04 AM
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Greetings Phil.

In the Avian world, my favourites are Long tailed Tits.

Fantastic birds.

Carry on enjoying Mother Nature, which continues to thrive in spite of the shit the supposed superior race of the Animal Kingdom has created and is currently feeling the effects of.

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Thank you for the name suggestions. The missus wasn't so keen. Women can be so hard to please.
Long tailed tits are up there with the nuthatch
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Many thanks for that info. very interesting I was not aware that a regimental number could be reissued I always thought them to be unique.As they say your day is not wasted if you learn something new.
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Working from home from today but managing our research team’s effort to make a COVID-19 vaccine hasn’t allowed too much non-COVID time with calls with international partners to occupy most nights and early mornings. Still some time to work on compiling a Nominal Roll for King Edward’s Horse and 2nd King Edward’s Horse with a good few King’s Colonials to spice it up.

Stay safe all, cheers Dean.
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Working from home from today but managing our research team’s effort to make a COVID-19 vaccine hasn’t allowed too much non-COVID time with calls with international partners to occupy most nights and early mornings. Still some time to work on compiling a Nominal Roll for King Edward’s Horse and 2nd King Edward’s Horse with a good few King’s Colonials to spice it up.

Stay safe all, cheers Dean.
Huge thank you to you and your team Dean. Keep up the great work and good luck.

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Hey Dean

It cant all be about work, theres gota be some time for badges and that new rug rat of yours

Im enjoying yet another 7 day weekend, except its at home playing with the badges. !

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Thanks chaps and if Neil Armstrong had been a badge collector he would have taken K&K to read on the flight, there is always time, cheers Dean
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Stay safe all, cheers Dean.
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Stay safe all, cheers Dean.
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Don't know how I missed your post; I wish you success in your mission and hope all those involved in the effort remain safe.

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Thanks Brian,

Clinical trials by July and cannot come soon enough. Several experimental vaccines already in the clinic so fingers crossed. About 30 vaccines in development now and at least 80 drug repurposing trials for those already infected. Saw the opening of the Nightingale hospital - huge global mobilisation of healthcare and we need it. Stay home and stay safe be a while before I can fly over and you kindly take me to a badge fair, haven’t forgotten that day, all the best, Dean.
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As construction has been shutdown over here I expect unemployment will follow shortly. I am working on getting all the bits and pieces of gas fired equipment running. So far one car, three generators, two blowers and one trimmer all now at least running. Moved on to building a push mower out of two dead ones.

And a bit of research on some medals that have been sitting for some time.

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Greetings again Dean.

I'm sure the majority of people on the Planet are hoping your trials will be successful.

Next time you're over here, You'll be more than welcome to have a seat in the car and visit a fair.

Best wishes and regards.

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I really forward to that thanks Brian and a beer to follow with my Forum Pals - stay safe, cheers Dean
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a huge thank you for what you and your team are doing Dean
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