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Old 23-06-24, 03:13 PM
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Hi RY...Don't forget Purbrook this coming Sunday Is it my turn for the tea's or yours???????
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Old 23-06-24, 11:20 PM
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Hi Billy, great to hear from you!

The response including yours, to my apology post has been very positive thanks and most encouraging. I have remade some forum friends and I look forward positively to future participation having settled back in somewhat now.

I remember that little bugle badge very well and came across an image of it recently while going through my badge archives.

I opted to change my avatar only as a freshen up and to use something else RB related that I'm fond of for a while, I may make a habit of refreshing it now and then actually.

Below are reminders of the two badges you mentioned, Nice to know you still have it Billy it is an attractive badge.

Kind regards

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Old 23-06-24, 11:23 PM
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Hi RY...Don't forget Purbrook this coming Sunday Is it my turn for the tea's or yours???????
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High Jerry, hope all is good with you.

Yes Mate it is pencilled in for next Sunday, very nice of you to offer to buy the teas

See you there mate.

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Welcome back, I am looking forward to your contributions.

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Thank you John.

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