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Old 22 April 2008, 08:14   #21
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Ive been on at the council to sort out the pot holes at the end of our road for a while now
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You are meant to leave the landie on the beach and take the boat on the water, not the other way around!!

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At least the Landy can cope with taking to the water, unlike your nice stainless prop taking to land LOL

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You are meant to leave the landie on the beach and take the boat on the water, not the other way around!!

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Old 12 June 2008, 17:40   #26
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im staying out of that one, unlike the water haha
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not one to steal a thread but this was on near Corwen in north wales

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