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Re: Stonehenge & Environs
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Its absolutely no problem, we all only communicate with postings here and there and I did not want my response to sound as haughty as it did. I was a little mischievous with my comments about Blick Mead for the same reason others have posted. No one seems to want to know me when I am camped up on Iron Hill South, the minute I mention Stonehenge I am supposed to stand behind the tape and clap when when they produce a shard of flint (There I've tipped over again already!). Anyway I like to keep reasonably up to date with Stonehenge if for no other reason, like it or not, it is the window to most of my friends and family to the hobby/interest that consumes so much of my time.

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5th November 2017ce

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