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    Happy New Year Guys n Gals from up over... Have a good one.
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    Happy New Year to you too. You live in a great place, Battle of Stamford Bridge, Whitby, (James Cook) Harrogate Model Engineering Exhibition etc. I could fill pages about the good things there, Barnes Wallis museum, the view down the valley at Knaresborough, Robbin Hoods Bay, The rebuild of the Mosquito, Clifford tower, Train museum. Must go to watch the Sydney fireworks, 10 minutes 19 seconds to go.
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    Ditto.

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    Happy New Year to you too and everyone else on the forum.

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    Happy new Year, once again we have to get used to getting the date right!

    Cheers,
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    Happy New Year and all the best for 2014 everybody!
    Cheers,
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    A bit late but Happy New Year to you too BaronJ and also to all members, mods and administrators and of course to Neil the owner as well.
    Looking forward to another great forum year with a great bunch of people.

    Phil

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    To everyone, all the Best for the New Year.

    I've been fortunate to have made and met a lot of good friends on this forum, I look forward to this continuing.

    Regards
    Bob.

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    I should also have said A HAPPY NEW YEAR to everyone on the forum, particularly to those that I met during the past 12 months. I hope you all get lots of "play" time.

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    A happy new year to all!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaronJ View Post
    Happy New Year Guys n Gals from up over... Have a good one.
    Baron J
    Thinking of you, as we were watching "Escape to the Country" here downunder, or over the top, on TV.
    Wonderful scenery in your part of the world !
    All the best for the New Year, & to all other Forum members.
    I am always checking on what other members have been working on & the knowledge on this Forum is very valuable.
    A wonderful bunch of enthusiastic people !
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    And a Happy and healthy New Year to all, from the Old F#rt in Koala Crt.

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    Happy New Year all.

    My resolutions are to actually finish some of the projects I have already started! and get the shed clean enough that I can fit more than two people in it lol ........ We'll see how that goes

    Stuart

    p.s...... I wonder, did I say the same thing last year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Abratool View Post
    Baron J
    Thinking of you, as we were watching "Escape to the Country" here downunder, or over the top, on TV.
    Wonderful scenery in your part of the world !
    You know Bruce, the biggest problem with "Escape to the Country" is that no one wants a house with a workshop or shed. It's all "at least 4 bedrooms, a large kitchen and with character (exposed beams)".
    No ambition!

    And a good new year to all.

    Michael

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    Happy New Year to all.. it's good to be involved with such a friendly, creative and talented group... I hope 2014 will be a good year for everyone!




    Ray

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