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Easter visit to St Francis level
Posted: 12/04/2019 22:08:27
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AR wrote:

Pete Monkhouse wrote:

I'm very tempted. A canary and a candle would be quite cool to take down a mine. Bit I still think calibrating both against an oxygen meter is a cunning plan.....


I've taken a candle and a Jack Russell terrier down a mine, as Simon will recall....



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Looks like a serious attempt to consume all available oxygen.

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