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Topic: Another new member.
Big Bird

Forum: New recruits!   Posted: 20/04/2015 17:35:24   Subject: Another new member.
Grow a beard... OK. I tend to sport a bit of stubble to varying degrees anyhow (much to the Good Lady's disgust) so how many millimetres of growth counts as a beard??

PGG sounds good - as M
Topic: Another new member.
Big Bird

Forum: New recruits!   Posted: 19/04/2015 22:33:36   Subject: Another new member.
Hi all, just checking in as a new recruit.
I have always had an interest in old mine workings, probably caused by my exposure to a good variety of them when young.

I grew up in the Tei
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