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Demon Barber

Galloway Autumn Star Camp 2017

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Rubbish weather for the last new moon and this one isn't looking promising. Out once this autumn up to now :mellow:

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wookie1965    1,330

I have not been out for at least 6 weeks September was awful never known it so bad and two weeks in October are no better rubbish weather just hope November brings frost and clear nights.

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