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chewy

This one is abit slow so lets start simple

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Damn damn damn me too :shock: :rolleyes::D :D

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Why the heck didnt anyone tell me this before I shelled out on a new scope ?? Oh well Ebay here I come. :rolleyes:

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Not always true. I set up last night in clouds, and they went away by the time I wanted to be observing. If it had been raining, well, that's a horse of a different colour.

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Where I live WH if you can see Beeley Moor it's going to rain and if you can't see it it is raining. Top tip chewy!

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IAN

This scrumpy is a bit cloudy looking if it don't clear by New Years Eve I will have to pour it away

DOWN MY NECK!! :)

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Where I live WH if you can see Beeley Moor it's going to rain and if you can't see it it is raining

Heh heh heh :)

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