Crawling through France - August/Sept Blog

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    That Collective noun competition - WINNERS

    Almost forgot - I promised to name the winner on the blog. So many entries but in the end Lindilou took it with a "Meander" and JJ - came in right next to her in second place with "Siteload" HA HA HA
     
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    Only just picked up on this blog. Excellent. Thank you for putting in the time and effort:thumb:
     
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    Thanks Taran - don't have a telly on board so once the wine is finished in the evening the keyboard starts to beckon
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    Hi Ponyboy!

    I'll have a better look later as today lots of footy matches on the stadium I'm the warden, but have scrolled down to find out where i had stopped last time and found a subject about Laguiole knives!

    I'm going to send the link to JJ as he has started a collection of those so particular knives!:Wink:


    I hope I find some time in the afternoon to go on reading!



    Frankie:thumb:
     
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    Fantastic Frankie, We're near Marseille right now - such a shame in one way cos we'd love to meet you but hopefully early in 2014 on the way back from Maroc we should get a chance to pop in for a p'tit cafe
     
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    "footy matches" is a very australian expression Frankie !!!
     
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    Excellent blog, Ponyboy. Thank you for letting us know that it has been updated. We really enjoyed reading it and look forward to hearing about your further adventures.

    Regards
    Rob and Val
     
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    Frankie - how can i get a pic up of a laguiole knife up to taunt JJ with in under 200kb?
     
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    In order to taunt me it will have to be a bespoke one with a personal message engraved on it's blade from a Princess.:Wink:

    JJ :Cool:

     
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    A difficult assignment JJ - there was a bit of a clean out of the "Princess" class here in the late 1700's but I'm not one to fold at the first bit of pressure - unlike the masterfully engineered Laguioles.
    Still laughing at "site load" by the way
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    Anyone got a notion if france is at war - just been walking on the beach near the Camargue and got buzzed for at least an hour by waves of fighter jets
     
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