French Wine

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  1. lufcdave7

    lufcdave7

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    Reading a recent article in a lifestyle magazine, it reported that the French 2009 wine harvest was the best they have had in many decades. Wines of great quality and at value for money prices will be plentiful.
    Looks like the thread on maintaining our rear axles was a worthy one! ::bigsmile:
     
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    You maintain your rear axle with fine French wine ?
     
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    I shall endeavour to ensure there is no glut on the market
     
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    Mountain Man, of course he does ...surely you've heard of van ordinaire?
     
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    Thanks for the alert ::bigsmile:
    We always bring back wine boxes - saves the poor old axle - a bit anyway - and eliminates breakages too :thumb:
     
  7. derekfaeberwick

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    AHHHH1 remember the butter mountains and the wine lakes?

    That's why I became an international lorry driver.

    P.S. got any co-ordinates for these lakes?:winky:
     

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