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Dustydazzler

Regular EF Member
so , the 4 day weekend is upon us and the weather looks mighty fine , what you up to ?

I’m off to a couple car boot sales , one as a buyer then one as a seller
 

Pete999

Forum Mentor
so , the 4 day weekend is upon us and the weather looks mighty fine , what you up to ?

I’m off to a couple car boot sales , one as a buyer then one as a seller
May go to my local one on Sat looking for tools to repair, sad man that I am
 

SparkyChick

Making a banana smoothy for my fave gorilla
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Paperwork :( Gaming :) Geeking out doing some game development :) Trying to get a boat ready to sell :mad:
 

buzzlightyear

please let me back in to the prison cell.
Electrician's Arms
Me , sat on a cruise ship sipping a gin , o waiter could i have another one of these again.
now where was i .LoL.
 
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SparkySy

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Changing over vans, my LT35 is very poorly so I have got hold of a vauxhall vivario to keep me going while I fix the LT. Unfortunately it needs the strong boxes swapped over which are bolted through the floor. And a shed load of racking to build! Fun fun fun in the sun!!

Hope everyone has a good one whatever your up to, happy easter break!!
 

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