Tomorrow is another day/year


Befroe I get any futher into the contents of this rahter nice bootle red wine may I wsh you hall a good evning and a happy nue year'

Martin Peeee

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Sounds like you're there already! :-)

Happy New Year to you too, Martin, and to the rest of the newsgroup.


-- Peter A Forbes Prepair Ltd, Luton, UK

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My dear adorable wife, yes I have had one not enough, bought me a clever cork remover and you have to test it don't you :-))

Martin Peeee

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Three tests is usually sufficient for a new bottle opener ;-))

A quiet evening for me as I'm starting to move the Big Crossley tomorrow.

Happy New Year to all!



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Dan Howden


I'm viewing this evening with more trepidation than is my custom, because, quelle horreur, I must remain (well fairly) sober. I would not wish to be travelling over to Internal Fire tomorrow in bad shape, or over the limit. I hope to see some of our number there.

So when you lack your usual sparkle tomorrow, think of me, up with the lark, bright eyed, bushy tailed and not having forsworn the juice of the barley. :-)

Happy New Year!

Arthur G

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Arthur Griffin & Jeni Stanton

I'll be making the same trip and will try to bring back some pics of a bushy-tailed Arthur if I can stay awake.... regards Roland

quelle horreur, I must remain (well fairly)

shape, or over the limit. I hope to see some of

lark, bright eyed, bushy tailed and not having

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Roland and Celia Craven

Well, I'm not going anywhere as I had a couple of mornings this week playing with me Iron Charges - and even spending a little money on a few more bits! - The suggestion of a trek over to see Paul tomorrow on a very toe-in-the-water basis was met with a sharp indraw of breath, a lowered eye and a distinct odour of singed martyr.

Therefore, I shall spend the evening in the company of my lady wife and two female friends. Bacon is frying in the pan and a stack of crusty bread is buttered ready, sausage rolls sizzle in the oven, cheese dips of many kinds are having their lids popped off, wine of various colours is being uncorked and a merry clink of glasses fills the air in the kitchen beneath my feet. I know you will forgive me, gentlemen, if I go and join the banter of old friends that fancy each other but would never dream of doing anything about it and a cheerful wife who is sure of both friends and husband ;o))

I hope your passing year was as full of fun and joy as mine and that the coming twelve months will be full of Iron of all kinds. May all your surprises be good ones!

With my very kindest regards to you all - and say "Hi!" to Paul for me tomorrow - ,

Kim Siddorn - who has sunk a few already!

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Kim Siddorn

I'm going over to the Wychavon Club crankup/tractor road run tomorrow, so I too must remain compos mentis, or approximately so...... May I wish you all a very Happy New Year, and I look forward to meeting up with some of our number in 2005. Speaking for myself, 2004 was definitely a sub optimal year, and I am hoping that things are now going to improve :-))


Philip T-E

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