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Nice report mate..

and yeah imnot one for permission but i did contact himabout a year and a half ago for a visit ,jut never got round to it

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Wow fantastic well done you, I bet you felt fantastic once you had done it, I know I have been scared on explores on a few occasions, but it's worth it. Lovely pics. :)

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Wow fantastic well done you, I bet you felt fantastic once you had done it, I know I have been scared on explores on a few occasions, but it's worth it. Lovely pics. :)

I was really scared, and im glad i done it but never again! Thanks Suzy x

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Thankyou, I've been dragged through stuff over fences and nearly fell and crawled through god knows what and been terrified, but thumbs up to you don't think I could of done it, we get in these situations lol and then after realise. Last time I went on a sub was way back when I was 17 at the chatham open navy day and we got helped up and down the stairs by navy officers on board, made my day lol. :)

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