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apologies for being absent for some time, wont go into it here but really wanted to make the effort and share this

Not much to say, or want to say :)

Not sure how long she will be doable but really enjoyed it, so much so that Baron Jnr(s) wanted to see it after I had been so I had to take them :)

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GROUP SHOT :)

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Cheers

The Baron

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Great to see the next generation out and about :thumb

Agreed! My little brother caught me on here & was really interested & asking when he can come exploring lol was well proud he spent a good couple of hours looking at all the reports.

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Agreed! My little brother caught me on here & was really interested & asking when he can come exploring lol was well proud he spent a good couple of hours looking at all the reports.

Cool to see the next generation taking an interest, i just need to get my 3 year old a DSLR lol :D

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Cool to see the next generation taking an interest, i just need to get my 3 year old a DSLR lol :D

Definitely! Sad thing is my lil bro seems to know more about cameras than me...

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Definitely! Sad thing is my lil bro seems to know more about cameras than me...

Well, EVERYONE knows more about cameras than me hahahah :D:violin:

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