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Old 05-10-09   #1 (permalink)
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Spent my lunch break watching this stag. Hre was being led a right merry dance by the girlies.....fantastic to watch and at times very funny. Also felt blessed knowing that this is my 'office'...climbing trees in such a great environment........who'd of thought this is London!!
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Great pics there sean
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Wow, i'm blown away mate, you are very very lucky. As you say, our offices are amazing arent they.?
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Nice pictures there! The head would look great on my wall..
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Nice pictures there! The head would look great on my wall..
Everyone to his own but I think it looks better on the stag
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Just imagine how many steaks you could get out of him!!!


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Quality photos.

There more shy in my office.
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Bigger Stags than that in Cornwall, Tommer.
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