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11 minutes ago, nepia said:

Good to have you back @geoff  I well remember your common sense approach ?; it's sorely needed!

Thank you mate, I haven't changed much, more is the pity some might say...?

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59 minutes ago, Mark Bolam said:

Alright Geoff!

You knew Al Lawrence didn’t you?

Tragic loss.

Yes Mark, we worked together a fair bit over the years, fond memories, but he never let me near his lunch box, it was massive and bursting at the seems.

My old dog had a good go a few times, Felixstowe was most put out at the affront!

As I say, fond memories.

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Hi!

 

I thought I would pop in and say hello and thank you to you all for providing this very informative forum! I'm an OLD (38) rookie just about to start training (I'm a lawyer and a photographer but want to do something more practical too) but have learned a huge amount from reading many of the posts here. 

 

Cheers,

 

Jamie

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Hi Steve is there a way I can change my tip sight from free tip sight to tip sight that pays? 
or do I have to delete my tip sight and start again? 
 

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Just now, Thomas A said:

Hi Steve is there a way I can change my tip sight from free tip sight to tip sight that pays? 
or do I have to delete my tip sight and start again? 
 

You'l have to start over i'm afraid Thomas.

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Just now, Steve Bullman said:

You'l have to start over i'm afraid Thomas.

That’s fine I will do that just though I’d check before I did 👍

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I was just passing through looking for some info. Then I found out a good friend is a member here too. So, I started posting, and you blokes have given me such a welcome, I think I might just stay and chat some. There may be a learning curve, I tend to have a strange accent. I'm getting a bit older and quit climbing about 4 years ago when I had both knees replaced. But I still collect chainsaws and axes, and like to ramble. Thanks for the welcome, Joe.

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