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Parahandy

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  1. I have known several People replace the Diesel Bubbles with Squirrels but the Multi Fuel Models are a competent enough Stove but youre right it does look very thin
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  3. If you look carefully you can see the outline of the chimney on the fallen plate
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  5. http://www.bubbleproducts.co.uk/info-(corner-multi-fuel).html
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  7. Sadly all those resourceful chaps are virtually extinct nowadays . I was only saying this to a Mate in the Pub last Friday . At one time you could walk into any English Pub and you could virtually buy anything , Milton Keynes was famed for Building Materials on account of it being at one time Europes biggest Building Site . The mate Joe who was raised on the Fen tells me in Boston Pubs you could buy anything from a Digger to a Sack of Potatoes , Red Diesel was so plentiful and cheap it had no value . Whats gone wrong ?
  8. Thanks for that , an incredible 50 years ago and as Alan said earlier , clearly there has been a lot of Money spent on bringing her up to her present condition
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  10. If you click on the link and go to the top of page they apparently have a local hostelry owned by the Brewery , Lowestoft itself is very dark and dingy though this Pub certainly improves things
  11. http://www.green-jack.com/tastingnotes.html I would love a go at that Baltic Trader , the trouble is that these strong ales can sometimes be easy to drink . Imagine waking up the morning after penniless in Lowestoft , Helmand Province would be more appealing
  12. Make no mistake Rusty If the BBC offer me Jeremy Vines Wages then I will be off 😀 Seriously though every time I turn on a Television its wall to wall Cookery Shows , they are simply everywhere . Why dont the BBC redress the Balance we could even recruit some New Talent for the Job , imagine for a minute our good friends Arthur Marshall and Graham Davis careering round English Lanes in an old Jaguar visiting Englands Breweries , who wouldn't watch that ? 😀 Arthur could knock out a few tunes on the Washboard whilst Graham did the Driving with his usual bonhomie
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