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Trailtrekker
2014-01-23 13:04:47
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Tara
Again, well done Jackill to you all for your tremendous efforts. As the condemned man I don't want a firing squad though, I request that I am ritually sacrificed by Black Cre on the hill at the spring equinox, cremated and entombed in the mound of the hostages!

Just on a point of order Black Cre, (completely pedantic I admit) the image in my last post was not the one that I used in the stationery, but if you expand that picture you will see within it that it give's some background to the naming of the hill that I think you will find interesting
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GSheehy an hour ago.
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mlmoroneybb 3 hours ago.
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mlmoroneybb 4 hours ago.
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conrad1179 11 hours ago.
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BleckCra 16 hours ago.
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Barry 3 days ago.
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simon3 a day ago.
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Barry 3 days ago.
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David-Guenot 3 days ago.
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simon3 3 days ago.
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