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Re: September Bootcamp - Pwy sy'n dod?

Postby RamblingJohn » Sun Sep 29, 2013 10:01 am

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Kim giving the last night in Tresaith the thumbs up.

Thanks mate for being such an inspiration, I should have spent more time in the pub meeting the local crew but i kept stopping to chat with other boot campers, popping onto the cliffs to see what wildlife was about and thinking i should be helping out in the kitchen ect, ect, so many choices all of them good.

Loved your story about the book, that last day in Cardigan with those learners "wow" if only i could pop over there once a week, but that of course is the same distance problem for most of us. Mwnt was such a gorgeous finalae i could have happily spent all afternoon there with a picnic lunch, anyway we saw a seal and red legged crows amongst other things. Happy days indeed.

Cheers J.P.
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Re: September Bootcamp - Pwy sy'n dod?

Postby ambleskram » Sun Sep 29, 2013 10:23 am

Lovely photos John. Did you see my pics of you on Facebook? Some very dashing ones!
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Re: September Bootcamp - Pwy sy'n dod?

Postby dinas » Sun Sep 29, 2013 11:36 am

ambleskram wrote:Lovely photos John. Did you see my pics of you on Facebook? Some very dashing ones!


I've tried several times to view them but it comes up unavailable on the Facebook site.
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Re: September Bootcamp - Pwy sy'n dod?

Postby RamblingJohn » Sun Sep 29, 2013 12:22 pm

Lots of subjects come up on a boot camp so i better illustrate a couple of them.

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The man with hands and feet like bananas, appears he still hasn't been cured.
seems the post won't accept two photo's in one post.

Cheers J.P.
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Re: September Bootcamp - Pwy sy'n dod?

Postby RamblingJohn » Sun Sep 29, 2013 12:29 pm

One more, penguins nest in the Atacama desert.
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I hope Cat likes this as she seemed to be interested in the Atacama desert.
(a woman with many interests and talents).

Cheers J.P.
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Re: September Bootcamp - Pwy sy'n dod?

Postby jashwntw » Sun Sep 29, 2013 4:00 pm

Es i nol gyda babi Rhys yn un darn hollol :ardderchog:
Rwy'n pooped iawn. Diolch i bob un ohonoch chi am amser gwych.

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Re: September Bootcamp - Pwy sy'n dod?

Postby ambleskram » Sun Sep 29, 2013 5:31 pm

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Re: September Bootcamp - Pwy sy'n dod?

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Re: September Bootcamp - Pwy sy'n dod?

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