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Old 08-12-2011, 09:34
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Eddies already got a Mankini
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We have a glass display shelf which holds tiny small Crystal ornaments. Hubby then decided to put some tatty egyptian vases in the van and I hate them. However he hates my crystal to its tit for tat for us Im afraid.
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Well mine has to be everything that has a seaside theme.... and Ive got loads now... fulls every sides and shelves in the caravan.. and I'm still buying more on ebay... hubby just keeps asking me where am I going to put that... but I will always fine a space ... I do all carboots looking for more.. and none of it is for home... just love my collection...
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Ok barry. Now we'd like to know how you know lol
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Ok barry. Now we'd like to know how you know lol
When you order anything from the site using the GOSTATIC 10% CODE you get a mankini in hi-viz safety colour, so I can wear it while working on the van Be seen-Be safe people!

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When you order anything from the site using the GOSTATIC 10% CODE you get a mankini in hi-viz safety colour, so I can wear it while working on the van Be seen-Be safe people!

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In that case eddie I shall be ordering something from barry pronto. It will go down very well in some of the drinking establishments in Towyn!
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Next door has noddy and big ears in the car, daffy duck and assorted small duckie things. It makes a great landmark when people come to the van for the first time



Me not so adventurous, we have a palm tree in the front part of the garden which is currently adorned with a large iron pheasant.. So what should I add to start my own collection do you think.

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I've got a couple of dragons (but following an incident with some unexpected very strong wind that left them both battered and under the 'van, they are safely kept inside now until a safe place can be found for them). When we eventually get a deck, I will no doubt adorn it in some way to make it 'ours' (our site allows such personalisation, as long as it doesn't interfere with grass cutting and it doesn't annoy anyone).

Inside there isn't much (yet!) - I bought a few things for the various small display shelves when we got the 'van (some small vases that match the colour-scheme, and an ornament that sits on the fireplace that is a duck standing on a cat standing on a dog standing on a sheep - wierd and I LOVE it!). I've also got a caravan and awning salt and pepper-pot set that Himself bought me when we were touring.
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When you order anything from the site using the GOSTATIC 10% CODE you get a mankini in hi-viz safety colour, so I can wear it while working on the van Be seen-Be safe people!

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do you get to pick colour???

Now is the time to get rid of your tacky ornaments ....make really good xmas presents
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Me not so adventurous, we have a palm tree in the front part of the garden which is currently adorned with a large iron pheasant.. So what should I add to start my own collection do you think.

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I don't quite know what to say to that val. But while we are on the subject of game birds,I've had a few of those in my time.I've fond memories of one girl it particular. She was a pleasa...pheasant plucker by trade!
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