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    j.sabourn

    British Tramps

    Think I recommended this book once before and is entitled British Tramps by I.G.Stewart .
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    j.sabourn Today, 08:29 AM Go to last post
    John Pruden

    Re: My wife

    sad news for you mike but it would have taken its toll on you the carers in the homes are brilliant my barb worked in one for years and i used to take

    John Pruden Today, 07:21 AM Go to last post
    Victoria Moss

    Re: My wife

    Hello Mike. My husband has just had the same diagnosis recently.
    My boys and I had noticed changes for a few years now but my husband was in denial

    Victoria Moss Today, 06:39 AM Go to last post
    Victoria Moss

    Re: Proud to be British

    I was lucky to find my husband wasn't much of a meat so that suited me fine. Travelling thru the states I only ate solid food once every 3 days as I couldn't

    Victoria Moss Today, 06:19 AM Go to last post
    Doc Vernon

    Re: Impressions

    Yes indeed a big change in People and Policies here in Aussie, since we arrived, also just classing us as sort of New Comers! Arrived in March of 1980

    Doc Vernon Today, 06:08 AM Go to last post
    Victoria Moss

    Re: Impressions

    #7 That's called the thin edge of the wedge I believe.
    They say "pollies" will always oil a squeaky wheel and those groups know just

    Victoria Moss Today, 05:56 AM Go to last post
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    j.sabourn

    British Tramps

    Thread Starter: j.sabourn

    Think I recommended this book once before and is entitled British Tramps by I.G.Stewart .
    The book is dedicated to the masters ,officers,and crews

    Last Post By: j.sabourn Today, 08:29 AM Go to last post
    John Arton

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    Thread Starter: John Arton

    Read this post, bit dismissive of merchant seamen's navigation, try taking a vlcc into port or backing down for over a mile to reach Gillingham wharf

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    Keith at Tregenna

    20 lashes.

    Thread Starter: Keith at Tregenna

    20 lashes.

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    Mike Hall

    My wife

    Thread Starter: Mike Hall

    This is hard,how do I put it in words.
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    Janet Aien

    Ben Line Donkeyman

    Thread Starter: Janet Aien

    Hi I'm collecting some info on my father's Ben Line days for my son,
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    j.sabourn

    Impressions

    Thread Starter: j.sabourn

    As it often arises in posts about the make up of some countries , and as some take note of changes in the society in which they live.. as a fairly new

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